Ghosts rising from the Ground
Trees stepping out to Dance
Bugs Glowing in the Air
Come and be enchanted by the weird, wild and wonderful things that are happening i the park on this one night of the year
Do you dare to wander on down ???
Come down on the night if you dare to wander
Here is where to find it … https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Peel+Parkfirstname.lastname@example.org,-2.270791,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x487baf3cdae257d3:0x7afc7d6f4cf59999
Please try and come down on Wednesday 10th December to Eccles Gateway, just over the road from Eccles Interchange
This will be an open meeting for anyone to come and see what Out IN Salford get up to during the year
How to find it … https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/53%C2%B028’58.3%22N+2%C2%B020’21.2%22Wemail@example.com,-2.339233,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0×0
Networked in the Rochdale Area on National Coming Out Day so thought you may wish to see what happened
Matthew Jackson, a young student at Hopwood College and Dawn Pomfrett the Vice Chair of the TransForum delivered moving Coming Out Stories
I also managed to speak with Police with Pride; more exciting news about this in the coming months
Young people from Salford’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Youth Group are celebrating after winning best community float at this year’s Manchester Pride.
The group worked with local people to design Salford’s “Summer of Love” float using real flowers donated by Salford allotment holders.
Salford City Council teamed up with partners from across Salford including the University of Salford, Seddon Construction, Salix Homes, City West, Salford CVS, Healthwatch, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and residents from the city’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) forum and youth group to create the float. The float took part in the parade through Manchester city centre on Saturday 23 August
Councillor Paul Dennett, assistant mayor for workforce, said: “We are incredibly proud of our LGBT community in Salford and I’m delighted that Salford’s LGBT community did so well in this year’s parade! Pride weekend is a fantastic annual event in Greater Manchester.”
Hope everyone can make it along to the Expo Stall this year
There will be a short survey for you all to complete to find out what you all would like to see at future events over the next few months and year
I cannot emphasise enough how important it is to gain your views and contacts details to make the group bigger and better
Please come along and show your support … this is your group
I am very excited to announce the Peel Park Picnic Picnic Radio Advert on Gaydio
Here it is https://soundcloud.com/liverlad/sets/advert
Dear Colleagues and Supporters
Healthwatch Salford are looking for a local person to reflect LGBT communities on our Ambassador Forum.The Ambassador Forum decides what issues Healthwatch Salford wants to tackle so that we can improve health and social care for local people.The time commitment will be no more than a few hours per week and all expenses will be paid.
Are you interested or do you know someone in Salford that you think would be interested in this role?
For more information about Healthwatch Salford you can contact me using the details below or visitwww.healthwatchsalford.co.uk.
We also have a number of other volunteer opportunities (see attached flyer).
Engagement Coordinator (public)
Healthwatch Salford steward
51 Frederick Road
Phone: 0161 743 4507
Fax: 0161 743 0090
Please try and come along to this very important meeting
We will be in Room 1 Pendleton Gateway
Its our last chance before both Peel Park Pink Picnic and Manchester Pride to talk about, arrange rostas and decide upon how we want Out in Salford to grow and prosper
Put your glad rags on and come along even if you cannot stay for the whole meeting … that’s fine
Out in Salford need you !!!
Join us on the 27th July 2014 from 12:00 – 19:00 for a fun packed afternoon in the heart of Peel Park.The Peel Park Pink Picnic is an annual free LGBT community event that is open to all held each year in Peel Park, Salford. The event allows people from the local community and surrounding areas to gather in the centre of Peel Park to enjoy a family-friendly event with the intention of building respect and community cohesion.This year special live performances from Nicki French, Bears Aloud, Wolf and NoIdea will keep you entertained throughout the day. As well as there being, stalls from local organisations and businesses, a falconry display, music played by Gaydio, sporting activities, pink bingo and a best dressed dog competition.For further details about the event, please visit the Peel Park Pink Picnic website: www.peelparkpinkpicnic.org.uk
Please come to this important event
We need volunteers on the day throughout the day; free food and drink available if you volunteer for at least 4 hours, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are interested and we will get back to you. Report at 10am on the park on the day