There is ‘heartbreak’ in the Village after a gay adult store was attacked a few days ago — but the victims have hit back saying the ‘community cannot be broken’.
Clonezone, on Sackville Street in the heart of Manchester’s LGBTQ+ district, was damaged on Wednesday night (March 22). Now, councillors have promised to take the matter up with cops.
Images taken today (Saturday, March 25) by MEN photographers show the store is boarded up, with temporary signage in place of windows.
It remains open as usual. READ MORE: National critic heaps praise on Manchester restaurant with £110 seven-course menu that’s ‘bonkers’ Despite the vandalism, Clonezone has issued a statement defying the damage.