LGBT Bristol works in partnership with Bristol City Council to empower lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to become actively involved in community life. We pride ourselves in challenging homophobia and transphobia in the wider community and helping to promote understanding of equality and inclusion of LGBT people.
We also campaign, consult and provide information. Each year LGBT Bristol celebrates and supports the major calendar events in the City’s LGBT life such as, LGBT History Month, IDAHO, Pride Bristol, Trans Day of Remembrance and the LGBT Film Festival.
Thursday, 16th November 2017, 6pm to 9pm
Unitarian Chapel, 11 Brunswick Square, Bristol BS2 8PE
Refreshments and a light buffet will be provided.
Everyone is welcome – please confirm your attendance to allow for catering with Geetha Patel at
- Do you have ideas, some skills or experiences that you think would have helped you and may help other LGBT+ people?
- Would you like to expand your network of LGBT+ people, both socially and professionally?
- Do you believe that equality for everyone is essential?
The most essential skill that you will have is that you are a member of LGBT Bristol’s community and that, simply put, you want more for LGBT+ people in Bristol. We will ask you to commit to attending four meetings and one annual general meeting per year.
If this is for you, please contact Sarah Minter for further information about LGBT Bristol’s objectives and projects at firstname.lastname@example.org
Diversity in Primary Schools – we are working on a pilot with a Bristol primary schools to help provide :
- the tools, ability and confidence to teach LGBT diversity within the curriculum
- that they challenge homophobia and homophobic bullying
- to set up a support network for LGBT families, governors and staff
Walk Out (in partnership with Walk for Health)
We are very grateful for the funding of this project to ‘Awards for All’ and Lloyds Bank Foundation. We are working alongside Walk for Health providing an LGBT walking group with the aim of reducing isolation for disabled and older LGBT people.
When is the next WalkOut?
Since June 2013, we have been working with our partners in the provision of Bristol’s Hate Crime Services.
If you would like to anonymously report a hate crime, please follow this link.
Report Hate Crime
Please bookmark our webpage as we keep it updated with interesting articles and events throughout the year. We have a comprehensive listings of LGBT groups, events and organisations both local and national for social and support needs.
We also encourage your contribution. None of our work would be possible without external input. We listen to what all our members and contributors have to say and welcome critical feedback.
Thank you for staying in touch and for giving us your feedback. We hope you have fun exploring our website. If you would like to find out more about free membership or volunteering, please press these buttons:
Joining LGBT Bristol
The LGBT Bristol team.
With gratitude to key funders:
and the following companies for donations and sponsership:
FluidSurveys.com – for surveys and forms.
A gay man has won a landmark ruling which will give his husband the same pension rights as a wife would receive. See the video here.
Bristol Pride 2017
Also, with thanks to Mary Spender for this beautiful rendition of Titanium with images from last year’s Bristol Pride.
LGBT+ UK General Election
Come and quiz candidates about LGBT+ issues or anything related equality and make your vote count for our communities. Register your free tickets by
e-mailing here or calling 0117 914 0528.
Stonewall also have some clear ideas about the the kinds of commitments they want to hear from candidates during this election – just click on the link below.
Bristol joins Manchester, Leeds, York, Edinburgh, London, Liverpool and others in UK-wide protests against Chechnya’s detention and torture of 100 LGBT+ people. See you on College Green, Sat., 22/04/17, 2pm to 3.30pm.
Trans Day of Visibility 31st March 2017
– Flag Raising Ceremony
Where: Bristol City Hall, College Green, Bristol BS1 5TR
– Remembrance Ceremony
Where: Richmond Building, University of Bristol Students’ Union, 105 Queens Rd, Bristol BS8 1LN
When: 6pm ’til late with a reading at 6:30pm
Food and refreshments will be provided.
Trans Day of Remembrance is celebrated all over the world on various dates near or on 20th November.
We hope that you will take this opportunity to meet new friends and find out about support and groups.
Annual General Meeting
Tues., 13th December 2016, 6pm – 9pm at St Pauls Learning Centre
Register now – it’s free!
Get free tickets here
The nearest train stations to St Pauls Learning Centre are Lawrence Hill, Stapleton Road, Montpelier, Redland Temple Meads.
The no.5 bus route runs from the City Centre to St Pauls Learning Centre. Link to other transport information
More about food and fun to follow.
With thanks to the St Paul’s Learning Centre team who has given LGBT Bristol a warm and friendly welcome. We are enjoying putting our new office together, discovering the delights of the cafe and making new friends with other tenants of the centre. Our new address is: 94, Grosvenor Road, Bristol BS2 8XJ. We also have a new office telephone number: 07596 582 598.
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Bristol Hate Crime Services, LGBT Bristol, Bristol Pride and Out Bristol, plus many other LGBT+ groups, organisations, individuals and supporters came together on Tuesday, 14th June to hold an evening vigil on College Green for the many victims and their families, of the Hate Crime shootings in the Pulse Nightclub, in Orlando USA. Above are some news links of the vigil. We hope you can pass this on to your friends, networks and colleagues.