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       Upcoming Events:

  • 13 December Oswestry film season Transamerica at Kinekulture Cinema, 9 Arthur Street, SY11 1JN. Details here.
  • 14 December Ex Libris book reading discussion group. The Hive at 1030.
  • 2 January Chill Out Mondays social in the Old Market Hall. 8.15pm. All welcome.
  • 5 January Chill Out Xtra walk at 10am. Look out for further details nearer the time. 
  • 6 January Border Women monthly social in the town centre. 11am. Contact for details. 

  Updated 12 December 2017 

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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:

  • There's still time to take in the last of Oswestry's LGBT films. Details here.
  • December's book readers' meet up (Ex Libris) will be held one week early on 14 December to avoid the Christmas closure. 
  • January's Chill Out will be on Tuesday 2 January to avoid the New Year closure. 
  • OMH is screening top reviewed film Call Me By Your Name 5-11 January. You can book it here
  • Fancy creating some LGBT ceramics? Or attending a tea dance or a mock trial? LGBT History month in Shrewsbury will be offering an eclectic mix of 11 events throughout February, plus events in Oswestry and Wellington. See our What's On page for dates and details, and how to book a place. 
  • A unique piece of research to map where gay people live by The Economist features Shrewsbury. Read it here
  • We have been offered a free hair styling, wig application, wig styling and make up skills demonstration class by an experienced hairstylist. Fran says the class might be something people would really enjoy, good fun, and could be empowering and confidence building. The class date would be arranged next year to suit Fran and people taking up the offer. Please email us if you'd like to know more. 
  • The University of Bristol is doing research into older men’s experiences of seeking social engagement and combating loneliness in later life. They would like to talk to gay, bisexual or trans men aged 65+ who would like to take part, and are offering a £20 voucher as a thank you. They would visit to meet face to face at a convenient time. For more info contact Paul Willis on 0117 3310 640 or email.   
  • National / international LGBT News here
  • Regional LGBT News for the Midlands here.