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The Beacon of Hope can be found in Sackville Park, 5 minutes walk from Piccadilly Station and Piccadilly Gardens in the heart of Manchester's bustling City Centre. The park is bounded by Manchester's gay village, universities, and residential areas.
The Beacon is sited in a prominent position overlooking the cafe bar society of the world famous Canal Street, and is regularly used by people as a place to chat, have a drink, or remember loved ones.
Sackville Park is one of the few green spaces left in the centre of the City. As well as the Beacon of Hope memorial, the park is also the site of the Tree of Life, and the Alan Turing memorial statue.
Roy Jackson - Founder of The Beacon of Hope.
15.11.04 Beacon of Hope Vandalised.
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