The Saturday Cafe in June will be hosted by Older and Wilder. Why not come along on Sat 9th June, 1-4pm at the Equity Centre.
Best of luck to all attending the Bradford pride awards tonight and congratulations to everyone nominated!
The BME women’s group has changed from the first Sunday of the month to the second Sunday of the month at 12 – 3 pm.
The LGBT women’s group has changed to 3 – 6 pm on the second Sunday of the month.
This march marks the 110th anniversary of the momentous rally for suffrage on Shipley Glen, when thousands assembled to demand votes for women and workers in Britain.
Whatever age, gender or interest in politics enjoy the celebrations with music, stalls, entertainment and activities for all the family – and a chance to think about how citizens can make change, then and now.
11:30am – 12:30pm: Robert Park Bandstand – congregate and launch
12:30pm: March departs from Roberts Park to Shipley Glen
1pm – 4pm: Shipley Glen
For further information contact 01274 432416
It’s dementia action week from 21st – 26th May and there are plenty of events to go to where you can help to support people with dementia!
Find the events in the link below:
The Older and Bolder meetup on 28th May has been cancelled as it is a bank holiday.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Saturday 12th May, 1 pm – 3:30 pm
St Philips Church, Thorn St, Girlington
Cleaning up, seed scattering and opening the church garden
Refreshments will be available
Come along and make help make Girlington greener and cleaner!
After this weekends music trivia night it will not be on until it returns in October.
There will be an IDAHOBIT after party at the Star Pub on 19th May, from 7:30 – 11pm!
Tickets for this party can be bought for £3 from the IDAHOBIT event or Nick at 07969053207 or email email@example.com
Workshop sessions designed to increase your understanding of the mind and body link in order to improve your physical and mental wellbeing. Each session will include how to deal with negative emotions, self awareness exercises and self help techniques for relaxation, meditation and mindfulness.
Tuesday afternoons 15th & 29th May 1 pm – 3 pm
Tuesday evenings 8th & 22nd May 6 pm – 8 pm
For more information and to book a place contact 01274 727759 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dementia needn’t stop enjoyment, involvement, or ability to contribute.
This event will give your organisation the opportunity to hear about and discuss ways of fully involving members affected by dementia, including carers. We will discuss:
The sessions will include short talks and discussion groups about ongoing support and information that can help you ensure that you are dementia friendly. Learn about the resources you may need to help become more inclusive.
There are two sessions, each lasting two hours, on 22nd May, starting at 15.00 and then again at 18.30. Please us the Eventbrite link to select which session you would like to attend.
1st Sunday of the month
The Equity Centre
Come take a trip down memory lane with sounds from the past to the present, from musicals to modern pop.
Get your teams of no more than three together and come along and join the musical fun. Prize for the highest scores. Will your team be the music trivia champions? Feel free to ring along your favourite piece.
Bring and share food would be appreciated.
All new and existing LGBT members welcome.
For more information contact Wendy on 01274 727759 or email@example.com.
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
The Saturday Cafe in April will be hosted by Transmission. Why not come along on Sat 12th May, 1-4pm at the Equity Centre.
To be held Sunday 29th April, 2.30 – 5.30pm at Victoria Hall, Saltaire
Tickets can be purchased in advance from www.thelavcaf.co.uk
£12/£6 conc in advance or £15/£8 conc on the door.
The original LGBT choir from the North of England, Gay Abandon’s first concert was in 1998. Led by MD Jane Edwardson from the beginning, the choir has been performing for their audience for two decades.
Saturday, 21st July, 7:30pm
Alliances & Solidarity
Strengthening the community
Margaret McMillan Towers
Saturday 19th May
11:30am – 3:30pm
Activities for all to enjoy including music, mehndi and more!
Want to try African drumming?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book a drum
Everyone from LGBT communities, family, friends and allies are welcome to come along!
THE DEADLINE TO APPLY IS 25/4/2018!!
14-24 and living in Bradford?
Do you have any opinions about what it’s like to live and grow up in Bradford?
The Young People’s Inquiry needs you!
For more info and how to apply please contact: email@example.com