There are other LGBT groups and LGBT-friendly businesses in the area. Please visit our friends below to find out more.

Broken Rainbow
Provides the National Helpline for LGBT people experiencing domestic violence - Tel: 0300 999 5428

Corby Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) Network
Our primary objective is to offer a safe environment to meet new people, socialise, make friends and exchange information in the North of the County. An informal network evening is held on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at the ideally located "The Rooftop Gallery and Workshops" in Corby town centre. New people are always welcome. Public and voluntary sector organisations and groups are invited to come along to share news and information. To find out more, including location details and directions, please visit www.corbylgbt.co.uk or email [email protected].

Deaf Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Group Northamptonshire
E:mail [email protected], Tel: 01604 589011, Minicom: 01604 588184, Fax: 01604 754529, SMS: 07817 006817

GO Network
We are a midlands based network for women with around 660 members, and we produce a diary of events about twice per month. Although this is a women’s only network we do have a small number of men who are part of the network, because they are organisers of events which include women. For more information please contact: [email protected]

Lesbian Line
The Line Lesbian line has been going around 20 years, in various guises. We are not part of any other group and act independently. A collective of volunteers run the Wednesday night telephone help-line and drop-in. Many women of all ages have been through our doors - we will always welcome you - drop in. The Line was established to help women who are questioning their sexuality and who seek a safe and confidential environment in which to access support from lesbians. The telephone helpline is seen as the main priority, although the drop-in is recognised as an important opportunity for lesbians to find out about other events.

Q-FILM
Q-FILM is the Northampton-based film group that explores gay and lesbian themes on the big screen. Meeting monthly at the Errol Flynn Filmhouse, the group is free to join for anyone over 18.

Q-WORD
Q-WORD is the Northampton-based book group that explores gay aspects within a variety of literature. It is open to anyone over 18 who want to meet once a month, make new friends and have a laugh! All are welcome to join - just get in touch!

Northampton Outlaws Rugby Football Club
Welcome to Northampton Outlaws RFC, Northampton's inclusive gay friendly rugby club.

Northampton Pride
Northampton's LGBT community has grown from strength to strength over so many years, but it has forever just bubbled on in the background. It is time to come out and show Northampton the true colours of the rainbow! Thanks your interest for sparing your time to visit this website. :)

Out There
LGBTQ Youth Group supported by The Lowdown Young People's Service. More info from 01604 634385 or email: [email protected] www.thelowdown.info

Peter Tatchell Foundation
Speaking out for human rights

Pink News
Get the latest LGBT headlines!

Portrait Of A Wedding
Tracy’s genuine warmth, relaxed style and love of people brings out the best in her subjects. Weddings allow her to really connect with clients, and they enjoy a truly personal service. The end result is an extraordinary collection of photographs that tell a story – your story.

Q:Alliance
We are the LGBT Organisation in Milton Keynes. We will keep you up-to-date with all the latest goings on, including information on our Annual General Assembly. If you have something to share with the rest of the LGBT communities in MK email us: [email protected]

Stonewall
Stonewall is renowned for its campaigning and lobbying. Some major successes include helping achieve the equalisation of the age of consent, lifting the ban on lesbians and gay men serving in the military, securing legislation allowing same-sex couples to adopt and the repeal of Section 28. More recently Stonewall has helped secure civil partnerships and ensured the recent Equality Act protected lesbians and gay men in terms of goods and services