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Councillor Windows Withdraws From Mayoral Election Following Campaign

Following a recent campaign led by the local LGBT community, Conservative Councillor Chris Windows has decided to withdraw his nomination to be the next Lord Mayor of Bristol.

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Bristol Post Reveal Drop In Sales After Front Page Gay Wedding Photo

The Editor of the Bristol Post has revealed that they lost thousands of sales of the paper after publishing a photograph of a newly married gay couple on the front page of the paper.

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PrideWest Live : Equal Marriage

Saturday 29 March 2014 will be a landmark day in the LGBT Community as it will be the day that the first same sex weddings will be able to take place following the passing of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013, which received Royal Assent on 17 July 2013.

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Petition Launched To Oppose Controversial Mayor Appointment

Opposition continues to grow surrounding the appointment of Councillor Chris Windows as Bristol’s new Lord Mayor as a petition is launched in order for an official debate to be held.

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Halcyon Networking – Bristol Tobacco Theatre

Halcyon Networking , a not-for-profit LGBT business network based in Bristol is inviting people to join them at the Tobacco Factory Theatre in Bristol which includes a tour of the theatre, a talk on its history & a ticket to see Tom Wainwright’s wildly successful play about ‘Banksy’.

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Swindon Youth Support is ‘Out Of The Can’

Young people who are unsure or confused about their sexuality in the Swindon area can take advantage of a weekly group set up to help them.

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Cycle Out Bristol announce April rides

Cycle Out Bristol is a cycling group for LGBT people and their friends for Bristol and the surrounding area, organising regular cycle rides and social events throughout the year.

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Bristol Pride Celebrate Same Sex Marriage

From the 29 March same sex couples will be able to marry in England and Wales so Bristol Pride are celebrating by throwing a party and inviting the local community.

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