Mental wellbeing resources in Kingston

By Annie McIntyre

On 1 July, Kingston Mental Well-being Festival was held at the King Charles Centre in Surbiton.  I went along for a few reasons: as a user of mental health services myself, and because I have an interest in community wellbeing and wanted to identify resources that might be useful for you here.

It’s Bisexual Visibility Day 2018

By Katy Harrad

23rd September every year is Bisexual Visibility Day, also known as International Celebrate Bisexuality Day. This is the focus for a flurry of activity in the bi community (usually including a series of wry jokes about suddenly becoming visible just for a day and then disappearing again) and with luck, some recognition from the wide…

An evening of Queer Films in Kingston

By Liam Rogers

Our short film event is back for 2018. We’ll be turning Kingston Quaker Centre in to a queer cinema on the evening of Saturday 6th October, followed by drinks at a nearby venue. Tickets are £5 for general admission and £3 for concessions or low/no income individuals. The seating is unallocated. For this film screening…

Why should you come to London BiFest?

By Katy Harrad

What’s London BiFest? It’s an annual day (or afternoon) event celebrating the bisexual community and its allies. There are other BiFests held around the country, which is why this one has London in its name. The first one was held in 1999, and they’ve been happening semi-regularly since. It went on hiatus for a while,…

Happy Trans Day of Visibility

By Charlie Parker

Today is trans day of visibility and we would like to take some time to celebrate the trans Members of Kingston LGBT Forum. The number of trans people attending our events has begun to increase this year. This increase is important to us because, with more trans people becoming involved in the Forum, the better…