The Heroes Project relocates to Trafford
The Heroes Project recently celebrated the move to it’s new home at Gorse Hill Studios with an event to officially launch a brand new LDOK Radio Studio and administration facility in Stretford.
The event took place on Thursday 6th August 2015 and we were delighted to welcome Rowetta from The Happy Mondays who officially opened the facility with the Mayor of Trafford Cllr:John Holden alongside other guests, civic dignitaries, fellow patrons and many of the LDOK Radio station’s current presenters including positive role models from the Disabled, Mental Health and Autistic communities.
Heroes Project founder, Terry Snowden MBE said “It was an official house warming really, we are really impressed with our new facility and keen to embrace the spirit of Gorse Hill Studios and engage the vibrancy of the local community within our work going forward. We are looking forward to a long and happy future in our new home at Gorse Hill Studio’s”
The Heroes Project is a nationally recognised, multi-award winning specialist learning disability arts charity that recently relocated to Trafford bringing its record company, radio station and bespoke specialist entertainment agency with it.
Our initiatives include the nationally recognised Frogtastic Club Nights, LDOK Radio, Heroes Project Records and the Autistic Superstars Entertainment Agency.
The organisation has been operating for seventeen years and specialise in the provision of opportunities that encourage the involvement and recognition of people affected by disability, with specific emphasis placed on the provision of performing arts and social development initiatives for adults with a learning disability.
Heroes Project initiatives attract in the region of 2000 people annually through a range of popular activities that continue to attract members of the Learning Disabled, Autistic and Mental health communities.
Registered Charity No. 1153431