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A networking evening has been set up for the LGBT residents of Devon in an attempt to show them wants on offer for gay, lesbian, bi and transsexual people in the area.
On Wednesday, June 16, the LGBT Collective, a network of LGBT groups, will be getting together to inform the locals about what is on offer. Set to take place from 6.30pm in Café Nero on Exeter High Street the two-hour event is planning to get the community together.
According to Devon 24, a volunteer said about the plans: "There is so much for LGBT people to do in Devon nowadays, the problem is finding out about it all.
"That's what we hope to achieve by hosting these evenings, for groups and people to share information.
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