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  Updated 4 August 2019 

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    Latest News: 

  • We had a watery Pink Picnic inside the Bandstand, with a personal performance by singer songwriter Jhenni! A nice time for all.  
  • XYZ youth group aren't holding their usual meets during the school holidays and instead have special seasonal events - trips out and barbeques. Details from the XYZ youth group co-ordinator. Facebook link
  • Oswestry Film Society have screenings of two films of interest this month. See Events Listings below.
  • Please note that this year's Rainbow Film Festival has been postponed to a new date. We expect to hear in August when it will be held. 
  • ​​National / international LGBT News here
  • Midlands LGBT News here.  And the monthly Midlands Zone magazine can be viewed here (scroll to bottom).

    Events Listings:

  • 3 August Border Women meet at 11am in a town centre location. Details
  • 5 August Chill Out Mondays social. Old Market Hall cafe bar. From 8.15pm.
  • 5 August Free cabaret Fabulous night with drag artist The Vivienne. Around 11pm in Havana (formerly C:21 club).
  • 6 August Screening of Disobedience by Oswestry Film Society at Kinoculture, Oswestry. 
  • 7 and 8 August Screening of We Are Animals by Oswestry Film Society at Kinoculture, Oswestry. 
  • ​12 August Swimming TAGS for anyone identifying as trans. Shortwood School, Limekiln Lane, Wellington TF1 2JA at 7pm. Email to confirm.. 
  • 15 August Ex Libris LGBT book group. Meet at 1030 in The Hive, Belmont to discuss The Book of Ebenezer Le Page by G.B. Edwards.. 
  • 19 August Free cabaret Fabulous night with drag artist Brenda LaBeau. Around 11pm in Havana (formerly C:21 club). 


This is the site for all the Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans stuff happening in the Shrewsbury area. Several groups meet regularly, and extra stuff happens too. The site's eleven pages contain links to everything. ​If you have something to add please tell us.

If you’d like to join the tiny organising teams don’t be shy -  please step forward and tell us!