On Monday 14th May from 11am till 2pm the Bradford & Disabled People’s Forum and Equality Together are jointly holding an soup and chat event in the Chaat Café at Manningham Mills Community Centre to mark and raise awareness of Mental Health Awareness Week which runs from Monday 14th May to Sunday 20th May 2018.
Meeting Friday 18.30 – 20.30 pm at the Equity Centre, Games Night is an opportunity to come along to the Equity Centre and play your favourite games… card games, dominoes, board games and more! Contact email@example.com for more info.
The Saturday Cafe in April will be hosted by Sub Rang. Why not come along on Sat 14th April, 1-4pm at the Equity Centre.
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Champions Show the Way provides a range of interesting, sociable activities led by dedicated volunteer community health champions.
The activities are free, or low cost, and cover the whole of the Bradford District in wheelchair-accessible venues. You do not have to attend regularly and you can attend as many of the groups as you like.
For more information visit http://www.bdct.nhs.uk/services/cstw/
Activity List April 2018
Walk List April 2018
The Asylum & Immigration Social Group is meeting this Wednesday from 10:30am – 12:30pm at the Equity centre.
This group is to make new friends and support others who are going through the same experiences.
The LGBT women’s group will be on this Sunday at the Equity centre from 1 – 4pm.
Come along and make new friends, catch up with old ones and have a great time!
On Wednesdays 4-6pm Locala are offering a dedicated queue and wait clinic for under 18’s for STI screening, sexual health advice and Contraception.
Howard House, 2nd floor, Bank street, Bradford, BD1 1EE
The 1st of April’s women’s BME group and the Music trivia night events have both been canceled.
Apologies to anyone coming, these will resume as usual in May.
At a Death Cafe people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. The aim is to increase awareness of death to help people make the most of their (finite) lives.
Saturday, May 5th
The Equity Centre
Open to all LGBT people
To let us know if you are coming please call Wendy on 0124727759
These sessions will run in the Equity Offices, 82 Grattan Road, on Tuesday afternoons and evenings in May:
8th May – 6-8pm
15th May – 1-3pm
22 May – 6-8pm
29th May – 1-3pm
Workshop sessions which are designed to increase your understanding of the mind and body link in order to improve your physical wellbeing. Each session will include how to deal with negative emotions, self-awareness exercises and self-help techniques for relaxation, meditation and mindfulness.
All LGBT People are welcome.
For more information and to book a place contact 01274 727759 or email email@example.com.
Meetings will resume as normal in May.
From Thursday the 22nd March 2018 the Equity Partnership and Moving Forward Group will work in partnership to provide mental health peer group support to the LBGT Community within Bradford.
Free Mental Health Support
Every Thursday – 1pm-3pm
The Equity Centre
Open to all LBGT people
“Keep Moving Forward”
|Tel: 07762 508 945
||Tel: 01274 727759
Every 1st Sunday of the month, 3-6pm at the Equity Centre.
Themes will be as follows:
May – Mixed Music Knowledge
June – Sounds of the 70s
The Saturday Cafe in April will be hosted by Sub Rang.
Why not come along on Sat 14th April, 1-4pm at the Equity Centre.
Gathering women’s stories and experiences using gynaecological services http://www.healthwatchbradford.co.uk/talk-about-gynae
The Picturehouse Bradford is showing A Fantastic Woman from Friday 16th March.
Showtimes can be found here.
There will be a panel discussion held before the first showing from 5.45pm. The panel will include Saorsa, Helen and Stephanie from Chrysalis in Lancashire.
Best known to international audiences for his acclaimed fourth film, Gloria (2013) – which garnered Paulina García the Best Actress Award at the Berlin International Film Festival – Argentinian born, Chilean director Sebastián Lelio turns after a four-year absence with A Fantastic Woman. Featuring another stellar lead performance, Lelio’s latest feature stars Daniela Vega as Marina, a transwoman dealing with grief, transphobia and cold, humiliating bureaucracy.
A vision of defiant resistance, Marina’s trials are kick-started by the death of her lover, Orlando (Francisco Reyes). Having to inform Orlando’s family of the tragedy, Marina is met with suspicion and hostility due to her status as a transwoman. Instead of being comforted during her grief, Marina finds herself having to fight for her home, her rights and even custody of a beloved pet dog. Provocatively queer and female-centred, the Almodovaresque A Fantastic Woman is also deeply intelligent, sexy and tender.
A full programme of events can be viewed here.