Here you'll find our list of trans groups in Greater Manchester. We've tried to include all the groups we know about, but if there's something missing, please do get in touch with us at email@example.com!
Afternoon T.E.A is a group for trans young people aged 16-25. The group takes place on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month, 3-5pm at 49/51 Sidney Street, Manchester, M1 7HB.
Action for Trans Health
The UK’s largest campaign for democratic trans healthcare. They give small grants to trans people to enable them to access healthcare, deliver training to medical professionals, provide healthcare advocacy, and support and deliver local trans health initiatives. They have groups in Manchester, Sheffield, Leeds and Brighton. Please contact them to find a meeting near you.
Rainbow Noir is a social and peer support group for people of colour who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Queer and/or Intersex (LGBTQI). They meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Manchester's LGBT Centre on Sidney St.
A new trans group based in Rochdale for all of the trans community and those who support them. Focusing on creating a safe and supportive environment, and peer-led support activities. The group runs on the first Saturday of the month, 11am-1pm, at 5 Caton Street, Rochdale, OL16 1QJ (above Samaritans). For more information, contact 01706 515720, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect is a relaxed and friendly social space for trans* people aged around 18-35, including people who are questioning and those with a trans* history. It takes place on the 1st Monday and 3rd Friday of every month from 15th April, 6-8pm at LGBT Foundation.
Manchester’s social and peer support group for trans men, trans-masculine people, and non-binary people who were assigned female at birth (aged 18+), who wish to discuss relevant issues, and have fun in a safe environment. The group meets every 4th Monday of the month, 6-8pm at LGBT Foundation. Their first launch event will be on 30th September for this month, at 6pm, at LGBT Foundation.
High Peak Trans Group
High Peak Trans is a new support group - if you'd like more information, get in touch with them at email@example.com
Manchester Concord is available for all trans people as a regular venue where they can come along and meet old and new friends. It takes place every Wednesday, 7-11pm, on 2nd Floor of On Bar, 46 Canal St, Manchester, M1 3WD.
Mxer is a social group for non-binary people aged 18+ that runs on the first Friday of the month, 6pm-8pm, at LGBT Foundation. This group is for non-binary people, regardless of whether you identify as trans.
This group is for non-binary and genderfluid people, and runs twice a month, once in our building at LGBT Foundation and once outside of it. The session in the building runs on the fourth Friday of the month, from 6pm-8pm. You can stay updated on the times and dates for the sessions outside the building at the link below.
A peer support group and discussion forum for all trans people and those in any way questioning their gender. You will be heartily welcomed as an individual or together with your partners, family or friends. Takes place every 4th Saturday of the month, 3.30-7pm, at The New Hall at Wilbraham St Ninian’s Church, Wilbraham Road, Chorlton, Manchester, M21 0UB.
A group in Stockport for trans people and those who may be questioning their gender. For more information, visit http://www.stockportplus.org/Trans
Support for domestic violence. Tuesday 1-5pm is a trans specific service.
Mind's helpline provides information on different types of mental health problems and how to get help, as well as legal advice on mental health.
MindLine Trans+ - 0300 330 5468
Bristol MindLine has launched a helpline looking to support trans and non-binary individuals, and those questioning their gender. It is also available for family and allies of trans people. Lines are open Mondays and Fridays, 8pm-midnight. For more information, visit: http://bristolmind.org.uk/help-and-counselling/mindline-transplus/
Sparkle is the world’s largest trans event held every July in Manchester. The festival includes music, talks and workshops that are all free to attend.
Manchester’s free trans swimming group is open to all trans people. They have exclusive use of the pool during this time. The group is on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, 7:30-9pm at Arcadia Library & Leisure Centre, Yew Tree Avenue, Manchester, M19 3PH.
Trans United FC
Trans United football club is a Manchester based football group open to all Trans people regardless of your footballing ability or experience.
Queer of the Unknown
Queer of the Unknown is a queer art collective based in Manchester. They hold a Queer poetry night every second Thursday of the month at Subrosa Social Centre, Lloyd Street South, Manchester, 7pm - 10.30pm.