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Bar Pop (previously Crunch), 10 Canal Street, M1 3EZ.
Cheap drinks and food. Regular DJ playing.
Tel: 0161 236 0446
Cruz 101, 101 Princess Street, M1 6DD.
Busy gay nightclub. Open 6 nights a week.
Tel: 0161 9500 101 Fax: 0161 237 3412
Eden, 3 Brazil St.
A contemporary and comfortable restaurant & bar situated in the heart of Manchester's world-famous Gay Village.
Tel: 0161 237 9852
Eagle, 15 Bloom Street.
Open daily from 5pm till late, men only.
Tel: 0161 2286669
Queer (previously Essential), 8 Minshull St.
Mainly gay male nightclub over three floors.
Tel: 0161 835 1300
Legends, 4-6 Whitworth St.
Manchester’s largest and most maze like club. Four distinct areas, three levels and a different atmosphere in every room.
Tel: 0161 236 5400
Manto, 46 Canal St, M1 3WD.
Gay bar over three floors.
Tel: 0161 236 2667
Mint Lounge, 46-50 Oldham St.
Located in Manchester's vibrant Northern Quarter district - "proud to host some of Manchester's coolest club nights and live music events".
Tel: 0161 228 1495
Napoleons, 35 Bloom St.
The oldest venue in Manchester's Gay Village and are open six nights every week (Wednesday to Monday) - popular with the trans community.
Tel: 0161 236 8800
New York New York, 94 Bloom St, M1 3LY.
One of the original Gay bars in Manchester.
Tel: 0161 236 6556
Overdraught, 121 Princess St, M1 7AG.
Bar popular with students who go to 5th Ave.
Tel: 0161 237 0811
Paddy's Goose, 29 Bloom St, M1 3JE.
Paddys Goose is a traditional pub offering a great choice of drinks and pub food by friendly staff.
Tel: 0161 236 1246
AXM, 100 Bloom Street,, M1 3LY.
7 days a week gay nightclub in Manchester's Gay Village. A friendly, clean, fun and attitude free environment.
Tel: 0161 228 7474
The Docs, 55-59 Bloom Street, M1 3LY.
We provide personal high quality primary health care in Manchester city centre.
Tel: 0161 237 9490 Fax: 0161 228 3164
Website: http://www.thedocsmanchester.co.uk/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LGBT Youth Northwest, PO BOX 153, M60 1LP.
Support & fun projects for LGBT Young people 14-25; support & training for practitioners working with young people.
Tel: 07531 061 777
Trans Youth Support (North West), c/o LGBT Youth North West, PO BOX 153, M60 1LP.
Supporting Trans young people & those questionning their gender identity, aged under 25, through email, phone & up coming Trans Youth Events
Tel: 07530 352079 / 0161 273 7838
Queer Youth Network, c/o LGBT Centre
Salford Youth Council
10 Rosemary Grove, M7 2JG.
A national non-profit making organisation that is run by and for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) and Queer Young People and is based in the United Kingdom.
Website: www.queeryouth.net Email: email@example.com
Gay Outdoor Club - Ability Group.
Outdoor activities for people with all types of abilities/disabilities and their friends and family
Help for and training around the needs of disbaled people.
Tel: 07534 509108
Cumbria Police Hate Crime Reporting Line.
To report a hate crime.
Tel: 0845 33 00 247
Chapel House, Kirkstone Rd, LA22 9DZ.
B&B in the heart of the Lake District National Park and in the oldest part of Ambleside.
Tel: 01539 433143
Website: www.chapelhouse-ambleside.co.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
House of Rainbow.
The House of Rainbow is an inclusive fellowship for people of faith, it caters mainly for LGBTI christians and those who value a safe and welcoming enviroment. We particularly welcome people who are struggling with their sexuality and their beliefs. We meet on the first Tuesday of every month at The LGF Community Resource Centre. For further information, please contact Derek on 07751693708.
Wyre & Lancaster District Hate Crime Project.
Provides support and advice around all hate crime including homophobic and transphobic hate crimes
Trans Lesbian Group, LGBT Centre, 49-51 Sidney St, M1 7HB.
Social and support for LB transwomen
Tel: 0161 273 7128
Website: www.lesbiancommunityproject.co.uk Email: email@example.com
Manchester Gay Skinheads.
Organise the longest running Gay Skinhead Weekend in the UK. A non racist. non political not for profit gay skinhead group.
Manchester Lesbian & Gay Chorus.
Exists to give people from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community in and around Greater Manchester the opportunity to make music in a friendly, safe environment.
Tel: 07944 056 047
Website: www.mlgc.org.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gay In the UK, Refugee Action, 23 - 37 Edge Street, M4 1HW.
LGBT Social group for refugees and asylum seekers, 1st Tuesday of the month 6pm
Tel: 07824 473 479
Manchester Parents Group, PO Box 554, SK4 2WH.
A voluntary organisation which supports families and friends of lesbians, gays and bisexuals.
Tel: 01565 733891
Website: www.manpg.co.uk Email: email@example.com
Four Seasons, 74 Lord Street, FY1 2DG.
Gay friendly hotel.
Tel: 01253 622583