Solutions SK and te Stockport County Community Foundation have joined forces to launch a school Meals competition. Dave Stearn Spoke to Jacqueline Cohen, Engagement Manager at SSK about it
On Easter Saturday there is an afternoon of athletics, basketball, climbing, football, rugby league and more – all aimed at LGBT people who are beginners in sport.
It will be going on at Hough End Leisure Centre, which is located between Chorlton and Withington.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to the Director of Pride Sports, Lou Englefield, who has been describing what’s planned.
Jon Keighren on Jim Gannon’s return to Edgeley Park. Professor Cary Cooper on why we should all be working shorter hours. And a group of teenagers in Edgeley secure a new skate park.
Should legal highs be banned? Simon is joined by Martin McClean of MOSAIC to find out more about New Psychoactive Substances, whilst Cllr Chris Murphy and Leader of Stockport Council Sue Derbyshire debate the matter. Jane speaks to 91 year old Kenneth Brooks from Bramhall, who was first on the scene at the crash which killed Polish Prime Minister Wladislaw Sikorski in 1943. Plus, the News Review of the Week.
Beautiful Thing is a story of young love, between two men on a rundown council estate.
Living with his single mum, Jamie finds himself infatuated with his next door neighbour and classmate, Ste. One night, Ste is beaten up so badly by his father, Jamie’s mother takes him in. From there, their romance begins.
It will be at The Lowry this month. Jamie will be played by Sam Jackson – as seen on Channel 4’s Skins and Drifters.
Sam told Under the Rainbow that social attitudes have changed massively towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people – since the play premiered in 1993.