Diary of events at Crossroads

Next Meeting - September 22nd 2018

 

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High TeaThis month is the very popular High Tea event. Sandwiches and cake will be provided. Tea or Cocktail style dresses are optional.

HairWare Wigs will be bringing a selection of wigsfor you to try out and see what suits. They will also advise on wig care (washing, conditioning, brushing etc) and will have proper wig care products as well.

We will also be joined by Berkeley Wilde, the director of Diversity Trust who do great work with the LGBT community. Also Ian Boulter, a local South Glouscester councillor and the chair of the South Glos LGBTQ+ Network working group. He is coming along to find out about us and see what the council can do to help and safeguard TG people who live, work or visit South Glos.

We always welcome your suggestions for activities or events at Crossroads. Please get in touch.

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