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50+ LGBT+ Coffee Morning - Every Thursday at Furzedown Project, Tooting
The 50+ Wandsworth LGBTQ+ coffee morning runs every Thursday at The Furzedown Project in Tooting and is the only weekly service for the older LGBT+ community in South London. The morning is a social activity which runs very informally under the watchful eye of the Wandsworth LGBTQ+ Forum. We have guest speakers every 2 weeks with a catch up session inbetween. Here is a list of what's coming up for September September 13th - Jane Traise (Writer, ‘Now You See Me – Lesbian Life Stories’) Out now! September 27th - Wise Thoughts (LGBT & BAME Arts Charity in London) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Wandsworth LGBTQ+ Coffee Morning has been running for over a year now. Each week we welcome guests to the Furzedown Project from all over London for a friendly chat and informative guest speakers. There are also opportunities for activities throughout the week with people from the group. Furzedown or the Wandsworth LGBTQ+ Forum. Please note! If you are a new person interested in attending, please come along free of charge but either RSVP to the meetup, call us on[masked] or email [masked]

Furzedown Project

93 Moyser Rd, London SW16 6SJ · London

What we're about

The Wandsworth LGBT Forum are a group made up of Volunteers who campaign locally, and across London, on issues of LGBT Quality. It is led by the Chair (David Robson) and has a committee of 5 officers. The Group is open to anyone who defines as LGBT and has a connection to the borough of Wandsworth either through work, home or fun. We hold seasonal public meetings in which we discuss issues that we are currently campaigning on. We also run several social events throughout the year related to the LGBT calendar (World AIDS Day, IDAHOT, LGBT History Month and Pride to name a few). Our popular LGBT film club 'Out at Clapham' is a monthly event at the Clapham Picturehouse and attracts a great programme of diverse events. In October 2015 we celebrated our 10 year anniversary as a community group and 2016 is shaping up to build on our achievements. We'd love you to come and be apart of it.

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