On 17th May, this Friday we will be marking International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (aka International Day Against Homophobia, Inter-sexism, Biphobia and Transphobia)(IDAHOBIT)).
Open day Friday 17th May 10am till 3pm
We intend to mark this very important day by opening our Designated Safe Space, a hate free zone within our premises where you can come and relax in a diverse, inclusive and welcoming space.
Come along and join us for a free tea and coffee,browse our table top sale and chill out in our new accepting and safe space. You can also chat to our volunteers and see what we do.
Moving forward our designated safe space will be open daily:
- Designated safe space, a hate free zone with zero tolerance to homophobia, trans-phobia or any other hate speech or intolerance.
- Use the free WiFi to surf the net in a peaceful and welcoming space.
- Help yourself to tea and coffee for only 50p per cup
You can read more about what we do here
You can read about the history of IDAHOBIT here