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It is easily reached by mainline rail services and motorways. As Kent borders with London a lot of the Kent Gay community travel to London for it's vibrant and colourful gay scene. For those who wish to diversify, Kent offers a host of possibilities for gay entertainment , pubs, clubs and gay friendly venues. If you are a Kent based business owner who would like to feature your gay friendly business on Kent Ideas then please get in touch by emailing info kentideas. The range of member only discounts is vast and is ever expanding. Gay Ideas.
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New gay club opens at Ramsgate venue
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Crowds gather to celebrate the culture of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and other groups at pride events, which are held across the world. Alan Wells, press secretary for the Medway Lib Dems, said an annual celebration similar to those held elsewhere in the county should be held in the Towns. The prepared answer was published on Thursday October Cllr Howard Doe Con , deputy leader at Medway Council, highlighted a series of events organised by external organisations which have benefited from support from the authority. Forgotten Password? Forgotten Username?
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The Queen Anne gay pub in Maidstone reopens
Last May gay campaign group Pride condemned the Kent city saying it was a 'cultural wilderness' for not having one single gay bar and of being 'unwelcoming. The organisation even made a formal complaint against the council to the Local Government Ombudsman accusing it of 'not being gay enough'. Two months after the complaint the city's first gay bar, called CO2, was opened by landlord Darren Bister.
Nightclub owners are re-opening as a gay venue after their Thanet premises was forced to close by financially crippling legislation changes. They were disappointed at the demise of their club following a fight to survive the repercussions of licensing changes and the smoking ban, and Rainy is prepared to spearhead a campaign to fight for the rights of such venues. It was the final straw.