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Jet 42 is a group for Young Black Men, 16-25, to meet and connect

Every Wednesday from 5pm – 6.30pm, at 42nd Street (in Group Space and on Microsoft Teams)

Jet 42 is a weekly peer support group for young Black and mixed-race men aged 16-25 to explore and improve their mental health and emotional wellbeing. Delivered by Eric Thompson and Neal Trotman, 42nd Street’s Black male practitioners, it is a safe space for participants to share their feelings, improve their mood and develop healthy coping mechanisms for their mental health in a supportive, friendly and non-judgmental environment. Jet 42 does this through discussions and creative activities such as cookery and film. The group also empowers those who take part to develop their confidence and skills in public speaking and advocating for Black people to access support services.

If you would like to register your interest in attending the group or have any questions, please email Eric at or Time at

You can also use the SIGN UP button or CLICK HERE


A therapeutic group to build on confidence and self-esteem

This group is weekly peer support group for ALL young Black or Black heritage Women (inclusive of trans black women and non-binary young people) aged 13-17 to explore and improve their mental health and wellbeing.

A group gathering outdoors to explore the 5 pathways to nature connection.

There will be solo time out in nature, nature-based activities/crafts and some fireside sharing.

04 May 2023

The Music group is a chance to benefit from the therapeutic qualities of music

Do you identify as LGBTQ+? Are you questioning or exploring your sexuality or gender identity?

Do you want to join in with groups, opportunities and get information on all things LGBTQ+ in and around 42nd Street and Greater Manchester?

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