through the village of Bexley, with almshouses, many 18th century houses, and St Mary's church. Through Churchfield woods and onto Hall Place and gardens. After rain one section can get very muddy: suitable footware suggested. Meet Bexley station 11.15am.
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Jeremy Marks talks about the ’Courage’ movement for gay evangelical Christians, which has changed its ministry from ‘cure’ to acceptance.
Followed by a social event at a Wimbledon venue.
Merton LGBT Forum in collaboration with Crossroads Care South Thames, will host a coffee afternoon from 2pm till late. Admission free.
We're trying out a new venue this evening
for gay men and lesbians over 50.
Owing to illness this event (scheduled for the Waterside Centre) will now take place at the Boulevard, South Croydon.
An evening of classical CDs with Tony and Stephen in Shirley. Programme arranged by Peter.
the lesbian novelist and performer gave us a fascinating and entertaining account of her life and her approach to writing.
Addressing topics raised by the Government's current consultation document. Visitors and members are invited to comment from the floor.
See also the CAGS Press Release at www.cags.org.uk/pressrel-2012-04.htm.