Aylesbury Vale LGBT Social Group

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We’re an LGBTIQ+ Voluntary Community Organisation that organises events and social gatherings, primarily in and around the Aylesbury Vale area of Buckinghamshire in the United Kingdom.

We also work with several local stakeholders including:

BucksMIND, Bucks HealthWatch, Discover Buckinghamshire Museum, The Whiteleaf Centre, The Mandeville Practice, Buckinghamshire Council, Aylesbury Town Council, International Gender and Sexuality Alliance, Support U and others.

Come and meet fellow members of YOUR local LGBTIQ+ Community, their friends, families and allies, in a relaxed, safe and socially enhancing atmosphere, at our
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Twice-Monthly LGBT+ Coffee Posse
The Hop Pole Craft Beer & Grill
83 Bicester Road
HP19 9AZ

2nd and 4th Saturday of each Month between 2:30 pm and 4:30 pm
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or any of the other events that we organise throughout the year

We also, periodically, have a stall or can be seen supporting other LGBT+ Associations and Support Organisations at several LGBT+ centred events, all over the UK


Please see our Events Page for Up-to-Date Information and Links – https://aylesburyvalelgbt.co.uk/events


Aylesbury Vale LGBT Social Group is primarily a “Community Organisation” and “Social Group.”

We are not currently licensed nor certified to act as a “Support Group” or any other kind of structured “Support Network.” However, we do have access to a growing number of highly trained professionals and registered support organisations, for which we can provide contact details, for you to gain access, who may be in a better position to offer the level of support you need. Alternatively, if required, we can undertake any necessary referrals on your behalf.

Thank You for Your Kind Understanding.

Services provided for

  1. All LGBT+ Communities
  2. Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnicities
  3. Intersex/Variations in Sex Characteristics (VSC)
  4. Men
  5. Non-UK Residents
  6. People of Faith
  7. People over 50
  8. People with disabilities
  9. Women
  10. Young People

Key areas of work

  1. Advice/Information
  2. Advocacy
  3. Befriending/1:1
  4. Counselling
  5. Disability
  6. Domestic Abuse
  7. Drop-in Service
  8. Equal Opportunities/Discrimination
  9. Events
  10. Gender
  11. Harassment
  12. Hate Crime
  13. Healthcare
  14. Helpline
  15. Mental Health
  16. Networks
  17. Pride
  18. Research
  19. Resource Library
  20. Self-help/Support Group
  21. Sexual Health
  22. Sexual Violence

Contact Details


07921 662794


[email protected]



Opening Hours

Meeting Times

2nd and 4th Saturdays of Each Month 2:30pm to 4:30pm

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