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11 Oct

Supporting Our Team: Donate to Our 2023 Fundraiser

We're fundraising to furnish a studio space for the next 12 months for our team and the wider LGBTQIA+ community. We can only do this with your help.


6 Oct

Statement: Trans people are safe at Blossom

Blossom LGBT CIC is appalled by the recent comments made during the Conservative Conference that undermine the rights and dignity of transgender individuals. We feel compelled to address these comments and reiterate our unwavering commitment to trans inclusivity.


4 Oct

Blossom LGBT Joins calls to respect the lives of LGBTQIA and Women Migrants

Blossom LGBT CIC has joined forces with Stonewall, the world's largest LGBTQ+ charity, and over 245 other esteemed organisations representing human rights, refugee, LGBTQ+, and women's advocacy sectors. Together we are using our voices with the aim of seeking to address a pressing issue that threatens the fundamental principles of equality and asylum rights.


17 Aug

Blossom Receives Generous Grant from the National Lottery Community Fund to Empower LGBTQ+ Youth in the Workplace

Blossom Receives Generous Grant from the National Lottery Community Fund Reading Time: 5 MinsCategory: NewsAuthor: Oscar Hoyle Blossom LGBT CIC Is excited to announce that we will be receiving a generous grant from the National Lottery Community Fund. The funds will be used to empower LGBTQ+ young adults to succeed in Work and Education. Blossom […]


20 Feb

Training to support each other! Our fantastic allyship course!

There’s a tonne of things you can do to create LGBTQ+ inclusive cultures but if the people within your organisation aren’t moving in the same direction then it’s unlikely that you’ll be getting anywhere fast.


3 Aug

Blossom LGBT Founder, Oscar Hoyle, Winner of Gaydio My Pride Hero 2022

The founder and director of Blossom LGBT CIC has been named one of five winners of 'My Pride Hero'. The initiative run by Gaydio was designed to recognize and thank LGBTQ+ people who contribute a lot to a person personally or the wider community


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