OutREACH Cumbria & The Cumbria LGBT Alliance Are holding an LGBT Forum in Carlisle on
Saturday 12th May 2012 at The Carlisle Enterprise Centre, James Street, Carlisle, CA2 5BB (Carlisle Enterprise Centre is close to the city centre, bus and train stations, limited car parking is available to the rear of the centre) The Forum is open to LGBT Groups in Cumbria and to anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans.
The Forum starts at 10.00 and runs until 3pm, refreshments and a buffet lun... Continue reading...
In the early hours of 1st May 2012, 1.55am, an assault occurred outside Outrageous on English Street, Carlisle. A verbal altercation took place in the Lowther arcade, following which the victim in this case walked from Lowther arcade, across English Street to outside B & M, where he talked to the driver of a white taxi. A person then approached this male and struck him. The victim, who is 34yrs old fell to the floor and was subsequently taken to CIC where his condition deteriorated and he was... Continue reading...
Police Surgery - Outrageous There will no longer be a Police Surgery at Outrageous on the first Friday of each month as Cumbria Police will soon be launching a new Liaison Officer scheme. Details will appear here soon.
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Please complete this LGF online survey that aims to get a better understanding of LGB people's drug and alcohol use.
Are holding an LGBT forum in Carlisle on Saturdat 10th of March at the Carlisle Enterprise Centre, James Street, Carlisle, CA2 5BB (The Carlisle Enterprise Centre is close to the city centre, bus and train stations with limited car parking at the rear of the building).
'The future of LGBT community projects in Cumbria, and what cab the LGBT community do to support itself?'
The Forum is open to anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgen... Continue reading...
Officers will be available at Outrageous, 77-79 English Street, Carlisle from 4pm to 5pm on the first Friday of each month to assist with any issues that the LGBT community think the police can help with.
If you feel uneasy about calling the police or asking for their support, the drop-in service is here to help you.
Officers will be available at Outrageous, 79 English Street, Carlisle from 3pm to 5pm on Friday 4th November, Friday 2nd December and Friday 6th January to assist with any issues that the LGBT Community think the police can help with.
If you feel uneasy about calling the police or asking for their support, the drop-in service is here for you.