Celebrate Father’s Day on a walk in Manchester
The walk ‘Now for Michael Ashcroft’ tells the story of a father who battled the odds to follow his dreams and for who art made such a difference in his life.
In addition become part of a worldwide event in support of MND research. Share the story of Neil Platt who terminally ill with motor neurone disease had to say goodbye to his son and wife.
On Sunday 16 June
2pm – Manchester town centre
The story of a man who battled the odds to follow his dreams and for who art made such a difference in his life.
Come and see how the contemporary artist Michael Ashcroft captures Manchester’s treasures old and new. Likened to Edward Hopper and Theodore Rousseau, this opportunity is fresh and exciting!
Book in advance
0161 211 6602 or www.charmegraphicdesign.co.uk/insider-guides
On Friday 21 June
7pm – Poynton Civic Hall
Share Neil’s story and help fight back against the MND incurable disease that kills five people in the UK every day.
This campaign is about becoming part of a worldwide event in support of promoting awareness and to raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease research and care.
It is a unique screening experience because all over the world people will be watching the same award-winning documentary I AM BREATHING.
More info www.mndassociation.org