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Salford LGBT youth group Want to find out more about the LGBT groups in Salford? There are now three groups which provide a safe space for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT). You can get involved in activities including trips, cooking, arts and crafts. The Beacon group also took part in both Liverpool and Manchester Pride!! The groups are friendly and welcoming so why not come and say hi. The Eccles Youth Centre group meets every Tuesday 5.30pm - 8pm
Salford LGBTQ group Want to find out more about the LGBT groups in Salford? There are now three groups which provide a safe space for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT). You can get involved in activities including trips, cooking, arts and crafts. The Beacon group also took part in both Liverpool and Manchester Pride!! The groups are friendly and welcoming so why not come and say hi. The Bridgewater Youth Centre group meets every Monday 5.30pm - 8pm
Brook Atherton Health Centre services

Sexual health & wellbeing for under 25s. Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for under 19s. tel: 01942 483180

Brook Tyldesley services

Sexual health & wellbeing for under 25s. Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for under 19s. tel: 01942 483180

Brook Wigan services

Sexual health & wellbeing for under 25s. Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for under 19s. tel: 01942 483180

Brook Nye Bevan House services

Sexual health & wellbeing for under 25s. Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for under 19s. tel: 0300 303 8565

Brook Oldham services

Sexual health & wellbeing for under 25s. Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for under 19s. tel: 0800 988 2209

Brook Burnley services

Sexual health & wellbeing for under 25s. Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for under 19s. tel: 01282 416596

Brook Blackburn services

Sexual health & wellbeing for under 25s. Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for under 19s. tel: 01254 268700

LGBT youth Salford meeting groups

Phone: 0161 778 0700 Email: chris.rice@salford.gov.uk A safe space for LGBT young people, where you can have the opportunity to participate in activities and have fun, along with discussing issues affecting LGBT young people and enabling this group to have a voice. The group also takes part in both Liverpool and Manchester Pride.

LGBT drop-in meeting groups

Wednesdays from 3.30-5pm at Visyon Phone: 01260 290000 ask for Laura or Jamie. If aged between 11 and 25 have questions, thoughts, concerns or celebrations about your gender, sexuality or identity drop in for a chat.

GLOW meeting groups

Tuesdays 7-9pm. Supporting lesbian, gay, bi, trans and questioning young people aged 13-19. A safe space for young people to socialise with access to positive activities and informal educational opportunities. Contact 0151 257 2520 Email: p.mcclure@addaction.org.uk

Work it Out LGBT meeting groups

LGBT youth group run by Brook in Burnley, for more information contact Jackie Phone: 07889 057520
Email: jackie.buckley@brook.org.uk

Over The Rainbow meeting groups

A social support group for LGBT young people. Meet new friends in a safe space. Workshops, information and support around mental health and wellbeing. 1st Wednesday of the month (13 - 15) 4pm - 5:30pm. Phone: 01744 457243
Email: emma.cuerden@sthk.nhs.uk

Utopia – Macclesfeild meeting groups

Young LGBT people aged 13-19 years. A safe, non-judgemental and caring environment that offers youth activities such as art and crafts, indoor games and dance. Phone: 0779 443 7234 Email: Jennifer.Duggan@CheshireEast.gov.uk

GLYSS (Gay, Lesbian, Youth Support Service) meeting groups

GLYSS is a friendly and supportive group for LGBTQ young people 13 – 19. Wednesdays 6:30 - 9pm. Phone: 01925 442440, 07747473829 Email: sjohnson2@warrington.gov.uk A safe space to be yourself, confidential, fun activities.

Bolton LGBT+ Youth Group meeting groups

A LGBT+ youth group for young people from in and around the Bolton area. Activities include trips out, weekends away, discussions, arts, crafts, sports every second and forth Monday in the month. Phone: 07900680725 Email: sally.carr@theproudtrust.org

Tameside LGBT youth group meeting groups

A group for LGBT young people to meet other young people, make friends, talk about things important to them and have fun! Get in contact for more details and to hear more about what the group get up to! Phone: 0161 368 0076

Piccadily Rats city flags

Street band The Piccadilly Rats adding the Rainbow Flag to their back drop whilst performing

Shopping in Manchester... city flags

Spotted this display near the Arndale Centre, be a queen!!

Travelling Man city flags

Getting your geek on in Travelling Man - showing their support all year round 🙂

Nexus Cafe city flags

Be proud everyday 🙂 sounds good...

Eighth Day Co-Op city flags

Friendly Vegan café and shop sporting the Rainbow Flag!

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Rainbow Noir Rainbow Noir at Manchester Pride representing LGBTQ+ Black and Brown people
Rainbow Noir Rainbow Noir representing LGBTQ+ Black and Brown people
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BYOU Project - Wigan & Leigh meeting groups

(Weekly) A support project for young people (under 19) who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT). If you are not sure and are questioning your sexuality you are also welcome to come along. Email b.youproject@wigan.gov.uk for details of our meeting place and time.

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getting 3 distinctions in college

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passing Politics AS with an A

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Phoenix - Winsford meeting groups

Phoenix - Winsford, 6.00 – 8.00pm, 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Phoenix is a series of youth group for young people aged 13-19 years who identify as LGBT+ (lesbian, gay bisexual, trans, plus other identities) or anyone who is questioning their sexuality or gender identity in the Cheshire West area. For more information please get in touch - click here.

Phoenix - Northwich meeting groups

Phoenix - Northwich, 6.00 – 8.00pm, 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. Phoenix is a series of youth group for young people aged 13-19 years who identify as LGBT+ (lesbian, gay bisexual, trans, plus other identities) or anyone who is questioning their sexuality or gender identity in the Cheshire West area. For more information please get in touch - click here.

Phoenix - Neston meeting groups

Phoenix - Neston, 6.30 – 8.30pm, 3rd Monday of each month. Phoenix is a series of youth group for young people aged 13-19 years who identify as LGBT+ (lesbian, gay bisexual, trans, plus other identities) or anyone who is questioning their sexuality or gender identity in the Cheshire West area. For more information please get in touch - click here.

Phoenix - Chester meeting groups

Phoenix - Chester, 6.30 – 8.30pm, 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Phoenix is a series of youth group for young people aged 13-19 years who identify as LGBT+ (lesbian, gay bisexual, trans, plus other identities) or anyone who is questioning their sexuality or gender identity in the Cheshire West area. For more information please get in touch - click here.

Phoenix - Ellesmere Port meeting groups

Phoenix at  Ellesmere Port, 6.30 – 8.30pm, 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. Phoenix is a series of youth group for young people aged 13-19 years who identify as LGBT+ (lesbian, gay bisexual, trans, plus other identities) or anyone who is questioning their sexuality or gender identity in the Cheshire West area. For more information please get in touch - click here.

YWHP Young Women Health Project meeting groups

Thursdays 4:30-6:30pm at a city centre venue close to the LGBT Centre (M1 7HB). Contact Myrtle on myrtle.finley@theproudtrust.org for more details. YWHP is a project led by and for young lesbian and bisexual women* aged 14-25, or those questioning their sexuality. The project is Manchester based but is open to young lesbian and bisexual women from across the North West.

YOIO Youth Out in Oldham meeting groups

YOIO meets every Tuesday, 4.30 – 6.30pm at The Link Centre, 140 Union Street, Oldham, OL1 1DZ. YOIO is a youth group based in Oldham Town Centre for young lelesbian, gay, bisexual, trans people or those questioning their gender or sexuality aged between 13 and 24 years. YOIO is a safe space for people to meet.

Wednesdays meeting groups

We meet every Wednesday 5:30-7:30pm at a venue in Stockport Town Centre offering a safe space to explore a wide range of activities including arts and crafts, cooking, games and organising our own events to promote Wednesdays. Email: myrtle.finley@theproudtrust.org or text/call Myrtle on 07530 316 656.

Rainbow Reflections meeting groups

The group meets in Sale (Talkshop) weekly. Sally and Hebe are the lead workers at the group. Rainbow Reflections is the Trafford youth group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans people or those questioning their gender or sexuality who are under 25 years old. We are a small, friendly and lively group who like to make food together, go outdoors and do arts and crafts.

WYnotLGBTQ meeting groups

Every Wednesday 6.30 - 8.30pm. At the Forum, Wythenshawe (meeting room 1). Caela Lagdon is the lead youth worker at WYnotLGBTQ. You can contact Caela on 07712 658 207 Wednesday afternoons. 1.30-5.30. We are a youth group for young people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or anyone who is questioning their gender and/or sexuality in Wythenshawe, Manchester. The group is a confidential space for young people to feel safe to be themselves.

LGYM Lesbian Gay Youth Manchester meeting groups

Tuesday 5:30-8pm / Saturday 3pm-7pm Sally and Gordon are the lead workers at the group. Get in touch with us. LGYM is the Manchester youth group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans people or those questioning their gender or sexuality who are under 25 years old. It’s a big group with lots of different people in it who are all really friendly!

Inside Out Rochdale meeting groups
Tuesdays 4.30-6.30pm at a venue on Drake St, Rochdale Town Centre. Inside Out is the Rochdale youth group for lesbian, gay bisexual, trans people or those questioning their gender or sexuality. We do loads of fun activities and no week is ever the same as the last!
The group leader is Matty Donaldson 07873 351 702 matty.donaldson@theproudtrust.org
Afternoon TEA meeting groups
2nd & 4th Sunday 1-3pm at The LGBT Centre. Afternoon TEA is a group for young trans people or those questioning their gender identity. This is a safe and welcoming
trans-only space, and there is cake and tea!
Fusion meeting groups
Every 3rd Sunday of the month 2–5pm
At The LGBT Centre, M1 7HB.
FUSION is group for Black and Asian young lesbian, gay,
bisexual, trans people or those questioning their gender
or sexuality. Come along to discover, understand and explore your identity or just have fun
with nice people!
Q42 meetup meeting groups,our story,places we like

We run a weekly group here at 42nd Street for anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ from 13-18 years old, and interested in digital explorations. As well as being a social space, the group does a number of creative projects and activities. If you’d like to get involved you can email hello@q42.org.uk or call 0161 228 7321 and we’ll give you all the info you need!

OUT! by Manchester Pride places we like

Great history and LGBT landmarks map by the Manchester Pride team. Discover and celebrate the heritage of LGBT communities, including a visual timeline.

Manchester Pride Pride 2017,services

Manchester Pride campaigns for equality and challenges discrimination creates opportunity for engagement and participation, celebrates lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender life and fundraises to enrich and empower LGBT organisations, charities and communities in Greater Manchester.

MEN LGBT History Map places we like

A guide to key moments in Manchester's LGBT history all captured in an interactive map.

Cartwheel Arts - 100 Moments our story,places we like

We are featured in the fantastic 100 Moments website, produced by Cartwheel Arts.

Pride Parade 2017 > End Point Pride 2017

End Point

Pride Parade 2017 > VIP Viewing & Commentary Pride 2017

VIP Viewing & Commentary

Pride Parade 2017 > Parade Start point Pride 2017

Parade Start point

Pride Parade 2017 > Assembly Point Pride 2017

Assembly Point

Rainbow Trust services

Caring for families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness.

The Proud Trust services

Home of the LGBT+ Youth - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and other identities such as asexual, intersex, questioning.

LGBT Foundation services

LGBT Foundation, formerly known as The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF), is a national charity delivering a wide range of services to lesbian, gay and bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities.

LGBT Centre services

Manchester’s LGBT centre is a thriving youth and community centre, based on Sidney Street in the heart of the city. It is the first fully publicly funded 'gay centre' built in Europe.

The Albert Kennedy Trust services

AKT supports young LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made homeless or living in a hostile environment.

Brooke - Manchester services

Sexual health & wellbeing for under 25s. Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for under 19s.

Queer Noise our story

What a brilliant exhibition we saw at the Peoples' History Museum - Queer noise!

Our Q42 Podcast our story

We recorded our Q42 Podcast at the fabolous Horsfall, part of the family. Hear the podcast here. Keep up to date with the Horsfall's events here.

Pride 2016 our story

2016 Pride was epic : ) Here's our Q42 / 42nd Street troupe.

Our Oldham residential our story

We had memorable times at our Oldham residential!

Gaydio our story

On the 31st of May we went to the Manchester Gaydio Studios. See our blog post here.

Urbis places we like

Old Urbis in now the National Football Museum, cool gardens all round.

AMC cinemas places we like

We like going to the pictures here.

Cass Art places we like

A new Arts shop in the Northern Quarter

Fred Aldous places we like

Brilliant Arts & Crafts shop.

Nexus Art CAfe places we like

Nexus Art Cafe is a creative space in the heart of the city centre striving to build community based on an ethos of inclusion, respect and hospitality.

Canal Street landmarks

The centre of the Manchester Gay Village. At night time, and in daytime in the warmer months, the street is filled with visitors, often including gay and lesbian tourists from all over the world.

Alan Turing Memorial landmarks

Turing is shown holding an apple—a symbol classically used to represent forbidden love, as well as being the fruit of the tree of knowledge

Sackville Gardens landmarks

Sackville Gardens sits at the the centre of the Gay Village, by Canal street.

Beacon of Hope landmarks

the UK's only permanent memorial for people living with HIV or AIDS and lives lost to it. The sculpture, a decorated steel column designed by Warren Chapman and Jess Boyn-Daniel, was erected in the year 2000.

Affleck's Palace places we like

Affleck's Palace is an indoor market with dozens of independent stalls, small shops and boutiques.

Cake for all colours visitor

look what I found selling at Witworth Gallery's coffee shop!

New LGBT podcast - Will Young's homo sapiens visitor

Just read this on the paper in the bus

Generic Marker visitor

We, as a guest, made our own marker.

today I love you ! visitor

light instalation at mediacity uk xmas 2016

42nd Street our story,places we like,services

This is Q42's home : ) 42nd Street supports young people aged 11-25 years with their emotional wellbeing and mental health, promoting choice and creativity. We champion young person centred approaches that demonstrate local impact and have national significance. 

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