Coming to the town centre 3rd May 2020, it’s one of The Penny Banks, Big Tribute Sunday. With popular P!nk tribute Kyla Porter “Almost Pink”.Continue reading Kyla Porter “Almost Pink” this May
Scunthorpe LGBT team’s first event of 2019 is onSATURDAY 6TH APRIL 2019
Everyone is welcome as long as they are friendly.
TICKETS ARE NOW VERY LIMITED!
OVER 18’S ONLY
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Dress code is smart casual but get as dressed up as you like. Don’t be afraid to be bright and bold with a little bit of glamour.
TICKETS / PAYMENT
You can purchase a table of 10 for a discounted price of £90.
Single tickets are £10 each.
The physical tickets are now available at The Wortley Hotel reception.
Email us: email@example.com
Everyone is welcome! Inclusion not exclusion.
Press Release: Scunthorpe LGBT Continue reading Scunthorpe LGBT // Press Release
UPDATE: NEXT EVENT 6TH APRIL AT THE WORTLEY HOTEL.
LATEST EVENT INFO
Scunthorpe LGBT Community page on Facebook
In the area an LGBT Friendly night has ceased to exist for a number of years. Some members of the local community felt we needed one.
Article Updated:Continue reading New LGBT Friendly Club Night // Scunthorpe
Update : Abusive comments and aggression from the public towards the Rainbow Flag Raising. Click here to see the reaction to the event.
We received an email with the below event info. It is more of a support event than a Pride or LGBT night event. Back in the early 2000’s we had nights out and support groups. Perhaps this can progress into something more for the LGBT of Scunthorpe and involve them in doing so but personally a support event isn’t the most exciting or encouraging thing for a young member of the LGBT community.
I know we preferred a drag act and a foam party back then at the Baths Hall. Fun events with optional support and info was a lot more attractive back in our younger days….but we shall see. If you show your support to the other events perhaps it will show demand.
What would you like to see done for the local LGBT community?
P.s Don’t forget the free pride event at Queen’s Gardens in Hull on July 21st. Always a good day!
HERE’S THE INFO:
Rainbow Café launch event on the 7th August 2018 at 3pm finishing at 6pm based at Café Indiependent, Scunthorpe High Street.
On the day there will be advice stalls, raffles, cosmetic advice, activities and a chance to network with local supporters.
The Rainbow Café is a North Lincolnshire Council venture committed to providing a safe, supportive and welcoming drop-in for people who identify as part of the LGBT+ community.
The drop-in aims to ensure everyone has access to support and advice around mental health and discrimination issues and is a safe place for people to meet and talk.
The Rainbow Café is a community point of contact; we are committed to ensuring everyone has access to non-judgmental support and advice around:
Positive mental health and awareness of mental health resources.
Sexual health – links into local clinics
Accessing pathways to counselling
We encourage attendance from supporters, friends, family, carers, and anyone questioning their orientation, as well as straight allies.
Any enquiries please contact 01724 296633
Last year Scunthorpe LGBT ran a number of no pressure, casual and social meet ups. Where for one night all LGBT of the area is invited to attend Cafe INDIEpendent on Scunthorpe High Street.
Due to uncertain attendance and lack of volunteers to help promote and run the session they have not yet started up again in the new years.
Last year over the sessions, Scunthorpe LGBT meet ups attracted on average 20-30 people on a good month and maybe 5-10 on a slow month. Continue reading Scunthorpe LGBT Need Your Help
Note that this article contains words that some readers may find to show us to be stereotyping
On facebook, a new event which literally took facebook famous people by storm are ‘meet-ups’ where a huge group of facebookers meet. Usually, they all end up with Police being called and with eggs and flour being thrown at someone.
Approximately 1-in-3 young people are gay, lesbian or bi-sexual and half of the time, we don’t even know about it! There are so many reasons why young people would want to keep their sexuality quiet.
Inspired by the meet-ups hosted on facebook, some members of Scunthorpe LGBT are thinking of planning one but before we host one, we want to find out what you would think if we did host one.
We are inviting you and your friends to come along and meet new people, no matter what sexuality. We would like anybody…
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