Manchester Pride is inviting people from the Cit’y LGBT community to get involved with decision making ahead of the Big Weekend 2014, People are invited to attend one of free listening events put on by the charities board of trustees to hear opinions and ideas.
The Public Consultations will be the community’s chance to engage with the Manchester Pride team and give valuable feedback which will shape how the festival develops in the coming years.
Those wanting to take part can register their interest online until Monday 27th January
Mark Fletcher, Director for Manchester Pride comments; “Our BE INVOLVED campaign is a hugely important step for us to engage with our community and gain feedback that will be used to shape the future of our events.”
“2014 will see a strong focus on initiatives to increase the amount of donations that Manchester Pride is able to make to LGBT and HIV projects in the region.”
There’s much more to Manchester Pride than the Big Weekend and, since 2003, the festival has grown to include Pride Fringe which encompasses a series of art, culture, heritage, debate, sport, music and film events celebrating the great diversity of the LGBT community. 2013 also saw the introduction of Supersonic, A Manchester Pride charity dinner event held underneath the wings of Concorde at Manchester Airport.
WHO – THE MANAGEMENT TEAM AND TRUSTEES LEAD BY VICKEN COULIGIAN, CHAIRMAN OF MANCHESTER PRIDE