Whatever your age, book your place on the Manchester Generation’s free gay Sunday Lunch and share your experiences of Manchester!
Come and feast on a fabulous free three course Sunday Lunch at The Lesbian & Gay Foundation on Sunday March 21st (1.30pm – 5pm).
We want lesbian, gay and bisexual people of all ages who work, play, learn or live in the city of Manchester to come together to share your stories and experiences of the city, and explore some of the myths and stereotypes around age; and what better way to do it than a natter over some lovely nosh!
Adam Winter, from The Lesbian and Gay Foundation explains: “We hope to have a fun and interesting day where lesbian, gay and bisexual people of all ages can come together to share perceptions and experiences of our city. We’ll be doing a few exercises to explore how LGB people experience Manchester and enjoying a fabulous three course homecooked Sunday lunch along the way! The event is free and we really want older and younger people to be able to meet and learn from each other.”
If you want to help bring Manchester’s generations together, book your place at the Manchester Generation’s free gay Sunday Lunch table by emailing Adam Winter on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 235 8023. Also contact Adam if you have any access or dietary requirements.
The event is taking place on Sunday March 21st (1.30pm – 5pm) at The Lesbian & Gay Foundation, Princess House, 105 – 107 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6DD.
Manchester City Council and Valuing Older People in Manchester support this event with enthusiasm.