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Three local councillors on patrol with Manchester South team

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“I remember speaking to a Dan a rough sleeper in the city. We were able to give him a hat and gloves and he was very grateful, as I sat with him he shared briefly of his own story and also about his ill health. He hadn’t been on the streets very long and he […]

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Going Raspberry! for Manchester South Street Pastors

Event details Going Raspberry! Street Pastors serve the community by listening to, caring for and helping people they meet at night, usually between 10pm and 2am on a Friday. Whether its physically kneeling down to put flip flops on tired, sore feet or giving out hats and gloves on cold wintry nights people will not […]

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Greater Manchester Police Commissioner: Tony Lloyd

On Friday 26 July 2013, Manchester South Street Pastors were joined by our Police Commissioner, Tony Lloyd and his newly appointed deputy, Jim Battle. Both were curious to see the work we do in the student areas where there is a higher than average occurrence of crimes against the person as students are targeted by […]

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Swing & Swing Again Big Band Concert

We would like to thank Trininty Community Church, who organised the Swing and Swing Again Big Band Concert at the Amani Centre, Moss Side on 1st June 2013. A whopping £550 has been raised so far. Thank you to everyone that was involved.

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BUPA Great Manchester Run 26 May 2013

Mat Warrington has never claimed to be a gifted athelete but nevertheless has given up his time to train and to compete in the BUPA Great Manchester Run this year. He completed the 10k course in 1 hour and 30 minutes and his efforts have raised £255 for Manchester South Street Pastors. The trustees would […]

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As a Church based initiative the local church is the biggest stakeholder in providing the structure and manpower for a team to operate. Over the years we have enjoyed partnering with the Police and Local Authorities, who have provided expertise and financial support. Due to the public funding cuts a major portion of our income […]

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