- For Young People
- List of Youth Groups
- Planet Rainbow (Bolton)
- LGYM (Manchester)
- Afternoon Tea (Trans Youth Manchester)
- WynotLGBTQ (Wythenshawe)
- Fusion (BAME Manchester)
- Peer Support
- Inside Out (Rochdale)
- Rainbow Reflections (Trafford)
- Wednesdays (Stockport)
- Youth Out in Oldham (YOIO)
- Young Women's Health Project (Manchester)
- Phoenix (Cheshire West)
- Where can I find a Youth Group
- What's On
- Advice and Support
- Peer Support
- Questioning Your Sexuality or Gender?
- Coming Out
- Feeling Stressed / Depressed?
- Keeping Safe Online
- Summer 2017
- Pride Youth Games
- Eight Ways To Prepare For Your 1st (or 100th!) Manchester Pride
- Pride Summer School
- Trans Youth Residential
- Trans Youth and Young Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Outdoor Activity Residential
- Trans Information
- Coming out as trans
- How to change your name
- Trans Terms
- Online support for you and others
- The National Trans Youth Network and Conferences
- LGBT and In Care?
The Proud Trust runs a number of youth groups across Greater Manchester.
To download our youth groups guide, please click on the link below.
If you want to find out where your local group is then go to our youth group locator.
To find out more about each of our local groups, use the menu on the left hand side, and click on the group you want to know more about.
What are the groups like?
Every group is different, but mostly they are a chance to meet people, to chat, to learn new skills and to have fun.
Sometimes people talk about being lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans in the groups, and sometimes we have workshops where we talk about gender or sexuality. Other times we do more general things like art and craft, drama, sport, trips or play games.
You can come along to a group to see what it is like, without any pressure.
You don’t have to label yourself when you come to the group. So if you are questioning your sexuality or gender (or don’t like labels), you are very welcome to come along and just be yourself.
If you come to one of our groups we will not let anyone know you go to the group, and we won’t ever ‘out’ you to anyone. So you can come along to a group if you are out or if you are not out.
I am nervous about coming along! If you’re feeling a little nervous about coming along or you’re unsure of the area, you can contact us to arrange for a peer supporter, volunteer or staff member to meet you.
We also have a closed Facebook group, which members use and you can be invited to join.