Supported Loving toolkit
LGBTQ social groups
LGBTQ+ social groups for people with learning disabilities and/or autism can be a great place to help people to meet others who understand and be a place to make friends and have fun.
LGBTQ+ social group for people with learning disabilities and/ or autism
Better Things Manchester
LGBT group that meets the third Monday of the month at 6.30pm-8.30pm at LGF, 5 Richmond Street, Manchester, M1 3HF Better Things Manchester
Tel: 0161 728 7616.
Meet N Match
Meet N Match is an LGBT Group (Bi-monthly) in Lancashire Meet N Match website
Tel: 01254 457026
Email: Meet N Match
Mates N Dates
Mingle is a group for adults with learning disabilities who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, cross dress, or just feel ‘different’ in Oxfordshire. The Mingle groups meet every month, running workshops offering members support and the chance to talk. Mingle organises days and evenings out.
Email: Mates n Dates
OUT in Leeds
A social group for people identifying themselves as LGBTQ with a learning disability or autism. A safe place to make new friends, meet, talk, get advice and support and most of all have fun. The group meets every Tuesday evening in Leeds city centre.
Email Danielle Martin
Rainbow Friends London
Social group for people who identify as/with LGBTQ. and Learning Disabilities who meet at 2pm, the first Friday of each month at London Friend, 86 Caledonian Rd, NI
2BU Wakefield runs a monthly social group meeting every second Thursday in the month for adults with a learning disability who identify a LGBTQ+ in the Wakefield, West Yorkshire and surrounding areas.
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