A WALK round the Cathedral, Exchange Square and the National Football Museum will this week leave you smelling of roses.
And maybe begonias.
The most aromatic festival of recent history has arrived: Dig the City will be in Manchester from 24-29 July.
This blooming good event will feature over 10 different areas, including a huge flower festival at Manchester Cathedral and activity within Manchester Arndale, the newly rebranded Corn Exchange and the new National Football Museum.
The public areas, including Exchange Square, Cathedral Gardens and the recently pedestrianised Victoria Street, will be transformed into a city centre garden.
The majority of it is free to see and take part.
Flower power is back in the city. Clearly as bon viveurs and lovers of beauty at Confidential, we'll be down there every day.
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