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Family Pride – Killerton

Killerton House Broadclyst, Exeter

On 9th September 2023 Killerton House is hosting a heritage open day, meaning entry to the house and grounds is free! We will meet at the Engine House from 09:30, which is by the car park near the entrance, and if the weather is good we may set up another meeting point in the grounds. […]


Saxon’s Online LGBT+ Book Club


An online monthly inclusive LGBTQI Book Club which meets on zoom. No set text - you can read whatever you like (fiction, biography, young adult, queer theory, graphic novels, audiobooks etc) as long as there is a link to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning/queer or intersex topics - whether that's the plot line, author, characters, […]


Inclusive Pan-London Collective Forums Meeting


These Inclusive Pan-London Collective Forums Meetings take place online via Zoom at 6pm to 7:30pm on the 2nd Thursday, Bi-monthly (Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, and Nov). Agenda Welcome and Introductions Forum and Partner updates Topics of interest   Facilitated by the Rainbow Boroughs Project For more information:


Stonewall Community Bi Empowerment Programme: Leeds

Wharf Chambers 23-25 Wharf Street, Leeds

This free full-day programme for bi people will give you the chance to explore and celebrate your identity and feel empowered by others in your community. If you’re looking to grow your community and think about what being bi means to you we’d love you to join us and 40 other bi people in London […]


Family Pride- Saltram

Saltram House Saltram, Plymouth

On 17th September 2023 Saltram House is hosting a heritage open day, meaning entry to the house and grounds is free! We will meet at 11am and people are then welcome to split off and explore the grounds, go to the play area or visit as they wish. The opening times are: House 11:00 - […]


LGBT+ Awareness Training

Intercom Trust Zone 1 Wrentham, Business Centre, Exeter

By the end of the training session: Practitioners have an understanding of the social, legal and medical pathways in relation to gender non-conformity and gender dysphoria. Practitioners have knowledge of the Equality Act, gender recognition Act and the laws relating to LGBT+. Practitioners have an understanding of internalised homophobia and transphobia, biphobia and its consequences […]

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