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The regular get-together for members of the SLAGO groups.
Today's menu: Deep fried haddock & tartar sauce with Chips and Mushy peas and Homemade coleslaw
Vegetable lasagne with Chips, Coleslaw
Dessert: Apple and black cherry pie
For all LGBT asylum seekers.
Representatives of the various SLAGO groups will discuss the programme for the months ahead.
4.30 for 5pm to 8pm show. A talk with slides by Ian Gledhill on Crystal Palace, with pictures about its history and transport links. Cost is £6 with interval food included, book this by Wednesday 4 May at the latest. All welcome.
Croydon's LGBT Police Consultation Group.
CAGS and SLG member Tony Walton talks about his new writing project.
Croydon's commemoration event in advance of Tuesday's International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. We plan to have a small display in the volunteer centre (which is to remain there for the week) and members of the LGBT community will be on hand during the day to hand out leaflets and answer questions.
Our regular event for all trans people at our usual venue.
A special service in commemoration of IDAHOT, with contributions by Ross Burgess and Rainbow Singers Across Borders.
Country ramble (about 5 miles) led by Francis over Riddlesdown and Kenley Common visiting the War memorial on Kenley Aerodrome.Lunch at the Wattendon Arms with its aerodrome memorabilia. Meet Kenley station at 10.30.Train (Caterham) from East Croydon at 10.17, arrives 10.32.
Group returns by bus from Coulsdon.
Open to all members just ring Ross or Roger as its at their place in Purley
A world-wide day of action against LGBT hate crime.
Join South London Gays for a visit to the Museum of Brands 11am Notting Hill. Discover how well known brands evolved through their creative use of packaging and advertising. Meet by main entrance at 111 Lancaster Road, W11 1QT (nr. Ladbroke Grove tube). Admission £7.50, concs £5. Optional lunch approx 12.30pm at the Eagle pub, 250 Ladbroke Grove, W10 5LP. Contact is Terry on 020 8674 5191.
For LGBT people over 50. Just turn up.
Luke Dowding will be talking about the work of the Soho Gathering. 3F is the central London Fellowship of LGCM, the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement.
The main speaker will be the author and secularist Terry Sanderson. His books include Adventures of a Happy Homosexual. Hear what CHE has been doing over the last year, and put questions to the Executive. Refreshments provided. No charge, but it would help our planning if you let us know you intend to come along.
The Annual General Meeting of Croydon Area Gay Society. All paid-up members welcome. Discuss the achievements of the past year and plans for the future, Elect the new Officers and Committee.
Join S.L.G group to see the EXHIBITION: Sicily: culture and conquest 10.30am Bloomsbury. Sicily’s fascinating stories – from the arrival of the Greeks and their encounters with the Phoenicians and other settlers, to the extraordinary period of enlightenment under Norman rule in the 11th to 13th centuries.Followed by optional lunch in the Shakespeare’s Head (Wetherspoons), 64-68 Kingsway, Holborn WC2B 6BG.
We'll be reading 'Ballad of Reading Gaol ' By Oscar Wilde
Malcolm invites you to West Norwood for late afternoon/early evening 4-8 pm. £3 donation for food and please ring him before the 26th to book in.
Council run lunch. Do come along to help support this.
Representatives of Croydon's LGBT groups will review LGBT History Month events, and plan for the future.
For all LGBT asylum seekers. Session Four : Education and Training : Promotion of Mental Health
Another not to be missed party at chairman David's house in East Croydon. Bring a bottle and £3 to cover food expenses.
Streatham MP Chuka Umunna looks at the EU’s role in championing equality for LGBTI people and the work left to be done.
Members of the various SLAGO groups will gather in Croydon.
Silver Rainbow Lunch for lesbians and gay men over 50.
(64 bus from East Croydon to Old Farleigh Road. Drivers use Sainsbury’s car park)
3F member Steve Lowe will be talking about the gospels' affirmation of LGBT people. 3F is the central London Fellowship of LGCM, the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement.
CAGS has been invited to get involved again this year.
Classical music at Tony's in Shirley. Program chosen by Peter M. Meet at 7:30 for 8pm start.
The annual parade through central London.
We'll be discussing 'The Friendly Young Ladies' By Mary Renault
For all LGBT asylum seekers. Session Five : Education and Training : Promotion of Mental Health
Croydon's LGBT police consultation group.
Council run lunch. For lesbians and gaymen over 50. Advance booking required. 12:00 for 12:30 Cost £7 pay on the firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on 07594 572 623.
Mansel Stimpson has been a film critic for What's on in London and Gay Times. He's currently chief reviewer and co-editor of the annual Film Review (http://www.filmreviewdaily.com/). He will be talking about his life and his experiences of gay life in the 1970s. as described in his book No Drum To Beat, published in 2014 but written 30 years before. No charge, open to all.
Silver rainbow lunch for the mainly over 50's lesbian and gaymen. Open to all.
Film night on Friday, main event (march, park and dance party) on Saturday, wind-down with a picnic on the beach (weather permitting) on Sunday.
We'll be reading James Miranda Barry By Patricia Duncker
12:00 for 12:30 Lunch for lesbians and gay men over 50. £7 Booking required: email@example.com or leave a message on 07594 572 623.
Now being marketed as "the UK’s biggest and best Pride event."
Mainly for lesbians and gay men over 50 but its a sociable lunch, open to all.Just turn up.
We'll be reading 'The Gracekeepers' By Kirsty Logan
We hope to meet up with members of TAGS (The Arun Gay Society). More details later.
for lesbians and gay men over 50. £7 Booking required: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on 07594 572 623.
Silver rainbow lunch for the mainly over 50's Lesbian and gaymen but all welcome at venue see below.
We'll be discussing 'Mr Loverman' By Bernardine Evaristo
for the over 50's lesbians and gaymen. £7. Booking required: email@example.com or leave a message on 07594 572 623.
Silver rainbow lunch for the mainly over 50's lesbian and gaymen but all welcome.
We'll be discussing 'The City of Devi 'By Manil Suri
Silver Rainbow Lunch for the mainly over 50's lesbian and gaymen.
More details nearer the date.
More details to follow.
We'll be discussing 'In a Strange Room'' By Damon Galgut
12:00 for 12:30. for lesbians and gay men over 50. Booking required in advance. £7 payable on the day. firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on 07594 572 623.
We'll be discussing Alexander McQueen : Beneath the Skin By Andrew Wilson