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Nana celebrated in Sackville Gardens

Nana celebrated in Sackville Gardens

We are delighted to announce a celebration of life  for the beloved Nana on 8th April Sackville Gardens (Gay Village Manchester).

On entry to the park we will be raising funds for George House Trust as this was the charity Nana asked for money to be raised for.

As this is an outside public event we still have to abide by conditions, Claire Richter @ Serenity Security has kindly offered a security team for free to keep this a safe space on the day. There will also be an outside bar at this event and John Desmond Hamilton & Antonio Roman Bar Pop - Official, Terry Gold @ Iconic Bar Manchester & Tony D Cooper @ On Bar Manchester, also Mike Mitchell from Via Canal Street have kindly donated staff to work for free, profit from the bar will also be donated to GHT.

The stage will run from 3pm till 9pm, We are looking for performers in and around Manchester that have been part of Nana's life or anyone that would like to contribute towards this event, if there is a time slot that you would be available for please let them know via https://www.facebook.com/paul.m.avoy

RUNNING ORDER WILL BE UPDATED AS PERFORMERS COME FORWARD.

Announced so far;

3pm - 5pm Dj Paul Nash - AKA Paul Critchley-Green

Published: 23-Mar-2018

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