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Welcome to North Midlands LGBT Older Peoples Group

We are a friendly group of local older LGBT+ people who support each other through regular meetings and social activities. Most of our physical meetings currently take place in or around Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire. We also have weekly online social meetings on Zoom.

Our social meetings and activities help reduce isolation and loneliness for older LGBT+ people. We provide opportunities to make new friends and to expand your social network.  We also offer health information and workshops to learn new skills.

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Deaf Awareness

By learning basic signs, you can communicate with deaf people around you, such as deaf colleagues, family or friends.  If you’re interested in learning some basic British Sign Language (BSL) from home – here are some free resources!

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Winter Preparedness

With colder weather fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how to stay safe and well this winter period. VAST and Support Staffordshire have created this Winter Preparedness Guide with top tips. 

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Free fun singing sessions

These free fun singing sessions have loads of benefits for our mental and physical health. It doesn’t matter whether you can sing in tune or not: the health benefits will still be the same! Find out more and come and join us…

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Sleep Problems

A few sleepless nights are usually nothing to worry about, but it can become an issue if a lack of sleep starts to affect your daily life. Learn more about the signs of sleep deprivation and what you can do about it.

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Free Sighted Guide Training

Sighted guide training teaches you how to guide a person with sight loss, with confidence, skill and empathy. This free one hour training session offered by the Guide Dogs charity will give you the basic skills you need.

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Get Help With Digital Skills

We work in partnership with The Beth Johnson Foundation to offer access to a “Tea and Tech Drop-in” where you can get support to learn basic digital skills including setting up or using your own devices. Next session Monday 31st July 2023 at 1.30pm.

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We work with a number of local and national partners including those listed below.

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