Thursday, 9 September 2010
Big Pink Post Box,
Whitworth Gardens (also known as Sackville Park, and more recently Sackville Gardens), is situated in Manchesters gay community, Canal Street. The Garden is home to a statue of Alan Turing who is acclaimed as being the "Father of modern computing" and whos life work was significant in ending World War II. The park also contains the "Beacon of Hope", which is the UK's only permanent memorial for people who have, or have suffered from, HIV/AIDS.