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Did you know Nottingham had the UK's first genuinely licensed Gay Club?
As well as one of the first openly gay Councillors and the country’s third LGBT telephone helpline – Notts Lesbian and Gay Switchboard, a registered charity founded in 1974.
Nottingham has a variety of social, cultural and support services for LGBT people. As well as a large club, 4 bars and some occasional one-nighters, each July Nottingham hosts a successful Pride event which is completely free, great fun and utterly diverse.
Social groups are there for people who like “eating out”, or Dr Who, or real ale. There is a successful men’s social group, an LGBT Christian group, a women’s writers group and two transgender groups.
For those into healthy physical activity there are both men’s and women’s football teams, a rugby team, two badminton groups, four walking/outdoor groups and a men’s health club and sauna. Both universities and some colleges have LGBT societies.
For communication, there is a useful women’s e-mail list (LiNK Notts), a quarterly free women’s newsletter (Lookout) and QB, a bimonthly free LGBT newsletter – which can be downloaded from Switchboard’s website.
A range of health-related support services are provided by HGN - Health Gay Nottingham.
As information details change rapidly, accurate updates can always be provided by Notts Lesbian and Gay Switchboard. Contact them for details of anything mentioned here or to check information you have gathered elsewhere.
NG1 club 76-80 Lower Parliament Street, Nottingham
The New Foresters pub, 18 St Anns Street, Nottingham
Queen of Clubs, club, Heathcoat Street, Nottingham.
Unique, bar, 5 Broadway, Nottingham.
The Lord Roberts pub, 24 Broad Street, Nottingham
Propaganda bar, 8-10 Broadway, the Lace Market, Nottingham
Healthy Gay Nottingham, 12 Broad Street, Nottingham
Useful web links
All information for LGBT visitors to Nottingham can be obtained by contacting Lesbian and Gay Switchboard.
Links to the websites of local LGBT groups and organisations can all be viewed here.
Celebrate Armed Forces Day on 29 June 2013 with a variety of offers at venues across Nottingham. See listings for details of the specific offers and conditions. Some offers are part of the Armed Forces Day Big Night Out discounts, check the dedicated web page for more details.
From: Wednesday, 10th April 2013
To: Saturday, 29th June 2013