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LGBTQI Cheshire Conference 1st July

Take Pride In Freedom is a campaign by Body Positive to improve services in Cheshire for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, questioning and intersex people.

 

Become a Trustee for Body Positive
Utopia
Unmissable opportunity to become a trustee! Body Positive are looking for new trustees to guide the organisation into the future.

 

Gay in the UK

Are you LGBT, aged between 16-34 and live in a small village, hamlet, coastal town, suburb, Island, mountain or anything in between? Do you have a story to tell about what itís like being gay in the place you live?
 

 

Cheshire Social Groups

Just some of the groups running for LGBT people around the county
 

 

Pride in the Park

Preparations for Octoberís Chester Pride are well underway, and there are some exciting fundraisers coming up for both adults and families....

 

LGBT Community Beat Meetings

Community meetings held by PCSO Julie Malpeli this summer....

 

C-Card Condom Distribution Scheme

A new scheme is being launched for young people living in both Cheshire East and Cheshire West & Chester. The C-Card Condom Distribution Scheme allows people aged 13 - 24 to access free condoms, take a chlamydia/gonorrhoea test and access information about sexual health....

 


Cheshire Gay and Bi Parents

Picnic in the Park at the end of July....

 


Meet Colin Avery

Body Positive's new Community Development Worker introduces himself.

 

Experiences of cancer care for LGB people

Have you had experience of cancer? You can help to improve services.