The Gay Professional Network: your platform to promote your cause, your business, venue and yourself. It helps your further your business or career and makes meaningful business and social contacts. You get connected, proactive and productive.
It is also a get together of like minded people who enjoy meeting other people. All very nice people in a relaxed atmosphere. http://www.gpn.one
Friday, 17 March 2017
Tower Hamlet LGBT Community Forum
WELCOME TO OUR MID MARCH '17 NEWSFLASH A WARM WELCOME TO ALL OUR NEW SUBSCRIBERS!
MARCH FORUM MEETING
Our next Forum meeting is on Monday 20th Marchat Positive East, 159 Mile End Road, London E1 4AQfrom 6pm - 8pm We look forward to seeing you there!
EVENTS COMING UP Our next Forum Social Event will be going along to the monthly Queers Without Beers meetup onThursday, April 6th at 6:30pm at Paper and Cup, 18 Calvert Avenue, Shoreditch, E2 7JP
Queers Without Beers describe their meetups as 'an evening to meet up with others without the stress of having to drink loads as well' and 'a social space for queers of all persuasions that doesn't revolve around booze'. Read more about Queers Without Beers here https://www.meetup.com/Queers-Without-Beers/ We think it sounds like just our cup of tea, so we look forward to seeing you there!
Gay Men's Dance Company (GMDC) Charity Gala: A Celebration of Love, Sex, Community & Pride
The Gay Men's Dance Company's first annual variety showcase, starring The GMDC members from London & Brighton, our Choir and Pole dancers; also featuring special guest acts Conleth Kane, Aura-J & National Pole Champion Sam King. Join them for an uplifting evening of fun and frolics, joy and jazz-hands, as they take you on a journey through song, dance and spoken word reflective of gay life in 2017
OUR PHOTO COMPETITION IS NOW OPEN! ELOP and Tower Hamlets Council are inviting YOU to send us your photographs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender + ‘queer’ (LGBT+) life in the borough of Tower Hamlets - capturing a rich visual record of the community in all its diversity. All of the photographs submitted will be added to the collections of Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives, meaning your image will be preserved permanently as a contemporary historical document. The best photographs will be displayed in a big exhibition at Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives between July and September 2017, forming part of London’s annual Pride celebrations!
YOUR VIEWS NEEDED FOR SURVEY -JUST A FEW MORE RESPONSES NEEDED! We are looking to gather the views of LGBT people who live, work or study in Tower Hamlets on what they might want from adult social care services as they get older. We’d like to find out how people who identify as LGBT in Tower Hamlets feel about situations in which they may need extra care as they get older, such as being cared for in their homes or moving to care homes. You don’t need to be an older person in order to give your views; we would like the views of LGBT people of all ages, so although these situations may not affect you in the present we want to hear how you feel about them as you think about your future.
The survey takes a couple of minutes - take it here:
Join the Forum! Joining the Tower Hamlets LGBT Community Forum is free and all you have to do is live, work or study in Tower Hamlets and fill out this form or simply email LGBTforum@elop.orgwith a request to join!