This month we're visting the Millennium Gallery! Besides the permanent exhibitions we'll also be visiting this one: http://www.museums-sheffield.org.uk/…/coming…/hope-is-strong
We’ll meet in the main entrance (at the bottom of the escalators) at 2pm and have a look round the exhibitions. Afterwards we’ll go for a drink and a chat at a nearby cafe. Friends, family and partners are welcome to attend.
If you’re running late, you can call or text the T-Boys phone and we’ll let you know where we are.
Join us for a board game social at the Treehouse Board Game Cafe. Partners, friends and family are welcome to attend.
The cafe serves a range of snacks and light meals with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options. There is a £5 cover charge per person which T-Boys will pay.
The cafe is located on Boston Street, just off London Road. It is fully wheelchair accessible and dog-friendly. If you have any other concerns about accessibility or getting to the venue, please get in touc...h.
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Our meeting this month is a festive social at The Art House. There'll be games and snacks but feel free to bring your own as well! Partners, friends and family are also welcome
We'd like to thank everyone who attended the TDOR event last night and to all our speakers and performers at the vigil. The organisers would really like to hear your feedback on what you thought went well and what could be improved for next year. Please fill in the form below if you have any feedback: https://goo.gl/forms/esT7atS7knK92YgD2
Another reminder that we're still looking for speakers/performers for the TDOR vigil. Ideally we'd like to finalise the running order by the 15th so please get in touch before then if you'd like to speak! We're now prioritising trans/non-binary people of colour to ensure the event's contributors are as diverse as possible.
We're looking for speakers and performers for the TDOR vigil, please get in touch if you're interested with a brief summary of what you'd like to perform and/or speak about.
We're particularly looking for contributions from trans women/people who experience transmisogyny and trans/non-binary people of colour, who are disproportionately affected by transphobic violence. Please share the event and call for speakers among your networks, we'd like as diverse a range of contributors as possible.