Post Your Memory

We have launched a campaign to help document our past.

Maybe you received a toy at Christmas time, enjoyed a seaside holiday or used our gym in the 1980s? Post your memory back to us and we will use it to raise awareness about child poverty in the run up to our Anniversary in 2019.

 “My mother was born in Hulme in 1920, one of 15 children. As a child she would walk with her brothers and sisters to Wood Street Mission for food, clothing and shoes.”

“I remember going to Blackpool to Squires Gate Holiday Camp and two friends got diphtheria and had to stay longer. I cannot remember how old I was. But the kindness has made me do lots for charity.”

“Discos in the 1960s on the cusp of adulthood. Bliss! Friends made then are friends to this day.”   

You can post your memory by filling in this online form or email to receive some specially designed postcards.

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