LGBTQ+ Advisor Weekly Newsletter 04/04/2022Tuesday, 5th April 2022
Trans conversion therapy not being banned, despite Government’s U-Turn on gay conversion therapy
“Leaving trans & non-binary people out of a conversion therapy ban is completely unacceptable”
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Proud 2 b Parents is an inclusive organisation for all routes to parenthood. They are run by and deliver services for LGBT+ parents/ carers to be, LGBT+ parents/carers and their children living in Greater Manchester and beyond. If you can support them and the vital work they do, please head over to their crowdfunding page – https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/p/proud-2-b-parents—the-future to donate now. This will help them to reach their target and continue to support LGBT+ parent/ carer led families.
Black Beetle Health has some news!!
Their first official Black Beetle Health Podcast episode is HERE!
They’ve got a number of guests—talking all things body image, sobriety, mental health, sexual health for LGBTQ+ People of Colour, and much more!
In today’s episode, Elliss and Patrick discuss how labels impact the way you see yourself. Find out how self-acceptance makes moving through the world a whole lot easier. You don’t get a handbook as a disabled young person, so we need to start speaking up and normalising our realities.
Don’t be shy! Be sure to let them know what you think and if there are any specific topics you like them to discuss.
Click below to check it out. Happy listening!
The Skelton Charity 2022
The Skelton Charity has approx. £100,000 in 2022 for grants to registered charities in Lancashire, Greater Manchester, and Merseyside.
Modest grants, usually for between £500 and £3,000 may be awarded:
– normally only to registered charities
– to charities operating within the eligible geographical boundaries
– for one-off expenditure
– for projects or capital expenditure (this could include sessional costs and volunteer costs).
– to charities focussed on good causes
The Trustees are also willing to consider particular needs caused by the Covid19 pandemic and by adapting to new ways of working.
Grants are not made to individuals.
Grants are not generally made for salaries or other recurring costs.
Applications from charities in successive years are not viewed favourably.
The Trustees do not usually fund large building appeals or revenue expenditure.
The grant programme is open for applications between until 13th May 2022. Applications will be considered at the Trustees’ meeting at the end of June.
Completed applications must be received before 5pm on Friday 13 May 2022.
Details of how to apply can be found at www.skeltoncharity.com
Or from the LCVS Grants Team on 0151 227 5177
Registered Charity No. 219370
Please see attached reference Free Stand By Me Bystander Training as there are spaces available,
Please can you share with your networks across GM?
Its face to face and delivered in Eccles, which is very easy to get to by public transport. Booking via this link: https://t.co/rllOzDlU81
Pride Season 2022: Save The Date….
Bury Pride: Saturday 30th April
Bolton Pride: T.B.C
Didsbury Pride: Saturday 3rd September
Levenshulme Pride: 12th – 14th August
Manchester Pride: Friday 26th – Monday 29th August
Oldham Pride: 22nd – 24th July
Rochdale in Rainbows:25th June – 2nd July
Salford – The Pink Picnic: Saturday 25th June
Sparkle Weekend: Friday 8th – Sunday 10th July
Stockport: Sunday 31st July
Tameside: Saturday 16th July
Pride in Trafford: 17th – 21st May
Whally Range – Pride On The Range: 6th – 8th May
Wigan: Saturday 13th August
HolyT Dragged UP Presents: DRAG ME TO THE O2 Ritz Manchester: June 1st Launching Pride Month 2022
In support of The LGBT Foundation and George House Trust! Starring Cheryl Hole, Choriza May, Divina De Campo, Tia Kofi, Vanity Milan, Anna Phylactic, Bar Pop Show Team, Belinda Scandal, Cheddar Gorgeous, Danny Beard, KY Kelly, Misty Chance & Sandra London!
100% of the profit is being donated to VLBA’s £100k target!
Tickets on sale NOW: www.holyt.net
An evening dedicated to Dame Gracy. Friday 8th April , 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Join us at Tribeca on Sackville Street in the Gay Village on Friday 8 April 2022 for an evening dedicated to the life and times of Graham Giles, known to many as Dame Gracy.
Dame Gracy was an important gay activist in Manchester, a Gay Village legend, drag artist, uncle, friend, and much-missed community member who died in March 2021.
This event will tell the story of Gracy’s life, including short films, a timeline of Gracy’s life, speeches and stories from friends and family, photographs, memories and more.
The evening will include food, drink and music.
We are also gathering memories for a book dedicated to Gracy.
If you would like to know more about this event and project, please email email@example.com
Derek Jarman Protest! STORMY WEATHER
A day of debate, defiance & celebration at Manchester Art Gallery
Friday 8th of April, 10am – 5.30pm
Convened by Jez Dolan – Artist in Residence and the Queer British Art Research Group
(See flyers attached)
Jarman Protest!, a major retrospective of one of the most influential figures in 20th century
As part of the residency Jez is collaborating with the Queer British Art Research Group to present: STORMY WEATHER – A day of debate, defiance & celebration. using the exhibition and Jarman’s practice as a leaping-off point for discussion, debate and interventions. The
symposium will welcome artists, academics, curators, students, writers and those with a general interest in Jarman’s life, works and legacy.
This event will be a combination of in-person and online and will take place at Manchester Art Gallery. For those unable to attend in person, a zoom link will be available to take part in the day remotely. It will be monitored for questions and feedback throughout the day.
The day will include presentations, provocations, debate, discussion, and opportunities to network. Refreshments will be served, including a reception at the end of the day. Participants will need to provide their own lunch. There will be a £5.00 charge to cover some of our costs for the event. Please sign up via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stormy-weather-a-day-of-debate-defiance-celebration-tickets-297089361277?aff=ebdsoporgprofile
The Canonisation of DAVID HOYLE Saturday 9th April 2.00 pm
Manchester’s Gay Village & Manchester Art Gallery
Artist Jez Dolan & The Manchester Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence invite you to the most solemn occasion, of the canonisation of Internationally acclaimed performance-art icon, David Hoyle, hereafter to be referred to as: Saint David of the Avant-Garde, in the renowned splendour of Manchester Art Gallery.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (Est. San Francisco, Easter Sunday 1979) are a worldwide Order of queer nuns, the tenets of the Order being – the promulgation of universal joy and the expiation of stigmatic guilt. It is with this in mind that The Sisters will be
making their first English Saint since Derek Jarman (Saint Derek of Dungeness) in 1991. As is traditional and time-honoured in these matters, the ceremony will begin with the procession of the Saint-to-be through the streets to the place of canonisation. The procession,
accompanied by the Eclipse New Orleans Parade Band will begin (2.00 pm sharp) from New York New York, a legendary queer space in Manchester’s gay village for over thirty years.
Processing to Manchester Art Gallery accompanied by flags and banners, smoke and mirrors to the ceremony of canonisation within the Derek Jarman PROTEST! exhibition. Following which ALL are welcome for thanksgiving sherries at New York New York.
“Everyone equally VALID, Everyone equally BEAUTIFUL, Everyone equally JUSTIFIED”
Pride in Ageing’s Derek Jarman Pocket Park Volunteers will be taking part in Pride in Our Nature at RHS Bridgewater on Sunday 10th April.
The event will share the unique relationships the LGBTQ+ community has with our natural environment and the experiences and perspectives of LGBTQ+ people in the natural environment sector. It will also celebrate the wider local LGBTQ+ community within Salford and Greater Manchester. There will be networking for LGBTQ+ organisations, performances, talks and workshops including, a vogueing workshop in the garden, drag Storytime and a panel Q&A. Initial details for the event can be viewed here
Bury Pride: Sat 30th April 2022
After a very difficult couple of years for everyone, Bury Pride has a new location for 2022. They still have all the stalls, entertainment, funfair and of course thier famous Walking Rainbow Parade, to celebrate diversity and our communities in such a great Town on Saturday 30th April at the Drill Hall, Bury.
This year, they have also launched their new Bury Pride Store:
Here you can book your stalls, full- and half-page adverts in their Pride Magazine as well as book advertising space and sponsorship.
If you are a community group or organisation, you can also book your stall and register yourselves for the parade, which they plan to be louder and prouder than ever.
If you want to book, please follow the link attached, or if you have any questions or want to speak to David, feel free to drop him an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keeping Bury Pride free is our priority as it should be for everyone, so you can also donate to our Charity the Bury LGBTQI+ Forum, which is also supporting the funding of the event.
Thanks in advance for your support for Bury Pride, together we will make sure it is the best one yet!
Pride in Trafford: Tue 17 – Sat 21 May 2022
Trafford’s five day annual exploration and celebration of LGBTQ+ arts is back for 2022. Now in its third year, Pride in Trafford brings together an exciting and diverse range of performers and performances, from comedy and cabaret, storytelling and solo shows to photography and physical theatre. All events take place in venues and spaces around the borough, including leading arts venue, Waterside.
Two incredible exhibitions features in this year’s Pride in Trafford: award-winning photographer Allie Crewe’s moving and poignant Your Own Light – featuring a series of striking portraits of trans/non-binary subjects; and Interstice a digital display of artist Paul Scott Bullen’s experience of homophobic resistance.
Live cabaret and comedy comes from musical theatre diva Vivienne de Vil, as well as a fabulous evening of alternative comedy with MC Jonathan Mayor, comic and improviser Kate McCabe; stand-up, drag queen and live streamer Red Redmond and acclaimed stand-up Bethany Black.
Theatre and dance enthusiasts will enjoy Rowena Gander’s experimental, thought-provoking new work Barely Visible which uses contemporary pole dance fusion; as well as Making Waves: Queer Edition – an evening celebrating new work by emerging LGBTQ+ artists and theatre makers around Greater Manchester.
Free events for younger audiences include a special collaborative event between Gorse Hill Studios and Rainbow Reflections; outdoor pop-up performance Wildflower and fun family activities on Waterside Plaza; as well as a special Meet the Author event with Emmy Clarke, writer of Vampire Hunter Jess – a funny and heart-warming short story for children.
‘There is a real sense of ‘coming together’ weaved through the themes, the artists and the collaborators involved in this year’s programme. Through their work, all our performers celebrate inclusivity, love, diversity and togetherness.’ Darren Adams, Producer for Pride in Trafford and Manager of Waterside.
For more info and to book tickets visit prideintrafford.org
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Building an Active Church: Sat 30 April, 10am-3pm
Oasis Hub MediaCityUK King William Street, Salford M50 3UQ Are you interested in building a progressive, inclusive, activist church in Salford that works to transform the local community? Active Church is a one-day event to witness the difference a local church is making in inner-city London and learn practical lessons to change this community in Salford – See Attached:
LGBT+ PLUS Big Monthly Social & Annual General Meeting
Next social: Thursday 13th April 2022 at 7.00PM
Venue: Cafe SQ, 59 St Petersgate, Stockport SK1 1DH
A short meeting will be held during the social to allow us to elect our executive committee for the next 12 months.
If you feel enthusiastic about LGBT+ PLUS and would like to get more involved with managing the group, and help develop future strategy, then please nominate yourself via the online form below.
We are looking to further diversify the committee in regards to age, gender and ethnicity and this year we have created 4 extra positions/roles which means we have a total of 11 positions to fill. All positions are vacant at the AGM and persons will be elected to those positions from the nominations we receive.
Simply select the role which most interests you via this online form to submit your nomination… Online Nomination Form
LGBT+ PLUS Spectrum Website – Find out more!
LGBT+ PLUS Spectrum WhatsApp
LGBT+ PLUS Spectrum Facebook
Pride Sports Conference – Saturday, 23 April 2022 at 10:00
A unique One-Day Conference bringing together the LGBTQ+ sport & physical activity sector.
About this event:
Bringing together LGBTQ+ networks of National Governing Bodies, LGBTQ+ sport and physical activity groups and those interested in developing their own NGB networks and clubs, this day will provide unique networking and learning opportunities for participants. Plenaries, clinics, workshops and social sessions throughout the day should mean there’s something for everyone engaged in LGBTQ+ inclusion in sport.
Join The Sunday Boys in the incredible surrounds of Bury Parish Church, this April as they host an evening of folk music, choral singing and celebration in two parts. Saturday 23rd April, 7pm
This exploration of folk music will look at folk through a queer lens and sees The Sunday Boys collaborating with folk singer songwriter Katy Rose Bennett to uncover traditional and contemporary folk songs of “coming together”. Expect some original pieces from Bennett, beautifully brought to life by The Sunday Boys.
In the second half of the evening, The Sunday Boys will revisit some toe-tapping classics as well as some new numbers in this special celebration opening a week-long celebration of Bury Pride. Expect hits from the likes of The Spice Girls, Kate Bush and Adele.
The Sunday Boys was formed by Michael Betteridge in January 2016 to give Manchester an inclusive LGBTQ+ choir for low voice singers (tenor / baritone / bass) in the city to learn to sing great music, perform, and make friends. With a keen focus on commissioning new work, the choir has grown from a small group of individuals to a group of over sixty strong.
They engage and support local, queer artists and our ongoing mission is to bring together a community of members, artists and supporters performing music with meaning.
This exciting performance is supported by Arts Council England, The Met, Bury Pride, LGBTQ+ Greater Manchester Cultural Network and English Folk Expo.
For more information on the choir and examples of their work, please visit www.thesundayboys.com.
Proud 2 b Parents have opened some bookable training sessions for individuals/professionals around the inclusion of LGBT+ parents/carers and their children. Please can you share it across your networks.
As part of Oldham Pride, On Wednesday 18th May:
The George Tavern, 42 George Street, Oldham OL1 1LB aka The Glitter Palace, will be hosting a Ladies & Queens Night in aid of raising money for Oldham Pride 2022. It will be a full night of amazing and outstanding entertainment from some of the most famous names that Oldham has to offer, tickets will be on sale very soon from the bar at the George Tavern
£8 pre booked and £10 on the door on the night there is limited seating so book early , and come and see the very very best in Entertainment with PJ Robinson Samm Peter Hewitt Easyer Nicole Gage, The Glitter Palace show girls and much more , camp bingo, raffle and some surprizes along the way.
Jez Dolan and David Martin working as Initiative Arts are working with the National Lottery Heritage Fund to deliver Legacy of ’67. In this project they want to capture the stories of LGBTQ+ people who were young adults in the ‘60s and ‘70s. In 1967 the law in England and Wales changed to partially decriminalise homosexual acts between men. This led to a major change for some people and had no effect at all on others. If you were a young adult then, did this affect your life – if it did, how?
They’re interested in talking to men, women and trans people who were around at the time. Your stories will be recorded for posterity in Archives+ at Manchester Libraries and will be the subject matter for a specially commissioned play, an exhibition, and a walking tour of the city.
They also want to recruit and train a team of volunteers to capture these stories of before and after the Sexual Offences Act of 1967, recording the social and historical impact of this legislation. They will be offering training in oral history techniques towards the end of April.
If you’d like to get involved, details can be found on their website: https://www.initiativearts.co.uk/legacy-of-67.html or e-mail email@example.com
I’d like to introduce you to the Cowgills North West Homebuilder Awards which is taking place on the 9th June 2022. The event is the first of its kind in not just the North West but the UK, specifically acknowledging the hard work being undertaken by SMEs to meet the region’s housing requirements. The website link is here if you’d like to find out more. https://www.northwesthomebuilderawards.co.uk/
The evening will be completely different to the traditional black tie and dinner format, taking a more casual and exciting approach. Think really good quality sharing platters and Haçienda vibes. Held at the iconic Albert Hall, They have some particularly unique and high-profile entertainment arranged for the evening. Hosted by Jenny Powell and will also be joined by legendary Haçienda DJ, Graeme Park.
Nominations opened on 1st February
All categories available will be open exclusively for entry by SMEs with the awards focusing on the work being completed by homebuilders and developers in the North West from March 31st 2021 to March 31st 2022. Nominations EXTENDED till 8th April
One of the awards celebrates those organisations or individuals that are fostering change in the diversity and inclusion space.
I would love to see some entries from the sector who are from the LGBTQ+ Community. Please note that this award is not restricted to housebuilders or developers and also covers professional services firms, consultants, community groups or any individual or businesses involved in any related project or initiative. https://www.northwesthomebuilderawards.co.uk/
As part of the Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Arts and Culture Network, Oldham Coliseum were a recipient of the Network’s Progress Bursary supporting LGBTQ+ projects across the region. For their project they partnered up with the Proud Trust’s ‘Youth Out in Oldham’ group to support an artist in the development of their own craft, to deliver six creative sessions for the group.
‘Youth Out in Oldham’ is a youth group based in Oldham that supports young lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people, or those questioning their gender or sexuality aged between 13-19. Having met with the group online, it became clear that many members were interested in the creation of music, specifically Metal music, as an artform they could see themselves pursuing. With this in mind,they appointed musician Will Walton as the recipient of the Bursary.
After a few thinking and jamming sessions with Will and Coliseum staff, the young people decided to write a pirate metal song, cherishing the opportunity to talk about the things that they’re passionate about as young LGBT+ people. The song has now grown into an album concept, with another song written waiting to be recorded, and album art in the works.
They have absolutely loved working on The Progress Bursary over the past few months. What has been most impressive to them at the Coliseum is the new ways in which this project has helped them work with young people, from drama to different forms of music.
Thanks go out to the staff at The Proud Trust, the LGBT Foundation, Will Walton, and especially the wonderful young people who contributed to creating the songs.
Are you a voluntary or community group or a social enterprise in Manchester?
Have your say on support services to help you!
Manchester City Council and Manchester Health Care Commissioning have commissioned Forever Consulting to find out what support voluntary and community groups and social enterprises in Manchester need to deliver their work and achieve their goals. We’ve developed a short survey that explores what your organisation would like support with, and how you would like to receive it. It will take less than 10 minutes to complete, and the survey closes at 8am on Monday 25th April, so make sure you’ve had your say by then! We want to hear from all types of groups operating in Manchester – large and small, new and old – so please share this survey with others so they can have their say too!
Are you Deaf, deafened or find it hard to hear?
Let us know your views on support you want!
Bolton Deaf Society, Manchester Deaf Centre and Walthew House in Stockport are exploring the needs of people who are Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing, and how the centres can best help. Your views will help them shape the type of services they provide and how they are delivered. It will take 10 mins to complete, and you will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a £100 High Street voucher. You can watch a translation of the survey in British Sign Language here and take part in the survey here – the closing date is Wednesday 27th April.
Have your say on sexual health services in Bolton
Have you ever accessed services in Bolton for sexual health advice? This could be advice around contraception support, pregnancy advice and guidance, or support around a sexually transmitted infection? Then we’d like to hear from you. How can Bolton Public Health improve sexual health services in the borough and make them more accessible to all residents. Please complete this survey and let us know how we can improve or make services more accessible for you in the future: https://bit.ly/Bolton_Sexual_Health.
All responses are confidential. Survey ends Monday April 18.
Pub Pride 2022 returns on Friday May 27th at pubs, bars and venues across the UK. Registration is now open and closes on April 4th.
Launched in 2021, Pub Pride backs up the Ask For Clive campaign by empowering pubs to celebrate Pride with their local LGBTQ+ community, and show their commitment to inclusivity.
This year’s event will be on Friday May 27th, with partners encouraged to keep flags and bunting up for all of Pride Month.
They’ll be showcasing some of the events, activities and partnerships already confirmed for Pub Pride 2022 during registration period and up to the event. Some fab venues are already in, and they’ll have live music, cabaret, karaoke, fundraisers, even film screenings across the UK. It’s up to you. Signage, support and a welcome space is enough.
Their product range has grown for this year, now with Badges and t-shirts also available for pubs to sell to visitors. All they ask is a 10% donation to Ask For Clive.
Once registered, they’ll send you digital assets, add you to the list of host venues and promote on Social Media.
They’ll have everything from West End pubs to rural inns in the Shetlands. It’s important to them that Pub Pride comes to the people and is a localised event! They had over 200 venues commit in 2021, and the event was mid-pandemic. They aim to get into 1k+ venues in 2022. Monies raised go directly back into Ask For Clive, and they’ll share these 50/50 with local Pride organisations.
Please register at www.pubprideshop.com or contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve Been Clare Summerskill!
Friday 27th and Saturday 28th May at Brewers, Manchester, 4 Canal Street, 7.30pm.
A celebratory evening of songs and comedy presented by the legendary lesbian singer-songwriter and comedienne
Tickets available on the door and from Outsavvy Website:
‘One of the most rip-roaring talents on the lesbian stage today’ Rainbow Network
‘A lesbian Victoria Wood!’ Women’s Hour BBC Radio 4
Clare Summerskill is a stand-up, a singer-songwriter, an actress, and a playwright. In her latest show, I’ve Been Clare Summerskill, she combines her comedy and song-writing talents to reflect upon her long career as what she terms ‘a professional lesbian’! Her humour is warm and welcoming and often far too close to the bone. Audience members of any age, sexual orientation or gender identity will relish her unique take on matters of love and lust, marriage and divorce, and middle-aged worries and wisdom.
‘Engaging and Charming’ Time Out.
‘One of the funniest women in the UK’ What’s On
Creating an inclusive Night Time Economy
As Greater Manchester has some of the most diverse communities in the UK, it is vital that our towns and cities night time economy is diverse in its offer, reflective of, and accessible to, all of our communities across the whole city-region. We want to ensure more of our residents and visitors can access and enjoy our nightlife regardless of their age, gender, sexual orientation, ability, ethnic background or religious beliefs. We want to celebrate the different communities and cultures seen across Greater Manchester, and everyone to enjoy the Night Time Economy.
- Do you have ideas on how the night time economy can be more inclusive?
- Are there good things happening in your local area that other areas could do?
- What would you like to see happen in your town and city centres?
The Greater Manchester Night Time Economy and Culture Team want to hear from you, and ensure all communities across Greater Manchester feel that there is something on offer for them.
If you would like to join a focus group session, please contact Adrian.email@example.com, or to find out more about the night-time economy contact Akul.Pankhania@greatermanchester-ca.gov.uk
University of Birmingham project LOASCA: Lgbtq+ Older Adult Social Care Assessment study.
They’re seeking older LGBTQ+ people to fill two kinds of paid roles in the project, experts by experience (people who advise the researchers based on their lived experience) and co-researchers (people involved directly in the research). They are particularly seeking people who are bisexual, trans and/or intersectionally marginalised, such as BAME LGBTQ+ people and LBTQ+ women.
Generation Rent is working with the LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity akt to research discrimination in the private rental sector. If you are a private renter, regardless of your gender identity or sexuality, it would greatly help our research if you can answer this survey about your experiences.
Some of the questions focus on your sexuality and gender identity as well as ethnicity, mental and physical health and your benefits status.
Salford Pride has some great volunteering opportunities available with a range of roles on our committee and on our board of trustees!
If you want to be part of a growing pride that puts the focus firmly on the LGBTQ+ community, come and join their team.
To help them grow they need experienced members of the public to join the Salford Pride team. They are particularly keen to recruit people who have knowledge or skills in one or more of the following areas:
- Charity Governance
- Charity Law
- Local, regional and national LGBT landscape
- Human Resources, strategic operations and governance
- Finance, accounting and fundraising
Previous experience of being a trustee or working within the charity sector is desirable but not essential as additional training will be available through their partner organisations.
#WeStandTogether is looking for volunteers to help staff stalls at events and deliver anti-discrimination workshops in schools, colleges, and youth and community groups.
If you are passionate about helping bring people together and actively challenging hate and discrimination, this is the perfect opportunity for you to get involved!
To apply, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with 250 words on why you want to volunteer for #WeStandTogerther and how you hope to add value to their cause.
Village Angels Sessional Shift Lead
Community Safety Coordinator
Find out about these and the latest job vacancies with the LGBT Foundation:
National LGBTI+ Experience Network
If you would like to be involved but cannot commit to the time requirements of the Sounding Board or would be interested in being involved in a more casual way, please consider joining our wider National LGBTI+ Experience Network.
Volunteers’ part of the LGBTI+ Experience Network will be kept up to date with this project and be invited to be involved on a more ad hoc basis. To join the LGBTI+ Experience Network please complete the expression of interest.
For more information about these volunteering opportunities and to apply visit https://lgbt.foundation/news/lgbti-experiences-in-healthcare/465 or email email@example.com or call/text 07716085273
Canal Street VIP Card new/renewed card holders: I hope you are already enjoying its benefits post lockdown.
Over time they have been able to grow their list of village-based venues offering unique offers/benefits to holders of a CANAL ST CARD.
For the current list please CLICK HERE
As ever, they continue to grow the number of venue/business partners beyond our beloved village boundaries.
They invite you to visit our ally traders when/where possible.
If you feel that you no longer wish to receive these emails, PLEASE let me know, I would hate to think I am bombarding you with information that you don’t require and it is just blocking up your inbox. (I won’t be offended).
Remember, if you have events or information you wish to share across Greater Manchester then feel free to send that over to me to be included, I send this email out to over 2000 contacts which in turn gets sent out through their networks. Carl@Austin-Behan.uk
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