Dykes on Bikes run regular women only cycle rides that go at an easy pace, with stops and breathers as required. Children are always welcome. Contact Rachel
Categories: Activities & Leisure, All Bristol areas, Children, Cycling, Lesbian women, LGBT, Social groups, Women
Updated 6 years ago.
OtherGEMMABM Box 5700LondonWC1N 3XXpostal
Set-up to lessen the isolation of disabled lesbian and bisexual women via a national friendship network, quarterly newsletter and socials. Newsletter is in standard print, large print, tape and Braille. Membership is open to disabled and non-disabled women (minimum age 16).
Categories: Disabled, London, Publications, Support groups, UK, Women
Work Phone:117 945 1950 Goldbrick HouseworkPersonal Email:INTERNETWebsite:Indigo Bristol
Indigo Bristol ♀ – A relaxed, informal, networking group for lesbian/bi/queer women – meet on the 3rd Thursday of every month and share ideas, laughter, time and experience. — INDIGO BRISTOL NETWORKING: 8pm onwards — We know that there are thousands of women in the South West who yearn for a friendly space where they can chat to like-minded folk, without shouting over Kylie or the shoulders of giants. “‘It’s not about grey-suits, fast cars, bonuses and golf handicaps. It’s about genuinely connecting with people for both business and social gain.” Indigo Bristol launched in April 2010 and offers business, social and networking opportunities. Established and run by an all-female team, we will be looking to supplement the drinks socials with high quality events and high profile speakers & performers.
Categories: All Bristol areas, Bisexual, Lesbian women, LGBT, Social groups, Social networks, Women
We are a group of London lesbian parents producing books and resources that reflect our children’s lives and family experiences. A child needs love, support and acceptance for who they are and where they come from: we believe that inclusive books and other materials are an essential part of that support. Out For Our Children was originally founded in February 2004 by lesbian mothers with very young children to write guidelines as an aid for nurseries ill-prepared to welcome babies and toddlers with lesbian parents. Out for our Children has received financial assistance from the National Lottery Awards for All, the Local Network Fund (Every Child Matters), Haringey Community Chest and the Scarman Trust. These grants have enabled us to run a creche so the group can meet, produce resources and learning materials, run workshops on illustration and writing for children and to run a weekend ‘futures’ workshop.
Categories: Children, Families, Lesbian women, LGBT, London, Parents, Social groups, Support groups, UK
Updated 6 years ago.
Work Phone:01179 861529workPersonal Email:INTERNET
A social group for lesbians who may not necessarily be into the scene type things. Most of our members are over 35 but all ages are welcome. The group offers a safe and friendly environment where both new and old members can relax and enjoy themselves as well as being an ‘umbrella’ for various smaller groups that are run by individual members (walking, poetry, cycling, discussion, supper groups etc).
It also provides members with a method of communicating one-off events they are hosting or wish to attend as a group. In the last few months there have been Sunday brunches, games nights, poker parties, garden parties and days out to mention a few! Pink Herrings also offers a hosted social twice a month. We meet on the first and third Thursdays of each month at conveniently located venues in Bristol. Pink Herrings produce a regular email newsletter of these and other events in the area.
If you are interested in joining the Pink Herrings, or you would like to talk to someone about the group please email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our members will contact you.
Categories: All Bristol areas, Lesbian women, LGBT, Older LGBT, Social groups, Women
Rainbow Pilgrims is a project that explores the history of LGBTQI migrants in the UK both past and present using oral history, film and photography. Hosts a touring exhibition with pop-up events and learning tools.
Categories: Art and Design, Asylum & Immigration, Bi-Sexual, Bisexual, BME, Faith, Gay men, Immigrants, Intersex, Lesbian, Lesbian women, LGBT, Trans, Transsexual, UK
Updated 8 months ago.
Work Phone:07941 659320workWork Email:INTERNETWebsite:Visit Website
The Safra Project is a resource project working on issues relating to lesbian, bisexual and/or transgender women who identify as Muslim religiously and/or culturally .
Categories: Bi-Sexual, Bisexual, BME, Faith, Lesbian women, LGBT, Support groups, UK, Women
Updated 6 years ago.
An online discussion network for women to arrange civilised social activities, organise transport sharing to events, and general sharing of information in Bristol and thereabouts. Activities so far have included cinema visits, dining out, the prospect of an allotment group emerging, and really anything at all that people feel inclined to suggest. If you’d like to join the network, please send your email address to: email@example.com
Categories: All Bristol areas, B&NES, Bath, Bisexual, Interest groups, Lesbian women, LGBT, North East Smerset, Social groups, South Gloucestershire, Women
Updated 1 year ago.
Home Phone:07807 246515homePersonal Email:INTERNET
Walking Group undertake slighly shorter walks than West Women Walking, theirs are 6-8 miles, ours are 4, 5 or 6 miles, at a gentle pace, once a month on a Sunday. For details ring Alison on 0117 9714818 or e-mail aliwatt(at)hotmail.co.uk for more info
Categories: Activities & Leisure, All Bristol areas, B&NES, Bath, LGBT, Social groups, Walking, Women
Walk Out is a new project specifically for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people to get together to share time, thoughts and the surprisingly amazing walks in and around Bristol. In partnership with Walk for Health Bristol, this project will bring accessible, gentle and welcoming walking groups to anyone who would like to join.
. … is a group for gay women who meet to walk together and catch up with old and new friends in a relaxed environment. We look forward to meeting any gay women who would like to join us.
This group is the renamed – Wild Women Walking. The group has been renamed because Wild Women was a bit too exotic to be accepted by all mail servers!
Generally the walks are 6 – 8 miles in length and take place in the south west. The group welcomes gay women over 16 and well behaved and controlled dogs. The walks always take place on the second Sunday of each month.
If you would like to find out more about the group then please call Annmarie on 07804 469991 or email westwomenwalking(at)hotmail.co.uk
Categories: Activities & Leisure, All Bristol areas, B&NES, Bath, LGBT, Social groups, Social networks, Trans, Walking, Women
Updated 6 years ago.
WISH A voice for women\’s mental health
WISH A voice for women\’s mental healthWomen Only, NOT LGBT-specific
Other15 Old Ford RoadLondonE2 9PLpostal
Work Phone:020 8980 3618workWork Fax:020 8980 1596workfaxWork Email:INTERNETWebsite:Visit Website
Wish is a unique charity that works with women in secure hospitals and prisons throughout England and Wales. It is the only organisation to provide independent advocacy and emotional support at all stages of a woman’s journey through the mental health system. We reach out to those deemed at risk of entering secure settings, seek to improve the quality of care for women already detained, and maintain our support after their release or discharge. Wish is a user led, membership organisation which is run by women with experience of mental distress and the mental health system. This applies to over half of Wish’s Board of Directors, as well as to many of our paid staff members and volunteers.
Categories: England & Wales, Mental Health, Support groups, Women
Updated 8 months ago.
Womankind BristolWomen Only, NOT LGBT-specific
Home Phone:Helpline 0345 4582914 or 0117 9166461homeWork Phone:0345 4582914workWork Fax:0117 9166462workfaxWork Phone:0117 9166462 (Facsimile)workWork Email:INTERNETWebsite:Visit Website
Womankind provides women in the Bristol area with free or affordable professional counselling, psychotherapy and on-going support. We provide:
A Helpline for women in distress and women suffering domestic abuse
Befriending for women with enduring mental health issues living in South Gloucestershire
Individual counselling for women on benefits and low incomes
Outreach and specialist counselling services
Short-term psychotherapy groups focussing on specific issues e.g. sexual abuse
Open-ended psychotherapy groups for women who need longer term support
A private counselling and group therapy service for women who can afford to pay
Confidential assessment to help you find out what support you need
We also offer…
Volunteering opportunities in administration, helpline and befriending
Student placements for counsellors who are interested in working psychodynamically
Training for volunteers and professionals
Categories: Advice & Help, Counselling, Mental Health, Women
Badminton group meet at Kingsdown Sports Centre every Saturday from 4pm to 6pm, not a beginners group but you don’t have to be brilliant either! Call Alison on 07807 246515 or e-mail aliwatt(at)hotmail.co.uk for more info
Categories: Activities & Leisure, All Bristol areas, Badminton, Lesbian women, LGBT, Sport, Women