Concrete dreams and brutalist ideals… Gordon Chapman-Fox is Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan. His third album, ‘Districts, Roads, Open Space’, has just been released and he’s here to talk about it. What’s more, he’s brought sandwiches

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