These London trans community events are organised by members of Trans Network London. Click on the event for more details. To look at events organised by one group only, click on the group name at the bottom on the page.
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March 14, 2018
March 14, 2018
56 Dean Street
London, W1D 6AQ
Free weekly session at CliniQ, 56 Dean Street
cliniQ services include:
Please find information about your visit including travel instructions at http://cliniq.org.uk/your-visit/
Contact us at 020 3315 6699 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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March 16, 2018
March 16, 2018 –
The Roundhouse Theatre
Chalk Farm Road
London, NW1 8EH
Since October 2014, Gendered Intelligence has run a youth group for black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) 13-25 year olds in London.
Just to be extra clear, the BAME group is an additional group. If you come to it, it doesn't mean you have to stop going to one of the other youth groups (Under 16 or 16-25).
These groups will offer chilled out session with social time, refreshments, and an opportunity to ask questions about trans-related matters for group discussion. Young trans people are welcome to submit questions to us in advance or write them down anonymously on the day, and we'll do our best to answer them as a group. We also play games, and occasionally have structured activities based around issues that may affect young trans or questioning people.
March 17, 2018
March 17, 2018 –
London Charing Cross Railway Station
London, WC2 5HS
This is the regular social event organised by FTM London. Hosted by Joe Swift, we meet at 1pm by the ticket office in Charing Cross Railway Station. Then we have dinner together in a cheap restaurant nearby, often Leon in The Strand or Gabi's in Charing Cross Road. The group is usually small and always friendly. No need to book, just turn up.
March 17, 2018 –
34-68 Colombo Street
London, SE1 8DP
This is a football kick about for all genders AND for all of the trans community, including families, friends and partners of trans people. If you are under 16 and can come along with a parent or carer, the parent/ carer can watch or join in!
If you are under 16 and want to come without an accompanying adult then get in touch, so that we can let you know more about the allocated youth worker who will be responsible.
If you want to come but have any problems e.g. travel costs please e mail and we can look at your needs.
If it's your first time coming along, please contact us here so we can let you know about any last minute changes.
£3-£5 per player (to cover the cost of the pitch)
March 18, 2018
March 18, 2018 –
East Finchley Tube Station
London, N2 0NW
In January, GI launched its first 'Allotment Club'. We want to give young trans people the opportunity to enjoy being outside, learn how to grow vegetables and to get as muddy as they like. We do quite a lot of chatting at Gendered Intelligence, but this isn't for everyone. This is an opportunity to make friends and to hang out without the need to feel that you have to talk.
Young people can learn about what plants needs to grow and how to manage an allotment space. There will also be hot chocolate to drink.
Contact us at http://genderedintelligence.co.uk/contact/email if you require more information.
Meet at East Finchley Tube Station then walk to the allotment
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