Oct 2014 - Campaign for Homosexual Equality

9 October 2014 by Pure Radio

Tuesday marked fifty years since the beginning of the modern movement for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans equality in the UK.

In October 1964, Manchester hosted the first meeting of the North West Homosexual Law Reform Committee. This was at a time when homosexuality was still illegal.

Later the organisation was renamed to the Campaign for Homosexual Equality, and it continues to fight for LGBT rights today.

A plaque was unveiled on Manchester’s Deansgate, which marks the location of the first meeting.

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Singing for Fun with Age UK

30 November -1 by Pure Radio

Singing for Fun is a group run by Age UK Stockport for people over 55, including people with dementia. Anne Frazer visits the group in Cheadle Hulme to learn more from organiser Pat Ansell and Community Singer Kaymee MacNamara. Includes lovely singing from the group.

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