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Lighthouse Project (The)

The Lighthouse Project provides a safe and welcoming environment where people can meet together, find support and access opportunities that are caring, social and educating.

Address:
Unit 56 b/c Middleton Shopping Centre, Limetrees Road, Middleton, M24 4EL
Umbrella org:
Inspire Middleton
Area serviced:
Middleton and surrounding areas
Contact name:
Carl Roach
Fax:
0161 643 1163
Opening times:
Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm
Sector:
Voluntary

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