LGBT Croydon

Resources and support groups for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trans people in the London Borough of Croydon

2017

Film: Who Will Love Me Now?

The Documentary follows Saar who arrived in the UK at twenty-one after having been kicked out of his religious Kibbutz in Israel for being gay. Following the highs and lows that accompanied his newfound freedom, Saar discovered an alternative family with The London Gay Men’s Chorus, and he also found out that he is HIV positive. After nineteen years spent in the UK, he decides to reach out to his conservative Israeli family in an attempt at reconciliation. Now his parents are coming to visit…

CAGS Committee Meeting

Come and join the Committee meeting and contribute your views to the proceedings.Note this one starts early at 12:30. Apologies to moving last month's (my fault) without informing everybody but you do need to ring the host to tell him that you're coming.This time at David's in East Croydon.

S.L.A.G.O Away Day trip to Brighton

Our annual trip to Brighton for members of all SLAGO groups. We'll be travelling in the fourth coach from the front of the 11.20 from Victoria, calling at Clapham Junction at 11.26, East Croydon at 11.35,arriving Brighton at 12.16. Lunch at 12.45 for 1.15 at Café Bella 120 St James's Street. The afternoon is free, meeting 5.30 for early evening meal at the Post & Telegraph Wetherspoons, 155–158 North Street,BN1 1EA.

S.L.G Gallery Visit

Join the S.L.G group for a visit to the recently opened Newport Street Gallery.Contains Damien Hurst's art collection. Admission free. (Vauxhall tube) Followed by lunch at the Windmill pub, 44 Lambeth High St, SE1 7JS.

Naturist Swim

12 noon to 2pm Bloomsbury.Join James for a naturist swim in the basement pool at University of London Union, Malet Street, Bloomsbury. Admission £5. Down stairs (opposite the entrance) and ask for a locker key at the desk,for which you have to leave some identification. After stripping, take your £5 to the pool with you. Strictly naturist. Goodge Street tube.

Visit to Lambeth Palace Gardens

Friday 7th April, 12 pm – 3 pm Join us for floral delight at the oldest cultivated garden in London. Archbishop Justin Welby opens his 11 acre garden to the public, each first monthly friday 12 – 3 pm. Entry fee £5 (goes to charity). We suggest bringing a packed lunch. Drinks are available.Meet at noon outside the main entrance, near Lambeth Bridge - if late join later in the garden.

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