SERVICES AND SUPPORT
POLICE GAY AND BISEXUAL SUPPORT NETWORK (Notts)
Support network for LGB employees in Nottinghamshire Police.
Confidential non police mobile number with 24 hour answerphone.
e-mail OUTnetwork (internal) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Write OUTnetwork, PO Box 7914, Nottingham NG2 6WR.
POSITIVE LINKS SUPPORT (Mansfield/Ashfield)
Offers practical support in the Mansfield and Ashfield areas to people with
HIV/AIDS or hepatitis C and also to their friends, families and carers.
01623 824993 the phone may not always be answered in person. If you
leave a message on the answerphone, we will get back to you as soon as
c/o Mansfield CVS, Community House, 36 Wood Street, Mansfield, Notts,
84 Nottingham Road, Mansfield, NG18 1BP
Tel: 01623-636553 (24-hour answerphone)
Willing to counsel gay/lesbian couples and couples in mixed gay/het
relationships. There is a £10 registration fee and the fees for further counselling
sessions are arrived at by negotiation.
AND WHY NOT? Mansfield
2 Leeming Street, Mansfield, Notts.
Tel.: 01623 633330
The pub is “gay friendly”
37 Stockwell Gate (next to the bus station), open Wednesday through ‘til
Sunday, Wed, Thurs 3-midnight, Friday and Saturday 3 pm to 2:30 am. Sunday
7-12 pm, entry free. Tel: 01623 238477
GAY WOMEN’S WALKING GROUP North Notts
Are you a gay or bisexual woman living in or near North Nottinghamshire?
Do you enjoy walks in the countryside? If so, this group is for YOU!
Monthly walks ranging from 4 – 8 miles organised throughout North
Nottinghamshire. This is the perfect opportunity to both increase you social
circle and keep fit! Email email@example.com or phone 07961 847091
LAFS (Lesbians in Ashfield Friendship and Support)
This group is run for lesbian, bisexual, transgendered (male to female) and
women questioning their sexuality. Are you between 16 and 160?!
Come along to this informal group run by lesbians, for a confidential chat, gain
information/support, make new friends and have fun, in a safe, private,
accessible, women-only place.
Meet on the last Thursday of the month, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Meets on the outskirts of Mansfield town centre.
Telephone: 07849 798802 - before 9:00pm please
Please call for further details, venue, etc. Alternative venue is in operation
NORTH NOTTS LGBT YOUTH GROUP (WOW)
WOW - Worksop Out on Wednesdays,
The Centre Place,
Abbey Street Community Centre,
Telephone: 01909 479191- Contact Claire Stringer
Text: WOW to 07977 673167 or 07815 289606
The group meets every Wednesday, 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Free confidential
support for young people aged 16 to 25 who are lesbian, gay, bisexual,
transgender or who are questioning their sexuality. Free sexual health
information and contraception. A chance to meet other young people in similar
MANZFIELDS GAY MEN’S SAUNA (formerly Zeus)- Mansfield
71 Ratcliffe Gate,
FOR GAY AND BISEXUAL MEN AND MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN,
OVER 18 ONLY
New sauna and spa, completely gay-run, has replaced Zeus in Mansfield. As
the existing building is being repaired, the new management are to improve and
upgrade the facilities and add new ones. These are listed on the new
"Manzfield's" website. The web address and contact details will remain the
NOTTINGHAM & NOTTINGHAMSHIRE LESBIAN & GAY SWITCHBOARD
Has provided information and support to LGBT people in and around
Nottinghamshire since 1975.
Information on pubs, clubs, social groups, support groups and services,
accommodation, legal issues, police liaison, TV/TS, AIDS/HIV/safer sex,
“coming out”, publications, flatshare/houseshare … or just someone to talk to.
Switchboard will also provide training on LGB issues for other organisations.
New volunteers welcome.
Monday to Friday 7-9.30 pm 0115 9348485 or 01623 621515 – answerphone
at other times. Or write to
NLGS, 7 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NG1 3FB or
or TEXT 07624809360
PUBS AND CLUBS
34 Heathcoat Street
Gay, members only lounge bar.
LORD ROBERTS – gay/mixed bar
Broad Street, Nottingham (down from Broadway Cinema)
Tel.: 0115 941 4886
Normal pub hours
Green Room available downstairs for functions.
DISABLED USERS - level access from entrance on Old Lenton St - one step
down to toilets
76-80 Lower Parliament Street, Nottingham NG1 1EH
Tel.: 0115 958 8440
Large, stylish gay club with 2 dance floors
Fri-Sun 10pm onwards
DISABLED USERS - Full disabled access, lift to upper levels
NG1: BAR SOBA
Pre-club bar within same building as NG1, free entry until club opens, then
becomes a "Chill-out" bar to NG1. Wed.-Sun. 8.30pm till club closes.
Gay Bar at 8 Broadway, the Lace Market, Nottingham
Distributes information on Facebook
QUEEN OF CLUBS
Gay Club on Heathcoat Street.
THE NEW FORESTERS – mainly lesbian bar
18 St Anns Street, Nottingham NG1 3LX (behind Victoria Centre)
Tel: 0115 958 0432
Normal pub hours, with late licence all week (till 2am Fri-Sat)
Often very busy – run by 2 lesbians. Occasional women only nights.
Boyz and girls welcome
DISABLED USERS - one step up for main access or ramp into lounge bar, one
step to beer garden
THE NEWMARKET INN
Not a 100% gay pub, but gay friendly and gay run.
38 Lower Parliament Street Nottingham NG1 3BA
0115 958 4531
Gay bar/club. F&G is the bar, Unique is the club.
Broadway, The Lace Market, Nottingham.
More information on Facebook.
HOW THE LAW AFFECTS YOU
For an up-to-date look at the changes in the law affecting LGB people, see the
www.nottsrainbowheritage.org.uk website. Go to “Our Heritage” and then to
“legal and social issues”.
REPORTING A HOMOPHOBIC INCIDENT IN NOTTS
If it is an emergency, use 999, otherwise use the 101 number.
If, with your help, the police prosecute the person responsible, it is now possible
to prevent your name being revealed through reports of court proceedings. If
police action is taken, make sure that you mention the homophobic nature of
the offence, as the judge will now take that into account as an “aggravating
factor” which should be reflected in a more serious sentence.
If you don’t want to contact the police in person, you can still report incidents
anonymously. This can be helpful, as it will provide the police with information
that incidents are happening at a particular place/time. You can make
anonymous reports by contacting Notts Switchboard or Healthy Gay
Nottingham and asking them to fill in a 3rd party reporting form for you.
If you need support after being the victim of an incident or while going through
court proceedings, Victim Support now have people trained to help LGB
people. They can be contacted on 0115 852 3508. 2 King Edward Court, King
Edward Street, Nottingham, NG1 1EL.
STOP HATE CRIME UK
0800 138 1625 (24 hour helpline)
This organisation is supported by Nottinghamshire Police and by bother City
and County Councils.
NEEDING A SOLICITOR
Notts Switchboard has a list of sympathetic solicitors. Contact them for details.
HEALTHY GAY NOTTINGHAM – FORMERLY THE GAI PROJECT
See their details under “Services”
FFLAG (Friends and Families of Lesbians and Gays)
Provide support for parents coming to terms with lesbian or gay children.
0845 652 0311 www.fflag.org.uk FFLAG PO Box 495, Little Stoke, Bristol,
INDIVIDUAL PROFESSIONAL COUNSELLORS
Notts Switchboard has a list of professional counsellors experienced in LGB
issues. Contact them for details.
NOTTINGHAM COUNSELLING CENTRE
Aims to promote mental health and to relieve distress and sickness associated
with emotional, personal, relationship, family or related problems. “NCS
counsellors span a variety of backgrounds reflecting the diversity of the
community we serve". There is a waiting period, which varies (phone for details)
and the minimum fee is £6, but this depends on circumstances.
32 Heathcoat Street, Nottingham NG1 3AA
Tel.: 0115 950 1743
Offers counselling for difficulties in adult relationships and a sexual problems
service. They welcome enquiries from people in same-sex relationships. People
can use relate either individually or as a couple. There is a £10 registration fee
and the fees for further counselling sessions are arrived at by negotiation 96,
Mansfield Road, Nottingham.
Tel. 0115 950 7836
ALL WOMEN’S BADMINTON
All levels welcome. Takes place Saturday, 9am, and Thursday, 9pm.
City Centre location. Contact Notts Switchboard for phone numbers etc
from 19:45-22:00 at Victoria Leisure Centre in Nottingham, NG1 1DB
Badminton social event for people interested in playing different people at
badminton. It is aimed at people with mixed levels of badminton skills.
It will involve you playing different people at doubles. Shuttles will be supplied
Gay/gay friendly football team.
Come and join in the fun - no ball skills necessary!
We train at Carlton Forum
It's every Sunday 6pm - 8pm
See our website for details and map www.nottinghamballbois.org
or phone 07828 014952 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BILBOROUGH COLLEGE YOUTH GROUP
Contact this LGBTQ group via
BREAKOUT Gay Men’s Group
Social group for gay and bisexual men of all ages.
Meets weekly on Tuesdays at 8pm, at 12, Broad Street, Nottingham, with fun
events, trips out, guest speakers, informal discussions, etc (doors open 7.30pm
- entrance by ringing the bell)
Tel. Healthy Gay Nottingham: 0115 947 6868 (daytimes) or Switchboard 0115
website www.breakoutnottm.org.uk e-mail email@example.com
Cross-dressing group. Nottingham Chameleons is one of the longest
established support groups of the TS/TV community in the UK. They now meet
on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at the following venue:
Temple Community Centre, Nottingham Road
Nuthall, Nottingham, NG16 1DP
There is plenty of on-site parking (not overlooked) and a large changing room is
available. Refreshments can be purchased and a small charge covers the hire
of the facilities that are for their sole use after 8.15pm.
Anyone requiring further information should to ring the dedicated Nottingham
Chameleon mobile (07896 133461) which will be answered by one of the
organisers of the group on Thursday evenings. There is a recorded message at
all other times.
Nottingham based group for women who like to have nights at local restaurants.
Meetings and details are obtained via LiNK Notts : www.linknotts.org.uk
EAST MERCIA MSC
A club for gay and bisexual men into fetish wear.
"We operate a strict dress code... we welcome guys wearing leather, rubber,
skinhead kit, sports kit, uniform (Nazi uniforms and insignia prohibited), western
and work gear. Footwear: Boots/shoes or appropriate sports footwear only
(black trainers will be allowed for those wearing sports kit only)"
No longer holds regular meetings. Occasional one-off events – see website.
Postal address: EMMSC, P.O. Box 9009, Nottingham NG1
website: www.emmsc.org.uk e-mail via website
EAT OUT NOTTINGHAM
Eat Out Nottingham is a monthly dinner club.
Eat, drink and be merry! Enjoy good conversation and good company.
An excellent way to spend a Wednesday evening in Nottingham!
This event began in 2006 and continues to be a success!
Usually 12-20 diners. Newcomers always welcome.
To secure your place and find out what’s on the menu please email:
Flying Colours Investment Club is a group of gay guys who are interested in the
stock market and try to make a profit with our investments. Meet each month
on the last Thursday at 8.30pm in the Lord Roberts (the Green Room) where
we discuss our investments and what shares we might like to purchase.
Anyone interested should contact the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GAY CLASSIC CAR GROUP
The Gay Classic Car Group has now opened an East Midlands group. They are
a social group with an interest in classic cars. GCCG is a national organisation
with strong regional activities, and is run by a committee who co-ordinate a
varied programme of events throughout the year and produce a quarterly
magazine, 'Big End'. Every year there are over 20 events across Britain.
“As our membership grows, we are expanding our services to members via web
and email, and we holding a wide range of events that are interesting, enjoyable
and accessible for everybody taking part. We can be contacted at”
GAY OUTDOOR CLUB: East Midlands
Organises hikes/rambles of a not too strenuous nature at weekends in the East
Contact Notts Switchboard for phone numbers etc
Organises regular walks, often in Derbyshire, usually on the 3 rd Sunday of the
month. Walks are between 6 and 10 miles. Transport from Nottingham can
often be arranged. In Summer, occasionally organises shorter mid-week walks.
The group has been going over 10 years, regularly has 20-30 women on each
Sunday walk. Also organises weekends away at rural Youth Hostels. A good
place to network and find out about other local lesbian events.
Details on www.nottinghamhd.homestead.com
e-mail address: email@example.com
or contact Notts Switchboard for phone numbers etc
LESBIAN CAFÉ EVENING
On the 2nd Monday of each month the Women’s Centre (30 Chaucer Street)
will be hosting a lesbian cafe evening. It will be run on a drop-in basis from
5.30pm - 7.30pm. It's a chance to unwind after work, socialise and meet other
lesbians (as well as an ongoing opportunity to talk about things you'd like to see
happening at the Women's Centre).
LESBIAN AND GAY CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT
LGCM Nottingham meets 3rd Friday of the month, and on other varying
occasions as detailed on their leaflets.
Contact via firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Notts Switchboard for a
phone number for LGCM and for their programme of events.
LGBT RECOVERY GROUP
The Recovery Group is a new, user led, support group for LGBT people to meet
safely and discuss issues around alcohol and drug problems.
It meets every Thursday evening from 7.30-9 pm at Self Help Nottingham, 2nd
Floor, Ormiston House, 32-36 Pelham Street, Nottingham NG1 2EG. For
details, e-mail email@example.com or phone Self Help on 0115 91116111
(Mon-Fri 9 am to 1 pm).
LGBT WRITERS’ GROUP
Meets at Nottingham Writers' Studio, 3rd Floor, 32a Stoney Street Nottingham.
There is a charge of £2 for people who are not members of the Writers’ Studio.
This is a supportive, friendly and creative group, where it is hoped members will
be able to discuss where they are as writers, explore what it is to be an LGBT
writer in this society, and be helped to flourish. For any further information
including details of future meetings, contact Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an e-mail group for women
There's more information about the group here: www.linknotts.org.uk
Can also be used by us/other organisations to send out information to women.
LIVE OUT LOUD (LOL)
Social, support and campaigning group for students and staff at Castle College.
Organises socials, provides support and works to raise awareness of LGBT
issues in the college. (NB this group may be “on hold” at the moment)
Contact via email@example.com
Group of lesbian and bi women who get together, drink fine ales and chat.
Get-togethers are informal and there is a yahoo chat group.
To find out more, join the yahoo chat groups at
NOTTINGHAM BI WOMEN’S GROUP
The group welcomes all women who identify as bi, or who recognise attractions
to more than one gender (even if they don't use the word "bisexual"), or who are
questioning their sexuality" . The group holds occasional meetings initiated by
NOTTINGHAM FILM GROUP
Mad about the movies? There’s a women’s group “Nottingham Film Group”
which is just for you. The idea is to meet about once a month to see a film at
Broadway and then get together after for a natter about it. For further
information contact Lizi on
NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY LGBT SOCIETY
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE’S RAINBOW HERITAGE
A local LGBT History Project. Its aims are:
1. To celebrate LGBT lives, hidden history and culture
2. To gather audio/video recordings of personal histories/experiences/opinions
3. To organise events for LGBT History Month and Nottingham Pride Festival as
well as LGB awareness training
4. To establish a website and a heritage trail
5. To gather artefacts and memorabilia
If you are interested in
a) Helping with the project or
b) Being interviewed or
c) Contributing/loaning memorabilia/artefacts or
d) Simply being kept informed about the project
Then contact us.
Nottinghamshire's Rainbow Heritage
NVAC, 7 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NG1 3FB.
e-mail Nottsrh@hotmail.co.uk or go to www.nottsrainbowheritage.org.uk
OPEN WALKING GROUP
A walking group for LGBT people and friends & family
Tel: 07950 843820
OUTBURST (Young people’s LGBT group)
A group for lesbian, gay and bisexual young people up to the age of 25.
An opportunity to meet with other people of a similar age and sexuality, and to
share common views and to have some fun.
The group meets weekly on Mondays at NGY, 29-33 Castle Gate.
Phone Base 51 (now part of NGY) on 952 5040 for details www.outburst.org.uk
PANTHERS RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB
Email: facility on website
"After a year of canvassing Pride events for players the interest seemed strong
and so the team name and kit were launched to help the team gel and promote
itself more effectively. The plans for the future are to have the right number of
players so that we can enter the Gay World Cup 2012 in Manchester and be the
first gay rugby club in the East Midlands, as well as being a role model for other
gay people." The club has been set up with the aim of stopping the taboo of
homosexuality and sport.
Provides a regular support and social group for anyone affected by gender
identity issues. We aim to raise awareness about gender issues. We intend tp
provide a safe and confidential place for people to explore issues surrounding
their gender identity, including practical advice and help.
Telephone: 07940 761160 - Davina Daniels
If anyone is uncomfortable emailing the city council address, use:
At the moment, it will meet 6-8pm at the New Foresters.
A group for lesbian and bisexual women who are interested in writing in all its
forms. They meet on the 2nd Monday of each month at Nottingham Women’s
Centre and also communicate online. For details e-mail
SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY
See you next Tuesday is a social gathering for "Girls who like girls". . It's from
8.00 pm every Tuesday in the Orange Tree pub, on Shakespeare Street.
No agenda just a place to meet each week to make friends and have a relaxed
chat and a good few laughs with new people, all very welcome. For info please
email firstname.lastname@example.org and there is also a Facebook group -
5 a side football.
Meet every Tuesday 6-7 at the Forest Astro Turf (Goose Fair site)
suits all levels of fitness and ability, everyone welcome
contact Julie Bennett for more information
email email@example.com tel-077909 98205
UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM LGBT SOCIETY
Organises various social events which are set out on their website.
LGBT Association, University of Nottingham Students' Union
Portland Building, University Park
Nottingham NG7 2RD
Website www.uonlgbt.org e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Broadway Cinema, 14 Broad Street, Nottingham
Tel: 0115 952 6600/6611
Arts cinema, frequently showing 'gay interest' films.
Their café is LGB friendly.
CIVIL REGISTRATION OF PARTNERSHIPS
This became possible in December 21st 2005. The procedure is as follows:
Phone the City Registry Office on 0115 947 5665 and make an appointment to
see them – they’re at Nottingham Council House, Old Market Square. They
need at least 15 days notice before a ceremony can be arranged. The
ceremony can take place at the registry office or at any of the City’s other
approved venues. The ceremony can take up to 30 minutes and you can
arrange your own form of vows, readings, music etc, though the registry office
will provide guidance and examples if you need them – nothing of a religious
nature is permitted.
Gay/bi men’s health club and sauna.
1 Lennox Street, Nottingham, NG1 1ER.
08712 885 156
147 Radford Road, Hyson Green, Nottingham (opposite ASDA car park)
Tel.: 0115 978 3567
Gay videos, gay DVDs, aromas, magazines, toys and lube.
Tel: 0115 960 5197. Contact - Carl Burgess-Bowler
Member of the Gay Business Association and one of the sponsors of the
National Gay Funeral Advice Helpline.
Gay and/or gay-friendly staff are available, and full services for HIV and AIDS
related deaths can be provided.
HEALTHY GAY NOTTINGHAM – FORMERLY THE G.A.I. PROJECT
Gay & Bisexual Men's health project at 12 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL
Free condoms, lube; outreach work, LGB awareness training, group work, short
term-one-to-one support and counselling. Support in reporting homophobic
Tel: 0115-947-6868 (Mon-Fri, 9.00am-5.00pm)
G.U.M. CLINIC NOTTINGHAM
GUM Clinic, City Hospital, Hucknall Road. 0115 962 7744
Quarterly newsletter with information for lesbians in Nottinghamshire, listing
places to meet, local and national events, entertainments, health and welfare
advice, courses and training, etc.
Available FREE from Nottingham Lesbian Community Centre, Women's Centre,
30 Chaucer Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LP, but please send a cheque for £2
minimum or same value in 2nd class stamps to cover postage.
Also e-mail email@example.com Lookout can also be sent by e-mail
NOTTINGHAM LGBT CONSULTATION FORUM
A meeting of various representatives of the City’s LGBT groups (and interested
individuals). The aim is to work with the City Council to address the concerns
and needs of the local LGBT population. It meets roughly every 3 months.
If you would like to be involved, contact via the City Council Equality and
Diversity Team or phone Switchboard or Healthy Gay Nottingham (see
NOTTINGHAM CITY LGBT POLICE CONSULTATION GROUP
A meeting of various representatives of the City’s LGBT groups (and interested
individuals) with members of the police, the prosecution service, Victim Support,
City Council etc. It looks at issues related to homophobic crime, fear of crime,
policing. It meets every 3 months. If you are interested in being involved, leave
your details with Notts Switchboard or the Healthy Gay Nottingham
NOTTS HARDSHIP FUND (HIV)
Set up to provide financial help to people of limited means who are living with
Grants are made towards essential expenditure and living costs for people living
with HIV in Nottinghamshire. As it is at present entirely dependent on its own
fundraising, private donations are also welcome.
Tel. 0115 845 7135 or Healthy Gay Nottingham on 0115 947 6868
A not-for-profit organisation which organises Nottingham Pride LGBT Festival.
Volunteers always needed. For information see
QB - Nottingham's Queer Bulletin LGBT bi-monthly free news sheet
Available on the "scene" and also at the Tourism Centre, Playhouse,
7 Mansfield Road , Broadway, Health Shop/HGN, Women's Centre,
larger libraries in the County e.g. Retford, Worksop, Newark, Mansfield Sutton
in Ashfield, West Bridgford, Beeston etc
Can be seen online at www.nottsrainbowheritage.org.uk
Send any contributions to Lesbian and Gay Switchboard by post or e-mail
If you want to receive QB regularly by e-mail, contact Switchboard and ask to
be put on the e-mail list.
REFLECTIONS HEALTH CLUB
1 Kilbourn Street, NG3 1BQ - off Huntingdon Street, 0115 9588880
Men only. bespoke steam room, new double showers, themed hot tub, large
DVD lounge with leather sofas, 4 rest rooms. Decked outdoor smoking patio.
(dressing gowns provided). Free Car Parking Available
Opening times:(last admission 1 hour before close time)
Mon. - Fri. 12 noon - 9pm Sat. & Sun. 12 noon - 8pm
Normal admission is £10 but £2 reduction mid-week for students, unemployed,
senior citizens www.reflectionshealthclub.co.uk
Roshni provides a range of services for Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and
Refugee (BAMER) women, children and young people who experience
domestic or sexual violence. Roshni works towards the eradication of violence
through a non-judgmental approach, with a focus around empowerment and
enabling women, children and young people to live their lives free from fear of
Roshni’s services include safe, supported housing provision for South Asian
women and children as well as information, advice and advocacy support for
women living in the community who are affected by domestic and sexual
violence. This includes specialist skills relating to forced marriage, honour
based violence and responding to associated issues such as multiple
perpetrators and coercion, especially for LGBT women who frequently face
overt and subtle forms of violence because of their sexuality or sexual identity.
Thanks to funding from Comic Relief, Roshni are offering free, individual, face
to face counselling and therapy to 16-25 year-old BAMER young women who
are currently experiencing, or have previously been affected by any form of
gender based violence including domestic abuse, sexual violence, bullying or
assault, violence in intimate and same-sex relationships, forced marriage,
female genital mutilation (FGM), ‘honour’ based violence or gang-related
violence. The service is free of charge and counselling is available in English,
Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Tamil and Spanish. The focus of the service is to enable
women to move on from the past, value themselves and remain free from
Roshni welcomes self-referrals as well as third party referrals. To make a
referral or for more information about the counselling service, contact Roshni by
phone on 0115-9881414 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
STRAIGHT PARTNERS ANONYMOUS
Offers support and information to heterosexual partners (current or former) of
gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender mates and mixed orientation couples for
constructively resolving "coming out" issues etc
Contact Vicky at the Health Shop on Broad Street
BANNA LESBIAN HOUSING
Reasonably priced lesbian housing and accommodation in Nottingham.
Seeks lesbians to volunteer as co-op members - contact Switchboard for
COMMUNITY AND NEIGHBOURHOOD PROTECTION SERVICE
Help with various types of harassment. You do not have to be in rented/council
owned property for this. Can offer advice when people are threatened with
0115 915 2020 8.45am-4.45pm, Mon-Fri
19 Meadow Road, Beeston
(100 yards from Railway Station)
Tel: 0115 922 7509
Notts Switchboard has a constantly changing file of usually people who are
offering flat/house shares. Most are in/near Nottingham, but some are in other
parts of the County. Rents and facilities vary. Contact Switchboard if you are
seeking or offering shared accommodation.
MORRIGAN LESBIAN HOUSING
Morrigan Lesbian Housing Co-operative aims to provide affordable, good
standard accomodation for lesbians who have the desire and commitment to
manage their own housing through the Co-op. Compulsory General Meetings
are held once a month and Members are required to actively participate in the
administration of the co-operative.
Contact email@example.com or phone 0115 9422229 for futher details
NEW GABLES HOTEL
1 Hucknall Road, Nottingham. NG5 3LX
0115 9857764 Gay and lesbian hotel which is also“straight friendly”. Run by
the New Foresters people.