Title: GMFA's Guide To Gay Sports Clubs And Social Groups

Gloucester Rural Friendship Group

LGBT People and those exploring their sexual orientation can often find themselves isolated in a hostile environment. Rural isolation, because of age, lack of transport, lack of money or friends may further add to a sense of loneliness and lack of self confidence. Isolation can be exacerbated by an experience of illegality (as gay men over 60 will well know), or by constant homophobic bullying and harassment. Peer support can make a tremendous difference. Friendship Support Groups will give an individual a sense of belonging, widen personal and social networks and support a stronger sense of well-being. The groups offer the opportunity to have fun, develop skills, gain knowledge and confidence. Groups will be run by volunteers who have similar experiences as other members of the group. They understand the prospective members might feel nervous about joining a group. You will be met by trained volunteers who will accompany you to your first meeting.

Telephone: 07903 472899 This number is not staffed at all times but you can leave a message that we will respond to
Email: admin@gay-glos.org
Website: www.gay-glos.org/
Address: Our old PO Box Number is now closed due to increased costs and diminishing demand. Anything sent to it will no longer reach us., Instead, please contact us by email or telephone to obtain our postal address should you require it.
Gender: Mixed Lesbian / Gay / Bisexual / TV / TS
When: Mon: 19.30–22.00 Tue: 19.30–22.00 Wed: 19.30–22.00 Thu: 19.30–22.00 Fri: 19.30–22.00
Information last updated: 10 February 2017
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The information on this web page was last updated in April 2007