The Heroes Project today opened their brand new state of the art studio at community hub, Gorse Hill Studios.
Forever Manchester staff headed to Gorse Hill Studios to see the Mayor of Trafford and Rowetta from the Happy Mondays open the new LDOK radio studios.
LDOK is part of The Heroes Project and Gorse Hill Studios will be their new base, as well as the new home of their LDOK Radio project.
LDOK stands for Learning Disabled OK. It gives people with disabilities the chance to host a weekly radio show which streams live on air for people all over the world to listen in to.
Forever Manchester has worked with The Heroes Project for many years now, and Terry Snowden, their founder is a proud Forever Manchester Ambassador. He also hosts a weekly radio show every Wednesday 2-4pm on LDOK Radio.
The brand new LDOK studios have been installed at Gorse Hill Studios, which is a well-known community arts and music facility that The Heroes Project is now proud to call home.
Forever Manchester Chief Exec, Nick Massey, Chair of The Heroes Project said: “It’s great to see that The Heroes Project has found such a vibrant home for it’s excellent range of projects, providing opportunities for the learning disabled community.”
Forever Manchester would like to wish The Heroes Project well in their new home and look forward to seeing the exciting projects in the coming years. Happy new home, guys!