This weekend The Independent will premiere a new radio play about scientist Alan Turing on its website. More details can be found in this LGF news article.
NO2ID campaigners burnt a giant ID card in front of Manchester Town Hall at 5pm tonight, after a public meeting at the nearby Friends Meeting house. This exclusive video includes an interview with Phil Booth the National Co-ordinator of NO2ID.
I saw this sad little poster in Sackville Park about a pet dog that is believed to have been ‘snatched’ from the Park by three people.
A dramatic fire broke out in Miles Platting tonight.
The Conservative party conference is taking place in Manchester at the moment and last night Spirit Bar on Canal Street was the venue for their LGBTory event. The first-ever official conference Pride event.
Manchester Pride 2009 has raised £135,000 for good causes. It’s the highest figure for a number of years, but not if you take into account inflation (which is about 30% over a decade). Allowing for inflation it is about the same as was raised in 2000 from the free and much-smaller GayFest and less than […]
For almost three years, and along with most of the LGBT community in Manchester, I have believed that just £65,000 was raised for good causes by Operation Fundraiser at Manchester Pride 2006. This week, finally, I heard the full story from what seems to be a reliable source.