Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford lived with his mother and siblings in the Manchester suburbs of Withington and Fallowfield before the family moved to a home on Button Lane on the Northern Moor estate in Wythenshawe when he was 9 years old.
He attended Button Lane Primary School and later, Ashton on Mersey School, a specialist sports college in Sale with links to Manchester United Football Club.
As a young boy, Rashford played for Fletcher Rangers FC in nearby Didsbury and joined the Manchester United academy system at the age of seven.
Manchester United’s Aon Training Complex at Carrington, Manchester, is a secure facility and access is restricted to players, staff and authorised visitors only. Training sessions cannot be viewed by the general public.
Birch Road leading to the complex is a private road, but fans wanting to catch a glimpse of Manchester United’s players arriving in their cars for training stand at the entrance or near the barrier where Isherwood Road turns into Birch Road. Sometimes players will stop for photographs and autographs, but to discourage profiteering, signs make it clear that merchandise will not be signed.
Some players arrive through the second entrance off Sinderland Lane, but the club has prohibited any stopping there to avoid road safety issues.
The two white towers on Uppingham Road in Corby, Northamptonshire are the Beanfield Water Towers which are used as potable water storage tanks by Anglian Water.
The smaller tower, Beanfield No 1, was constructed in the 1960s and holds 1.14 million litres of water. The bigger tower, Beanfield No 2, was added in the 1970s and has a capacity of 3.41 million litres.
Dogs are permitted on all beaches in Brighton between 1st October and 30th April. They must be under control at all times and any fouling must be picked up immediately.
At all other times, there are restrictions in place and dogs can only go on Brighton’s designated dog-friendly beaches which are usually indicated with signs.
When you take your dog onto the beach they
Dogs must be on a lead at all times while on the promenade.
The Angel of the North sculpture is situated on a hill overlooking the A1 road at Low Eighton, near Gateshead, Tyne and Wear.
The 20 metre (or 66 feet) tall steel sculpture of an angel, designed by Anthony Gormley, was completed in 1998.