Bulletin number 5 – now going out to nearly 80 members of Notts community
Notts Trans Hub Now on Facebook
A group space for local organising, asking practical questions and sharing resources
Trans-scribing Gender Stories – Video
A short (5 mins) film of the spoken word event has been uploaded to our youtube channel – the full performances will be added to the channel in a day or two.
Kick-About (trans led)
Join us for a friendly kick about. This will be LGBTQIA+ inclusive. A jumpers for goalposts style event. Mixed teams, mixed abilities, all are welcome! Forest Rec ground, Sunday 28th June, 3pm
Are you aged over 60 and self-identify as trans, (or otherwise in the LGBT+ community)?
Michael Toze, a trans researcher at the University of Lincoln is currently looking for people who would be willing to participate in a one-off interview to share their views about GP services. For more info email
2021 census – have your say
ONS is encouraging people to respond to current proposals – it’s a complex survey but there’s an “additional information” box at the end for issues with 2021 census (e.g recording of sex and gender)
New Independent Advisory Group (IAG)
Aimed at the North Notts LGBT community. Inaugural meeting 6.30pm until 8pm Wednesday 24th June 2015, Bassetlaw District Council, Queens Buildings, Potter Street, Worksop, S80 2AH. For more information email
Nottingham Equality and Fairness Commission
Now have a transgender representative, Sam Hope – the commission represents equality and diversity issues that impact on the lives of Nottingham citizens – please email Notts Trans Hub with issues that need feeding back to EFC
QT Walks (trans led)
Wollaton Hall to St Martin’s Pond 11th July 2015, 3.5 miles Walk start: 1.30pm by war memorial, Cafe meet-up: 12.30pm (for all LGBTIQA folks and their supporters) more info
Pub social, trans friendly – Lord Roberts, 2nd Thursday of the month, Nottingham. more info
New Melton Mowbray LGBT Group
Peer support group aimed at the LGBT communities in the Melton area for those aged 18 – 30
Trans Swimming in Leicester
Monthly swimming at Aylestone Leisure Centre for trans people
Can be viewed here
Consultations, Awareness Raising, and General Moaning
We want to be able to bring the community together to get our voices heard, so please email us with any issues/ideas arising in Notts. If you’re cis and reading this, the bulletin is now going out to a LOT of trans folks so please consider including us in your consultation work and trans representation, rather than just asking one random person you happen to know.
Notts Trans Hub is a shared, non-profit resource for the full diversity of the trans community – if you want to be part of it, or promote your stuff, please get in touch
About Notts Trans Hub
- Support for trans community organising in Notts
- If you want to get involved or have a project you want to link to the Hub, please let us know.
- Home of the safer space guidelines
- A monthly bulletin for services, supporters and trans folks to share info – email us to add to the bulletin