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These gardens are in the heart of Manchester and have a special link to the Gay Village. You will see the Beacon of hope surrounded by historical fact plaques, a statue of Alan Turing, a Manchester Bee figure, and plenty of benches to sit on...More
Every time I'm in Manchester, I enjoy Sackville Gardens, a rather small park right off Whitworth Street. It's nicely kept and offers a respite from all the activity in the area. A real piece of Manchester!
Nice little park just off Canal Street which has the statue of the great Alan Turing. The man who saved Britain from the war but was still punished for his sexuality. Quite ironic that it is in this park as he would not believe how...More