TRIP made it to the Manchester Evening News last Friday (13th). For an on-line version of the report see here.
If you read about TRIP in the paper, just to clarify: to attend the conference you will need to register and pay the fee. However, for walks in the afternoon and the exhibition itself, everyone is welcome. The only thing you need to do is get a visitor badge from the reception desk of the John Dalton building (Oxford Road, opposite the BBC). If you want to go on one of the walks there will be a board with sign-up sheets. For full details of the events see the programme here. (Please note the reception at URBIS is for named delegates and guests only).
UPDATE 18/6/08 – TRIP is in today’s NW Metro newspaper. Online version here
The MEN article did not mention the public and free events organised by the LRM as part of their ‘Get Lost’ festival – more details can be found here or click the LRM/GET LOST tab above.
The image above is by Jane Samuels entitled, “3.15pm, School House. Torches off. Cold, bright, quiet.” Jane’s exhibition, The Abandoned Buildings Project, is currently on at the Greenroom