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Hear it from our Guides: World Autism Day with Laura an Invisible (Manchester) Tour Guide

Written on April 01, 2020

We met Laura, back in January 2019 when she first joined the Invisible (Manchester) Team as a trainee. It has been an incredible experience watching her grow into the exuberant and cheerful character that she is today. Her self-confidence and passion has grown every step of the way, from choosing a tour theme, delving into extensive research and offering her tour to hundreds of visitors. Today marks World Autism Day, a subject close to Laura’s heart, she has written this short piece about her new tour, how she is coping with isolation and why we should all be celebrating World Autism Day.

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Invisible Cities Launches Fun Packs for Kids

Written on March 24, 2020

At Invisible Cities we are really excited to unveil our brand new Fun Packs for children! The packs are bursting with games and activities for children around the world to explore and discover their cities from the comfort of their own home.

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Award Nomination for Good Organisation CIC

Written on February 11, 2020

We are delighted to announce that Good Organisation CIC, our partner in York, has been nominated in the Start Up Category for the SEYH (Social Enterprise Yorkshire and the Humber) Awards.

Good Organisation CIC organises Invisible (York) walking tours, with wonderful guides Miles, Vicki, Gemma and Miles, with more to come. But they also run other innovative projects in the city, always engaging with people experiencing homelessness, but using photography, design, or tourism generally. To find out more about their other projects click here.

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Invisible (Glasgow) Remembers Homeless People Who Have Died

Written on November 01, 2019

Through an exciting partnership with Glasgow Museums, Invisible (Glasgow) is taking part in To Absent Friends: Scotland’s people’s festival of storytelling and remembrance, which takes place across the country from 1 – 7 November each year. It gives people a chance to remember, to tell stories, to celebrate and to reminisce about people we love who have died.

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