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LGBTQ+ South Cambridgeshire

Encompass Network / LGBTQ+ South Cambridgeshire

What is life like for an LGBTQ+ person in South Cambridgeshire? This LGBTQ+ History Month, Encompass Network and South Cambridgeshire District Council want to hear your stories. If you have a story of being LGBTQ+ in South Cambridgeshire that you would like to share, email us at historymonth@encompassnetwork.org.uk.

We greatly appreciate everyone who filled in our Needs Assessment Survey last year – the full report will be released soon.

As someone in the process of a mid-life transition, which, especially in the early stages, seemed almost impossibly daunting and terrifying, I have been repeatedly surprised, delighted and relieved by the acceptance I’ve received, especially at work and in shops and restaurants. I’ve also benefited enormously from the support available through LGBTQ+ networks in the area. I would really have loved to have had access to a drop in LGBTQ+ cafe or pub, for more casual day-to-day support and conversation. Nonetheless, I feel very fortunate to be transitioning here.
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The best thing about living in South Cambs is being surrounded by a thoughtful, liberal, multicultural, and accepting community.
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I like the access to countryside and open spaces, but there are limited social spaces for LGBTQ+.
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Outside of Cambridge people are more conservative.
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I like the open-mindedness of shops and people within the area, but there is a lack of nearby LGBT+ activities outside of the big towns and cities.
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There is a good queer/polyam/alt scene, easy reach of London for even better of all the above.
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