Local networks are key to building full and happy lives. In our list of local LGBT groups across the UK, find anything from mentoring to shared interest groups.
There are many local, national and online groups dedicated to challenging the discrimination that LGBT people experience on a daily basis. Groups offer one-to-one support for individuals as well as a fun way to get together under a hugely different amount of banners, from Green Politics, to Scrabble meets, to just providing a nice and comfortable place to hang out.
Below are some great resources to help you find what groups are in your area.
GALHA promotes Humanism as a free-thinking, rational, ethical worldview. It campaigns for equality and diversity, particularly relating to sexual orientation and identity.
Has groups around the UK for LGBT men and women wanting to take part in outdoor and indoor sports. Lots of events, treks, and sub-groups to get you exploring the British countryside with friends.
Liverpool-based community group dedicated to providing a safe space for LGBT youth. Part of the Young Person Advisory Service, GYRO has plenty of resources online to supplement face-to-face interactions.
Central point for information on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans groups and projects across the South West.
Based in Newcastle, LGBT Fed hosts a range of events and learning activities in the area. Past events included video-making workshops and dances. Active community board and bulletin.
Full info on LGBT student groups across the UK. Find your university in the list and use the associated links to find new groups.
An e-magazine that contains a great deal of information about LGBT news, health, events, and more. Contains links to local groups in Southwest England: Bristol, Somerset and Wiltshire.
Dedicated to justice and equality for LGBT groups, Stonewall is a brilliant site that focuses on cultural and attitudinal change. With offices around the UK, Stonewall is the go-to point for many LGBT professionals and LGBT-friendly businesses.
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