Welcome to LGBT Foundation's Women's Programme

LGBT Foundation's Women's Programme aims to support and empower all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans women to improve their health and wellbeing, to improve skills, increase confidence and reduce isolation.

Our spaces are for all self-identifying lesbian, gay, bi, queer or questioning women, trans women, non-binary people wishing to access a women-centred space, and for those whose gender identity includes woman some or all of the time. Our spaces are inclusive of women of colour, older women, and disabled women. We try to make our services welcoming and accessible to all; if you have any specific access requirements please let us know by contacting women@lgbt.foundation and we'll try to help.


Quilting The Lesbian Archive Visit - Wednesday 7th December, 5pm

We'll be visiting Sarah-Joy Ford's exhibit at MMU's building at 70 Oxford Road, and being shown round by the artist herself!

Sarah-Joy Ford is completing her PhD research into quilting as a method for revisioning lesbian archives. The abundance of symbols and ideas acknowledged in this work comes from Sarah-Joy’s passionate commitment to the communities in her quilts. They are public gifts to the women who fought for the right to vote, whose visibility was denied, whose sexuality was considered a threat to establishments from the literary to military. They are an art of pleasure and resistance.


Wanna dance with somebody? We’ve got you covered with Dance Out! Join our FREE, fun, and friendly dance classes, twice a month.
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Quiz Club takes place once a month, on a Monday at 5pm. There's questions, a bit of chat, answers, and some laughs!
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If you would like more information or you would like to join our mailing list, please send an email to: women@lgbt.foundation