The directory shows 10 cards at a time, you can use the drop-down selector to filter for a specific category (use the scroll bar for smoother scrolling), or search for a category. You can click on a name or picture to visit the website and on a phone number to dial it on your mobile, Face Time or other telephony app.
The Old Market Tavern in Old Market – also referred to as ‘The Gay Village’ in Bristol, is a traditional pub with a beer garden, conservatory that offers the best of both world: a quiet pub atmosphere in the week and a lively, friendly venue at the weekend. Fabulous old-fashioned Wadsworth boozer with good-quality ales – the best pint of 6X in the city? …one of the busiest lunch destinations in the area, thanks to a small but excellent menu full of good-value homecooked meals and a bargain Sunday roast. Hugely popular with office workers by day and part of Bristol’s thriving gay scene by night. …Warm, friendly, with secluded beer garden and glazed conservatory to make the most of the sun. Venue Magazine Drinking Out West guide 2006
Under new management from Sept 2012. On the corner of the main strip, in Old Market, is what used to be referred to as ‘The Gin Palace”, The unusual building is a delight to the senses, including its infamous sloping floor and camp decor. It’s one of the ‘happening’ places in Bristol’s LGBT Village. Drinks promotions, game nights, karaoke and cabaret acts contribute to creating the vibrant atmosphere of The Palace. join them on Facebook
The Queenshilling is the oldest gay bar in Bristol but remains one of the most popular and vibrant venues in the City Centre. Open Friday 9pm – 4am (£3 charge after 11pm), Saturday 9pm – 4am (£4 charge after 11pm), Karaoke on Mondays 9pm – 2am – No charge. Visit their website http://www.queenshilling.com or join them on Facebook
The intention behind TransBristol is to create a safe space where trans identified people in the Bristol area can share ideas, provide support and plan things. This WordPress site will act (for the moment, at least) as a platform for ordering and accessing information . There is a Facebook group where you can input ideas and discuss stuff. There is also an e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org We hope to develop in a non-hierarchical, co-operative and consensual decision-making sort of way. If you want to get involved, that would be great. If you want to stand at the side, that’s also fine. This site is a work in progress. Just at the moment, it’s just me, Dru, putting information in and hoping for the best. If there’s something you think should be on this site, let me know! Further admins will probably get involved later. The Facebook group is the place for free-for-alls. Play nicely! Update: been adding pages of info and links. They reflect my own perspective, and so are weighted in a slightly MtF way. Hopefully this will change as more people get involved. We want as many perspectives as possible. Binary, non-binary, genderqueer, whatever. Anything under the trans umbrella should belong here.
This web portal intends to be the most comprehensive information pool for all people who were assigned the female sex status at birth but feel they don’t or might not fit into that category. New pages are added regularly. If you would like to be informed about new pages please join the mailinglist here. It is safe to sign up as I never share your email address with anybody, ever. Please let me know what kind of information or features you are looking for by using the Comments on each page and I will try to add it as soon as possible.
Youth website set up by Trinity Youth Association for young people in the north east of England, but accepts members from all over the UK. Allows young LGBT+ people to talk to each other (chat rooms and forums available if you make an account), seek advice/information and find groups in an area near them. Free to join.
The UK Lesbian & Gay Immigration Group (UKLGIG) is a charity that promotes equality and dignity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people who seek asylum in the UK, or who wish to immigrate here to be with their same-sex partner. ASYLUM Please note that we can ONLY respond to your asylum queries if you are already in the UK. Please read the information on the website about the UK asylum system and procedure. For further advice, please attend one of our monthly asylum legal meetings, where volunteer solicitors will be giving general advice about the asylum process and where you can meet other LGBT asylum seekers as well as speak to our members of staff in person. Alternatively, you can call our helpline at 020 7922 7811 at the following times: M 10-1 | T 10-4 | W closed | Th 10-4 | F 10-4 | If we are unable to take your call during these hours, please leave a message with contact details and we will return your call as soon as we can.