Sometimes we forget during funding cuts, that we have a great service operating. As the days have now got a little bit longer and the sun comes out for that extra 2 hours per day, even though it might be hiding behind a cloud full of rain.
Ask yourself a few questions, or do I know someone who would benefit.
- Are you new to the city
- Are you looking for support
- Are you looking for new friends
- Are you felling a bit lonely or isolated
If you answer yes to any of these questions, why not try one of the following: community groups allow you to discover your sexuality and make friends in a fun and relaxed way.
Meet and Greet, group of friends meet up on the 1st Tuesday of the month in The Other Place, their role is to welcome you and make you feel part of the community. Visit the Facebook page here.
Choral Con Fusion, meet up every Wednesday at 6.30pm to sing their hearts out! To join contact: email@example.com
Out4dinner, meet up once a month in a different restaurant with great fun and laughter. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Rainbow Ramblers, spend the first Sunday of every month rambling up a hill, taking in our beautiful countryside and making new friends. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Join the Facebook Group here.
If your wondering after seeing this “I wonder will I”, “what if!”
Why not contact me and I will put your mind at ease, some times the first step can be very daunting but Cork has a very welcoming LGBT community waiting for you!
PS: Don’t forget our welcoming café is open 5 days per week serving Cork Coffee Roasters coffee and The Grumpy Baker treats. It is run exclusively by Volunteers from the wider Cork community!
Visit us at: www.theotherplacecork.com or
pop-in for a chat at 8 South Main Street, (above the Flower and Crop Shop)
The Other Place – LGBT Social Centre and Café
8 South Main Street, Cork City
Office: 021 – 4278470