Aston LGBT+

Birmingham

Aston LGBT+

Aston LGBT+ is a society open to everyone and those who identify as a sexual or gender minority. Meet every Wednesday at 1pm in the Martin Luther-King Multi-Faith Centre (MLK) and have lunch after at Gosta Green Pub. Throughout the year there are many social events including bar crawls, evening activities, networking events and Birmingham Pride. There are two Welfare Officers for support during your time at Aston University, who have close links to several LGBT+ friendly services at the Students Union and in Birmingham.

Contact Number: 0121 204 3000 Email: union.lgbt@aston.ac.uk Website: www.aston.ac.uk/union/representation/lgbt/
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