George House Trust (GHT) supports people living with or affected by HIV.  They were founded in 1985 by six gay men in Manchester.  28 years later, the LGBT community still firmly continues to support GHT’s vital work through activism, fundraising, awareness raising and volunteering.

The ‘Gays of Manchester’ exhibition brings together portraits of Manchester’s diverse LGBT community and pays homage to their support for people living with HIV.  The exhibition has been curated and produced by Lee Baxter – a Manchester based photographer.

A calendar of the exhibition has also been produced to raise essential funds for GHT’s work and will be available to buy in the exhibition and also in various bars and retail outlets in Manchester over Pride Fringe and Pride weekend.