P3 run a social group for the Chester and Chester to support those who identify as LGBT+ who feel excluded from mainstream LGBT+ society for their own personal reasons. We encourage anyone who feels isolated to contact us to see If the group is for you.

The aim of the group is to offer a safe environment for people to make links with others in a similar situation, and to help build confidence when dealing with issues around your sexuality. Our fortnightly meetings can include anything from organised talks, to arranged outings or just having a chat to talk through shared experiences or getting advice. Pride in P3 takes part in the annual Chester Pride event to promote social inclusion.

The group runs on alternating Mondays

Please call 01244 405930 or email lee.byrne@p3charity.org for details.

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