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RIP Nana

We are heartbroken to learn that Madame Aries or Nana as most of you will have known her has sadly passed away. Nana was without doubt a legend of the Manchester scene and we have all been touched by Nana's unique brand of fun and occasionally that sharp tongue.

I'm sure all of you will join us at the Canal Street team in sending best wishes to those closest to Colin at this very sad time but will also have many fond memories of our unforgettable Nana.

We wish Colin's family and friends our support and condolensces

A more detailed tribute will follow asap, but we just wanted to mark her passing.

RIP and thank you for all the laughter over the years.

Published: 1-Mar-2018

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