A social group for bisexual people (or those who think they may be bisexual) in and around Manchester. The group meets every 1st Tuesday of the month at the LGBT Foundation (7:30pm). www.biphoria.org.uk for other meeting dates and further information.
For gay men. They meet twice a month for support, friendship and an alternative to the commercial gay scene, as well as longer breaks away. Visit www.edwardcarpentercommunity.org.uk for more info.
A social and support group for men who are or have been in a relationships with women but have sexual feelings towards other men. They meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at Via on Canal Street (7:30pm). Visit www.gaymarriedmen.org.uk for details.
A project based at The Gay Centre on Sidney Street in Manchester for LGB’s aged 14 to 25. It provides a safe space for LGB young people to feel safe and at ease in with a wide variety of activities too. It also provides a variety of activities in which young LGB’s can take part. Contact them via email@example.com. See also www.lgym.org.uk
An informal dining and social groups for Gay and Bi men who live, work or socialise in and around Manchester. It meets for a buffet or sit-down meal on the first Thursday of every month. The venue is different each month but is generally in or near the city centre and occasionally in the gay village. Contact Mango on 07866 909677 or firstname.lastname@example.org
An online way of meeting up with others in groups that have specific interests. Check out www.meetup.com and browse for groups that interest you.
A LGBT Foundation social & support group that meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month (7:30 – 9pm). For gay & bi men aged over 40. http://lgbt.foundation/get-support/Groups/older-and-bolder/
Social group for LGBT’s over 50 and their carers or friends of any age. Drop-in sessions every Wednesday afternoon (1-3pm) at the LGF. There are activities every Thursday – see www.outinthecity05.webs.com for further details.
OutEverywhere is a gay social networking organisation centred around its own website. You can meet other gay men by exchanging messages, chatting online, or going along to any of the informal meetings and social events organised by members using the website’s facilities. Visit www.outeverywhere.com and register your own profile.
People Like Us Stockport (or PLUS for short) is a social group for the local Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans community.