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- Cambridge Regional College“Wear Rainbow Day” – We asked students and staff to wear colours of the rainbow or any other LGBTQIA+ flag on a specific day. Loads of students and staff got involved and we took lots of photos and also managed to get more students to sign up to our LGBTQIA+ club. Badge Making We asked… Read More »Cambridge Regional College
- Surrey History CentreSurrey History Centre in Woking had an exciting and varied programme of activity for LGBT+ History Month and you can see the full list for this year on our Exploring Surrey’s Past website newsflash page https://www.exploringsurreyspast.org.uk/lgbt-hm-2022/. This website hosts a vast resource for Surrey’s LGBTQ+ community including biographies, research guides, case studies and community feedback. Di… Read More »Surrey History Centre
- Tonic HousingOur first LGBT+ History Month at Tonic@Bankhouse After becoming the UK’s first LGBT+ retirement community when we officially launched last summer, we were thrilled to be able to celebrate our very first LGBT+ History Month at Tonic@Bankhouse last week with some of our new residents, who are now settling in! To mark the occasion, we… Read More »Tonic Housing
- Oxfordshire librariesOngoing displays in Oxfordshire County Library with books and e-display boards. Vibrancy, diverse and inclusive book displays in all main areas.
- MirthyMirthy provides online events for older adults. For LGBT+ History Month we have a talk by Norena Shopland who is an author/historian specialising in the history of sexual orientation and gender identity : Much of women’s history has been dominated by exclusion – but where exclusion exists there will always be those who challenge that… Read More »Mirthy
- Downing Place United Reformed ChurchWe held a celebratory service to mark the start of LGBT+ History Month, featuring songs by local LGBT+ community choir Sing Out Cambridge. The service was planned by members of Open Table Cambridge, which provides a safe sacred space for LGBT+ Christians and allies. Lots of people have been involved in creating a stunning display… Read More »Downing Place United Reformed Church