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[[File:IsleOfWightFromTheISS.jpg|thumb|The Isle of Wight seen from space]]The '''Isle of Wight''' is an island county just off southern England, now part of the [[South East]] region. The county council is a unitary authority (in other words there are no longer any district councils). For police purposes the Isle of Wight is grouped with [[Hampshire]].
 
[[File:IsleOfWightFromTheISS.jpg|thumb|The Isle of Wight seen from space]]The '''Isle of Wight''' is an island county just off southern England, now part of the [[South East]] region. The county council is a unitary authority (in other words there are no longer any district councils). For police purposes the Isle of Wight is grouped with [[Hampshire]].
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The largest town is [[Ryde]].
  
 
==LGBT History==
 
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In the 16th century [[Nicholas Udall]] was for a time vicar of Calborne on the Isle of Wight.
 
In the 16th century [[Nicholas Udall]] was for a time vicar of Calborne on the Isle of Wight.
  
There was an [[Isle of Wight CHE Group]],
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There was an [[Isle of Wight CHE Group]].
  
 
[[Break out]] Isle of Wight is a group for LGBT young people to meet other young people, make friends, talk about things important to them and have fun!  
 
[[Break out]] Isle of Wight is a group for LGBT young people to meet other young people, make friends, talk about things important to them and have fun!  
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The Wishnet website had an article entitled "History of the gay community on the Island".<ref>http://www.wish-net.co.uk/over34/wish-net.php?lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender Wishnet - Isle of Wight Integrated Sexual Health Network missing on website 25 Nov 2019 </ref>
 
The Wishnet website had an article entitled "History of the gay community on the Island".<ref>http://www.wish-net.co.uk/over34/wish-net.php?lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender Wishnet - Isle of Wight Integrated Sexual Health Network missing on website 25 Nov 2019 </ref>
  
[[Ryde]] Pride was held in 2018.[[File:DSC08713.JPG|400px|thumb|right|Ryde Pride 2018]]  
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[[Isle of Wight Pride]] has been held in Ryde from 2017.[[File:DSC08713.JPG|400px|thumb|right|Ryde Pride 2018]]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 14:49, 2 December 2019

The Isle of Wight seen from space
The Isle of Wight is an island county just off southern England, now part of the South East region. The county council is a unitary authority (in other words there are no longer any district councils). For police purposes the Isle of Wight is grouped with Hampshire.

The largest town is Ryde.

LGBT History

In the 16th century Nicholas Udall was for a time vicar of Calborne on the Isle of Wight.

There was an Isle of Wight CHE Group.

Break out Isle of Wight is a group for LGBT young people to meet other young people, make friends, talk about things important to them and have fun! In 2019 it was advertised as meeting alternate Tuesdays from – 6.30pm-8.30pm [1].

There is a local group of the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement.[2]

The newsreader Kenneth Kendall lived in Cowes with his partner Mark Fear,

The Wishnet website had an article entitled "History of the gay community on the Island".[3]

Isle of Wight Pride has been held in Ryde from 2017.
Ryde Pride 2018

References

  1. https://www.theproudtrust.org/youth-groups/breakout-isle-wight/ accessed 25 Nov 2019.
  2. http://www.lgcm.org.uk/groups/isle-of-wight/
  3. http://www.wish-net.co.uk/over34/wish-net.php?lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender Wishnet - Isle of Wight Integrated Sexual Health Network missing on website 25 Nov 2019