Renaissance is a long-established support group for trans people of all ages from across the whole trans spectrum, including cross-dressers, gender-fluid and non-binary people. Meets twice a month at the Gynway Guesthouse, Blackpool – on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the calendar month.
There is a small admission charge on meeting nights to cover costs of the food, tea / coffee and the venue.
The meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, starting round 6pm. Overnight accommodation is available, recommend early booking [stayovers can of course be extended as required].
A fortnightly Social & Support Group for gay and bisexual men aged over 25. Every Wednesday 10 am-12 noon. For more information call Anthony at Horizon on 07875 355390 or Leah on 07811 732344, or on the office number 01253 311431.
A social group for anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans*, variations thereof, and their supporters.
( You don’t have to identify as LGB or T* to be an Ally.)
Ist and 3rd Tuesday of every month, 6pm-8pm.
A support group for those living with and affected by HIV. Meeting every other Wednesday at 10am – 12 noon. For details of the next meeting call 01253 311431.
This Calderdale-based Older LGBT Social Group meets monthly on the first Saturday of the month at Todmorden Library from 1-3 pm.
“Over The Rainbow Social Group: Fun, Laughter, Friendships. An independent social group for older LGBTI+ people. We run the sessions ourselves and have discussions on a wide range of topics. We go out for meals, visit the theatre and local places of interest. We represent all sections of the LGBTI + community and meet in an accessible venue and plan quarterly Queer-related free films at the Library; open to the public.
“Feel free to meet us at the Library, or if it’s too daunting to just turn up, you can contact us first on Facebook ‘Older LBGTs- Calderdale’, email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Or call/text: 07901 854823 (answerphone).”
Todmorden Library is wheelchair-accessible, via an automated, push button, door and ramp, accessed from Hall Street, to the right of the library, (when facing the main entrance). Library staff can be called upon for assistance on 01706 815600, or OTR members can help, if contacted beforehand.
The meeting room is to the rear of the library, to the right of the access ramp.