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Out of The Can Plus

LGBTQ+ Youth Group in Swindon 

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Welcome, you have just made your first step in discovering yourself.  Remember, you are never alone and there are always friends and people to support you whether you are confused about your sexuality/gender identity or just need to make like minded friends.   

The group is free to attend, check out our About us page which details some of things we do.

Contact us by email at ootc@hotmail.co.uk or click on our Contact us page if you're interested in joining or would like further information about the group. 

If you would like us to visit your school / college, use our Contact page.

 

Weekly Tuesday Group

OOTC meets every week in a Town Centre Location between 5:30pm - 7:30pm.

This is a well established group with lots of young people (aged 13-19). Each week holds different activities from card games like Uno to themed parties like Halloween. There are lots of opportunities to get involved in community activities, discussion and projects.

We have a tuck shop each week with crisps, sweets and drinks, which help fund our sessions. 

 

RWB Weekly Thursday Group:

Every week between 5:30pm and 7:30pm - contact us for the location. 

If you're between 13 - 19 years old and identify as LGBT or you're questioning your gender identity and / or Sexual Orientation come along to OOTC+. We will be meeting weekly in Royal Wootton Bassett (RWB), this is a safe space to make friends and be you.

This initiative is being supported by the RWB Youth Network & LGBT Consortium. 

 

Monthly Saturday Session: Next one 11th January 2020

Save the date: Saturday 11th January 2020 between 12:00 and 2:00pm at 17 Bath Road, Swindon. 

If you're between 16 - 19 years old come along,  there will be a Youth Worker and OOTC Leader at these sessions to chat too (or get them to make you a drink), you can hang out or just pop in and say hi. So don't be shy.

 

Our voices

Carla-Mai aged 17 "OOTC has helped me be more involved with the LGBTQ+ community and be more confident socially".

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