Maaaaawnin’! Up bright an early to kick Saturday in the face! Come visit us @trillavintage #Manchester #afflecks store an buy yourself some heat for your Saturday night or go online www.trillavintage.bigcartel.com 😁✌️💯
Ed signing my book on Tuesday and holding the gifts that I made for him (a CD of me singing, a letter about how much he means to me and a case for him to put his plectrums in! He was so happy and smiley😁😍🙌😭😚
You cry out in your sleep All my failings exposed And there’s a taste in my mouth As desperation takes hold Just that something so good Just can’t function no more But love, love will tear us apart again
An international competition-winning design for the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice in the North West of England, the biggest court complex to be built in the UK since the Royal Courts of Justice in the 19th century.
The building provides accommodation of around 34,000 sqm on 15 levels. It houses 47 courtrooms, 75 consultation rooms, in addition to office and support space.
From the exterior, it signals and literally displays the accessibility of the courts. This building is part of the city, and the city part of the building.
Architect:Denton Corker Marshall Location: Manchester, England Project Instigator: Her Majesty’s Court Service Tenant: Ministry of Justice (North West)