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Worksop Out On Wednesday

Worksop Out On Wednesdays is a free confidential support service for young people aged 16- 25 who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or are questioning their sexuality.

 

We get together on a Wednesday from 6.30pm to 8.30pm and this gives us chance to meet other young people in similar situations and get advice and support and counselling about issues which affect us as young LGBTQ people. We can also access C-Card services and free sexual health information and contraception.



Other organisations working with the LGBTQ community:

Groups:

W.O.W

Worksop Out on Wednesdays (at The Centre Place)

www.centreplace.org.uk

Abbey Street, Worksop, S80 2LA

Free, confidential service for 16 to 25 year olds providing support, advice and guidance.

 

Outburst (Young people’s LGBT group)
A group for lesbian, gay and bisexual young people up to the age of 25.

An opportunity to meet with other people of a similar age and sexuality, and to share common views and to have some fun.

The group meets weekly on Wednesdays at NGY myplace, 29 - 31 Castle Gate, Nottingham.

Phone Base 51 on 952 5040 for details



Networking websites:

http://www.ukgaynetwork.com/

www.queeryouth.org.uk

www.transyouth.org

http://www.thegyc.com/

http://www.iglyo.com/ (international network)

 

Magazines:

Queer Bulletin (can be sourced from http://www.qbnotts.btck.co.uk/ online and also requested paper versions at a small cost)

Out (www.out.com)

 

Information and resources:

Stonewall

www.stonewall.org.uk

Lesbian, gay and bisexual charity.

Provides resources and information for the LGBTQ community and professionals.

 

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Lesbian and Gay Switchboard
Has provided information and support to LGBT people in and around Nottinghamshire since 1975.

Information on pubs, clubs, social groups, support groups and services, accommodation, legal issues, police liaison, TV/TS, AIDS/HIV/safer sex,“coming out”, publications, flatshare/houseshare … or just someone to talk to.
Switchboard will also provide training on LGB issues for other organisations.
New volunteers welcome.

Monday to Friday 7-9.30 pm 0115 9348485 or 01623 621515 –answerphone at other times. Or write to: NLGS, 7 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NG1 3FB ore-mail notts@lgswitchboard.fsnet.co.uk
www.nottslgs.org.uk
and www.nottslgshistory.btck.com


Nottinghamshire’s Rainbow Heritage
A local LGBT project providing history and cultural information celebrating LBGT lives.

Email- nottsrh@hotmail.co.uk or visit: www.nottsrainbowheritage.org.uk


FFLAG (Friends and Families of Lesbians and Gays)

Provide support for parents coming to terms with lesbian or gay children.

0845 652 0311   www.fflag.org.uk   FFLAG PO Box 495, Little Stoke, Bristol, BS34 9AP.


Health 

G.U.M. CLINIC NOTTINGHAM

GUM Clinic, City Hospital, Hucknall Road. 0115 962 7744 


Hate crime reporting:

Reporting a Homophobic Incident in Nottinghamshire
If it is an emergency, use 999, otherwise use the Homophobic Incident reporting line on 101


Stop Hate Crime UK
www.stophateuk.org

This organisation is supported by Nottinghamshire Police and by bother City and County Councils.


Police Gay And Bisexual Support Network   (Notts)

Support network for LGB employees in Nottinghamshire Police. Confidential non police mobile number with 24 hour answerphone.

07879 890041