Passing through the Guardian’s exhibition space to start the day.
Pages from today’s paper hang on the wall from last night’s final run through. The front page picture later changed when new pictures came in from the mass singalong in Manchester to remember the victims of last year’s bomb attack.
Today’s paper with a joyous front page picture.
Meanwhile royalty continue to adorn most of the other front pages.
Standing room only in morning conference.
At my desk scrolling through pictures, endless pictures.
The walls in the office are full of the newspaper’s heritage. Original door frames from the Guardian Manchester office line the corridor to Kath Viner’s office – our editor-in-chief, and a facsimile of the first ever Manchester Guardian from 1821 hangs on the wall.
The flat plan coming together at the end of my shift.
Editors, designers and sub editors, all hard at work in the final push to get the paper finished.
I make my way out of the building as colleagues work to put the paper to bed.
The evening sun beckons.