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Welcome to Gay Somerset – This is your place to find out about gay life in and around the county of  Somerset.

Gay Somerset is part of the PrideWest Magazine, our websites mission is to inform and support the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender community in Somerset.  You’ll find details of gay scene venues in the County, and also details of support and social groups to participate in.

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LGBT History Month 2019

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LGBT History Month was celebrated between 1st – 28th February. Many events were held across the region to celebrate LGBT History Month. THE newly formed Trowbridge pride committee met in the community room of the local Tesco to where the group were visited by members of the public who were keen to ask questions about ...

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Have You Considered Fostering Or Adoption ?

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4th-10th March marks LGBT Fostering and Adoption week nationally. To mark the week Bristol City Council are holding an open event for LGBT+ people who would like to find out more about fostering. Many LGBT+ people naturally consider adoption but did you know you can foster long term until a child reaches adulthood? Many people ...

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Weston Super Mare Pride 2018 Live Coverage

WSM Pride Live

Join us for live social media coverage of Weston Super Mare’s Pride Event for 2018 Weston-super-Mare Pride 2018 promised to come back bigger and better, and that’s exactly what they have achieved. The 5th annual WSM Pride will be returning to the town’s Grove Park and celebrated over a jam packed, 2 day event, running ...

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World AIDS Day 2017

World AIDS Day 2017

Terrence Higgins Trust’s theme for World AIDS Day 2017 is See Red. On Friday 1 December, people all over the world will wear a red ribbon with pride, without fear, shame or stigma. On World AIDS Day, the colour red represents solidarity, love, activism and remembrance. The more we See Red, the sooner we will ...

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Somerset Gay Scene Guide

Karaoke, Quiz Nights, Dancing round your handbag, Raving your bits off or just a quiet pint with your friends – you’ll find that venues across Somerset & Bristol that have something for everyone. Take a look at our handy Scene Guide to find out where to go.

Browse our Somerset Scene Guide Here

Somerset LGBT Community Groups

Somerset is fortunate to have a wide range of both social and support groups available to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community, both within the County itself and also the neighbouring areas, so you’re never too far away from either a Social or Support Group, and you’ll find many of these listed in our Community Group Guide

Browse our Community Group Guide