Contact the Webmaster at  lgbtshrewsbury@hotmail.com 

       Upcoming Events:

  • 18 January Ex Libris book reading discussion group. The Hive at 1030.
  • 1-28 February Shropshire LGBT history month festival. The list of events is here
  • 1 February Chill Out Xtra short walk. Meet outside the Shrewsbury Coffeehouse at 10am. Wear boots if you have them. 
  • 3 February Border Women monthly social in the town centre at 11am. Details here
  • 3 February Clarion Choir initial meeting. 2pm at Friends' Meeting House, Corporation Lane, Coton Hill, SY1 2NU. 
  • 4 February Gay Outdoor Club hike up Caer Caradog. Meet at Church Stretton Co-op car park at 11am. Bring picnic, wear boots. Details
  • 5 February Chill Out Mondays social in the OMH. From 8.15pm. All welcome.
  • 5 February C:21 club Fabulous night, with guest cabaret act Tanya Hyde. Free entry. 

  Updated 15 January 2018 

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This is the site for all the Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans stuff happening in the Shrewsbury area. Several groups meet regularly, and additional events get added from time to time. The site's ten pages also contain links to help and support, and a bit about Shrewsbury and its history.

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    Latest News:

  • February looks like being a monster of a month for Shropshire's LGBT members! History Month has a record 15 events, and not all in Shrewsbury either. The Gay Outdoor Club is holding one of their walks nearby on 4th February if you fancy a demanding climb up Caer Caradog's 'north face'. There's the launch of a new Clarion Choir which is seeking voices. And we have all of our usual monthly events too. Please note that our Shrewsbury Chill Out Xtra monthly walks are reverting to Thursday mornings to suit more people.   
  • History Month this year takes the whole month, kicking off in Shrewsbury with two exhibitions in The Hive and at the Museum & Art Gallery. Singular events include a mock trial, creative map making using ceramics, the BAFTA nominated film I Am Not Your Negro and documentary Tom of Finland, plus several fascinating talks on various themes. In Oswestry there's a 1940s tea dance to celebrate love in all its forms (how beautiful is that?), another chance to see the wonderful Call Me By Your Name, and a talk. Church Stretton has a night of poetry led by a poet in residence (where you can read yours if you wish). In Wellington there's a talk about Shrewsbury's bloody assizes when lots of gay men were locked up within living memory. Have a look at our What's On page so you don't miss out.    
  • Wanted to sing in a choir but couldn't find one you liked? Dave Bissett is creating Shrewsbury Clarion Choir and asked us whether any of our readers would like to join. All genders and voices welcome, the repertoire will include songs of peace and protest and it will be led by Roxane Smith. Inaugural get together Saturday 3 February from 2pm to 5pm in the Friends' Meeting House, Corporation Lane, Coton Hill, Shrewsbury SY1 2NU. £10 to cover costs. Please contact Dave in advance on 01938 570446 or bosky@btinternet.com.
  • National / international LGBT News here
  • Regional LGBT News for the Midlands here.