We´re the LGBT community behind the company and we´re having a great year! We placed in the top 50 of Stonewall´s Workplace Equality Index, we´ve won their Employee Network of the Year award and LinkedIn have Vodafone in their top 25 places to work!
Come and talk to us about life and careers in Vodafone UK and what we´re doing to help connect people locally, as well as businesses and communities across the digital world.
The future is exciting.
VOXI is no tricks, no contracts and works just like Netflix, automatically renewing your plan every month so that you don´t have the hassle of topping up. Don´t worry about any unexpected out of plan charges. You only pay for the cost of your plan plus any extras you choose.
Endless Social Media
´Endless´ means unlimited use, so you can enjoy your favourite social apps without eating your data.
No more waiting to find WiFi before watching your stories — you can snap, post, chat and swipe whenever you like without worrying about using up your data.
Our flexible monthly plans keep you in control so you´re free to change, pause or cancel your plan anytime. Even if you buy a phone with us, this flexibility still applies and you´re not tied into your VOXI plan.
Gaylife is a sexual health and lifestyle support service created especially for the lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in Stoke-on-Trent, and for those questioning their sexuality or gender identity.
Gaylife runs a Gay and Bisexual Men´s drop-in group from 7pm until 9.30pm every Wednesday. The group is a great opportunity to relax and have a chat with other gay/bi men in Stoke-on-Trent. This drop in is available only for 18+, if you're 18 or under, visit the Galaxy page.
Gaylife also provides information and resources on all sexual health matters, including Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). On the last Wednesday of every month we also provide free and confidential HIV testing with results in 20 minutes from 5pm-8pm.
The drop in service is held at:
The Piccadilly Project,
Stoke City are proud to be supporting Stoke Pride 2018 and will have staff attending the event throughout the day.
They will be conducting a consultation which will help the Club better understand what we can do to maximise our equality and diversity outcomes.
Staff will be on hand throughout the day to assist anyone wishing to learn more about our equality and diversity aims and objectives and what the Club is doing to increase our reach throughout the next season. All those assisting us in the consultation will be entered into a free prize draw to win fantastic club goodies.
Stoke-on-Trent´s premier LGBTQ+ nightclub. we aim to offer the safest venue in the area for all the community and friends.
With 3 bars on two levels offering you the best in freshly made cocktails, craft beers, ciders and draught. Upstairs, our recently refurbished Unity Lounge offers a place to sit down in luxury to start your night, play pool, Xbox, or simply to retreat during your evening to socialise. Outside we have our large paved garden and terraced areas with shelter and heating for your comfort during the colder winter months. Our central dance floor is the place to be seen on the scene!
Staffordshire University has a long-standing commitment to equality, diversity, social inclusion and mobility, which is central to our success in creating inclusive and supportive teaching and learning environment. LGBT+ issues are covered within our wide-ranging course portfolio and research, including sociology, law, sport and exercise, film and media, drama and theatre, history, creative writing, art, health and social care, psychology, education. We are proud to be a Stonewall Diversity Champion.
The LGBT+ University Staff Network Group provides a confidential and supportive environment for all staff who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender+ and promotes inclusivity and an awareness of wider diversity issues. The Staffordshire University Student Union LGBT+ Network is a student-led group that seeks to represent the views and needs of our diverse student body. It provides an open place for any student to be who they are, holding regular events and meetings to discuss common interests and learn more about the LGBT+ community and members regularly engage with national democracy via the NUS' conferences and events. As well as writing articles that are published on the Students' Union website and engaging with inclusivity University projects and processes, the LGBT+ Network also feeds directly into the Students' Union's democratic structures to help shape the Union's work.
The University Staff and Student Networks have been actively involved in World AIDS Day, LGBT+ History month, Stoke Pride and other campaigns.
The GMB Union is an organisation that has Equalities at the forefront of our beliefs. Our aim is to protect members in their workplace and get members good pay and good working conditions. We believe passionately in fairness and give our support to The LGBT+.organisation. We support Pride events throughout the country and hold an annual LGBT + Conference in London alongside all of our sister unions. Always an interesting Conference with plenty of debates and motions taking place. Our Region is very active with LGBT + activity.
Tesco´s "Bags of Help" scheme supports local groups & charities all over the country. We as Community Champions support communities in many ways, but it´s great to support Stoke-in-Trent Pride at an event that many of our colleagues attend ......So PLEASE visit our Tesco Stall .....SNAP up a Bargain .....and SUPPORT STOKE-on-TRENT PRIDE 2018
A local lad who wanting to give something back to Stoke. Co-Owner of LGBT nightclub, Gossip! Love's a good debate and challenge, and likes to be there for my friends.
Skilled negotiator and socialiser. Keen in getting out there on their scene with a finger on the pulse. Loves dogs, horror films and challenges. A very driven individual.