Gay and Lesbians are people who are attracted to their own sex, and Bisexuals are people who are attracted to both sexes
A weekly social group, aimed at gay, lesbian, straight and open minded people of mixed abilities at badminton.
The website gives details of this organisation which provides safe, affordable housing for lesbians in Nottingham.
Provides details of the location, opening times and facilities of a spa and sauna complex for gay and bi men in Nottingham city centre.
A social club for gay and bisexual men into fetish wear, including leather, rubber, skinhead/combat and workgear. The site gives details of its regular local meetings.
Funfit is a gay run and LGBT friendly keep fit service
Information on the gay scene in Nottingham, with details of events, groups and links.
Global Words is a Nottingham-based publishing organisation. They organise an annual LGBT book festival in Nottingham and produce community-led publications, often with LGBT themes.
A look at Nottingham's LGBT history.
LiNK (Lesbians in Nottingham Konnected) has been set up by and for lesbians in the Nottingham and surrounding area to LiNK up with other lesbians for on and off-scene activities.
A sauna and spa (for gay and bisexual men) not far from Nottingham.
This is a group for bisexuals which holds regular monthly meetings at the Lord Roberts pub. You will need to log in to Facebook in order to access their details.
Gay Women's walking group. Planned walks, photographs, quiz and contact information.
The website gives details of the group's ethos and also of their regular meetings.
Provides a safe place for Nottinghams Lesbian mums to get together with their children and spend play time together and talk to other like minded people. You need to be logged into Facebook to access the site.
Nottingham lions is a gay and gay-friendly football club. Their website provides general news and details of fixtures.
Provides information about the annual LGBT Pride Festival held in Nottingham
An LGBT History Project for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. The site provides many display materials, audio clips and documents which can be downloaded.
Providing support and information for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and trans people. Information on socialising, support groups,legal issues, counselling, HIV/AIDS, coming out and police liaison.
Provies information on Nottinghamshire Police’s commitment to supporting the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* (LGBT) community, links to several local services and advice on reporting LGBT hate crimes.
Nottingham Trent University's LGBTQIA website gives details of their activities and events and links to their Facebook and Twitter pages.
The website provides details of this Nottingham-based not-for-profit organisation which works to counteract homophobia in schools. You will need to log in to Facebook to access the page.
Provides information about this Nottingham-based social/support group for LGBT young people aged 11 to 19.
A Nottingham-based, gay run, LGBT friendly service providing luxury limousines and wedding cars.
Provides information about this gay club based in the Lace Market as well as links to their Facebook and Twitter pages.
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire's lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans bimonthly newsletter
QTIPOC Notts is a social group for lgbtqia+ people of colour in Nottingham and surrounding areas. You will need to log into Facebook to access this site.
QT Notts group is a social network for LGBTIQA people in Nottingham and the surrounding area. It operates via an e-mail list.
Seeyou Tuesday is a lesbian social group. Their activities can be accessed via their Facebook page.
A self-help/support group for people affected by HIV living in the Nottingham/Nottinghamshire area.
The Lord Roberts was a gay pub on Broad Street in Nottingham. It is now better described as LGBT friendly. You will need to log into Facebook to access the page.
Lesbian and gay bar located at the rear of the Victoria Centre. The bar has late nights, discos, cabaret, live entertainment and karaoke. You need to log in to Facebook in order to gain access.
The website describes the activities of the University of Nottingham's lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans network.
A confidential support service which provides details of this group that meets regularly in Worksop and welcomes LGBT young people from across the County.
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