about lgbt+ hinckley
All things start with
We are here for you…
We started on social media in August 2017, since then we have grown and supported our local LGBT community. We are here to support you. You may just need a friendly face to talk to and ask questions and we are here to listen. We also will keep you up to date on everything happening in the area and in the wider community.
Meet the team
Our team maybe small, but it is mighty. We each bring a different part and skills to make LGBT+ Hinckley work for the community. Each member of our team is happy for you to talk to us about anything really. You can reach out to us through our facebook chat either on Facebook itself or through the integrated chat on our website.
We are always looking for people to join our growing community, please contact us and let us know what you can offer to our team: admin@LGBThinckley.co.uk
Founder of LGBT+ Hinckley
I’m a huge fan of the Eurovision song contest (maybe we should have a Eurovision party?) I also love to go to the cinema, Whizzing around Hinckley and the local area on my scooter & also I’m an IT technician for Erud IT who also sponsor LGBT+ Hinckley.
Feel free to follow me on social media if you can find me.
I’m a student currently studying A-levels in biology, chemistry and psychology. When I’m not drowning in revision I also volunteer as a member of St. John’s Ambulance and as a youth leader at a local cubs group! You can find me on Twitter & Instagram @thetrashygayone if you want (I hate the username too but I’m not creative enough to think of anything better)
Mentor & Blogger
Passionate about support for the LGBTQ+ Community. I established and currently run the NWSLC LGBTQ+ Society. Beyond that I enjoy trying new things with good people. I’m also a keen baker!
latest from the blog
Guest blog post by Mieks Weijers, Co-organiser of the Brum Bi Group: What does Bi Visibility Day mean to me? Well firstly, I’ve been bisexual three times. Once, when I was twelve. It was the first label I had, sexuality wise. By thirteen I identified as a...read more
It’s worth defining sexual health as a first step. The World Health Organisation (WHO) says it ‘is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual...read more