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Where art and science make magic: Fun Palaces for 2014

Posted by Editor on 24 May 2014

Recently announced, Fun Palaces with a modern twist, the brainchild of Duffy, who has teamed up with Co-Director Sarah-Jane Rawlings, has received nearly £200,000 from Arts Council England to support the development of a national Fun Palaces festival (presented by The Albany and Fun Palaces) that will see over 100 pop up Fun Palace events take place around the country on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 October 2014.

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Posted by Planet Nation on 22 May 2014

Out To Swim (OTS) is proud to be offering a range of activities and events in May especially for women who swim, or who want to swim more.

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Brighton Rocks... and joins the Planet Family

Posted by Planet Nation on 17 May 2014

We do hope you like this website. Please do tell your friends as our success will depend on the lesbian, bi and queer women of Brighton using our site. We do believe that Brighton will take on a slightly different format to London. We see the website as needing to meet the individual needs of the area; which will be quite different to London. If you have any feedback or comments - please get in touch as we would love to hear from you!

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A great day for a gay wedding!

Posted by Naomi Bennett on 28 March 2014

The day has finally come. In less than 1 hours time, equal marriage is coming into force in England.

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Lesbians put their talented mouths to a good cause.... singing

Posted by Planet Nation on 03 February 2012

A talented bunch of Lesbian musicians – singers, writers, instrument players known collectively as The L Project – got together in October at Dean Street Studios in Soho, London to record a song which will help raise awareness and money for charities that work to combat homophobic bullying in young people.

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The 1st Planet London community survey of lesbian and bisexual women

Posted by Planet Nation on 15 November 2011

We're so excited at Planet London HQ - after a few months of research, quizzing all those we come into contact, and even offering free drinks to lesbians in exchange for what turned into quite heated discussions (everyone is clearly very passionate about the scene and the community), and after re-writing and re-writing various questions, on 1 December we're launching the 1st survey.

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