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Camelford Arms fundraise to help trans project

Besi Besemar September 24, 2018

The Camelford Arms raise £218 for The Clare Project at their weekly Thursday quiz night.

Winners the Fantastic Four Skins
Winners the Fantastic Four Skins

CAMELFORD quiz regulars the Fantasic Four Skins were winners on the night, but failed to scoop the £300 cash prize.

The Clare Project is a self-supporting transgender support and social group based in the Brighton and Hove open to anyone wishing to explore issues around gender identity.

Their main activity is a weekly drop in every Tuesday, which aims to provide a safe and confidential place for people to meet with others who share their life experiences and find information, support and companionship.

A facilitator and a psychotherapist attend each Tuesday drop-in, they also offer some changing facilities and have no religious affiliations.

Whilst The Clare Project is mainly attended by transgender, transsexual and gender dysphoric people, the project aims to be all-inclusive as they recognise the complexities surrounding the issue of gender identity. 

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