Freda in Ridelow As names go, Freda Sui Generis is one of the more unusual ones to feature on I Work in Town.
That’s the name one staff member in Ridelow, the cycling shop on High Street, gives the MEN on agreeing to take part in this. She explains this is her moniker, but most people call her Freda now.
She’s warm, friendly, and genuinely engaging to talk to. She also loves cycling.
So, what makes Freda tick?
Where’s your favourite hidden gem?
I’m going to be biassed and say here! We’ve got so much going on in one building and there’s a different atmosphere every day.
What’s your favourite view of the city or in the city? I used to smoke cigarettes and we have a really nice fire escape, so standing on the side you can see the hustle and bustle of everything.In the opposite direction, the car park, you can see this whole street. Where’s best to go for your dinner in town? Kabana, round the back. It’s reasonably priced and I’m Pakistani, so it serves my home cuisine. Where would you take someone to show them the real Manchester? Northern Quarter for drinks, food I would take them to Corn Exchange and things to do I would probably go to Matt and Phred’s or to Dive, and Twenty Twenty Two where they have the old school benches and ping pong. What’s your favourite Mancunian neighbourhood? I’m going to say here. I’ll stay true to NQ. What are […]
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