Throughout February, an exhibition detailing the work of Croydon's various LGBT groups will be on display on the first floor of Croydon Central Library. The library will also be staging an exhibition of the work of LGBT Photographer Tom Dingley, either in the library itself, or in the foyer.
Quality live entertainment, including Soul Diva Angie Brown, grand raffle and a DJ to get us all in a dancing mood. In aid of Metrocharity (which runs The Bridge, Croydon's support group for young LGBT people) and Croydon Pride Trust,
The autumn tournament reaches its conclusion.
How can your experience of health and social care influence service change? Croydon’s health and social care services are undergoing dramatic change. Our role, to gain experiences and feedback to those who run services, has never been more important. Hear about our achievements in 2016-17 and our future plans. Guest speaker: The Mayor of Croydon, Cllr Toni Letts, will talk about the importance of the citizens’ voice in health and social care delivery. You will also see a launch demonstration of our new way to review services.
in the presence of the Mayor of Croydon, Councillor Toni Letts, and featuring performances from local singer Katie Rose, Croydon jazz diva Gill Manly, LGBT cabaret artist Mark Bunyan, and the Rainbows Across Borders Chorus. There may be others yet to be confirmed. So come and celebrate LGBT History in style! To book your place, send an email to email@example.com or call me on 020 8777 1898.
A meeting for all CAGS members and their friends. A Peter Scott-Presland talk on history and future of Pride.
A meeting for all CAGS members and their friends.Group discussion on being gay at work and in different cultures. Come and join in the lively debate. Last discussion attracted twenty people.
Came and join CAGS and other LGBT groups in the parade (gathering 12:15 in Poplar Walk / North End), and then on to the festival in the Queen's Gardens, for stalls and entertainment. There will be a CAGS stall, also showcasing other local groups.
The first Croydon Pride for many years was held on the 28th of August, with a parade through the town centre and a festival in Surrey Street.
Croydon's LGBT+ police consultation group. Please note change of date.