Beach Volleyball (at Yellowave) and Swimming (at Out to Swim) continue to be provided, check out the details on the websites below:
Yellowave Beach Volleyball - http://www.yellowave.co.uk
Out to Swim - http://www.outoswim.org/brighton/
Do you have an idea for a new sports group?
Could you help start a group?
BLAGSS can provide funding to get new projects off the ground
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We know that BLAGSS can't offer everything, so please see below for other LGBT sports groups in the local area that you might be interested in. Please contact the group directly.
Out to Swim is a friendly Brighton based swimming group that meet three times each week -
Prince Regent Swimming Pool -
Mondays 2030-2130 and
Roedean School Pool -
Saturdays from 1700-1800.
Please note that there is no swimming at Roedean during August.
On Mondays and Saturdays the sessions are coached by a qualified swimming coach. The cost to swim is £7 per session (£5 unwaged/low income) or £40 per month (£28 unwaged/low income).
Come along and give us a try, your first session is free. For more information see http://www.outtoswim.org/brighton/
Cheek2Cheek - you don't need a dance partner nor do you have to have any dance experience for the beginners class. You simply decide whether you want to lead or follow for each dance.
Cheek2Cheek meet every Tuesday at St Francis of Assisi Church Hall, Moulescomb Way, Brighton, BN2 4PB from 7.30-10pm.
For more details of class times, costs and other information go to
Research was undertaken in November 2016 to try and set up a Yoga class for BLAGSS members. However, the range of replies received indicate that those interested already pursue their chosen activity at a variety of different venues and therefore there would be no advantage in trying to set up a separate BLAGSS session. Furthermore, there are many different disciplines which people follow and it would be very difficult to identify one that would appeal to all.
For those who may wish to pursue Yoga for themselves, BLAGSS responses suggest the following:
Brighton Natural Health Centre
Peer Action (for those with or affected by HIV)
Details of classes offered by the above organisations are available on their websites.
I hope that you find a class that suits you, there are many on offer.
Boxing - Brighton LGBT Boxing Club
Brighton LGBT Boxing Club meet Mondays and Thursdays in The Stables Gym at Brighton Racecourse. Sessions start at 8pm, and cost just £5 for a full 80 minutes, featuring boxing classes and boxing-based fitness. Classes are for beginners, and both guys and girls
For more information please see www.thestablesgym.co.uk.
Honeybees Hockey Club
Are you inspired by the GB Women's Hockey gold medallists this year (what a game, girls, what a game!!)? Do you want to get into hockey? Get fit? Enjoy great team camaraderie? Look no further!
Honeybees Hockey Club is a LGBT-friendly, Brighton-based women's hockey team. We play Saturday games in the Sussex Ladies league between September and March, at a good but accessible standard of hockey. We train on Wednesdays 6.30 to 7.30pm in Portslade and our home matches are played at Falmer Sports Centre. Above all we are welcoming, sociable and looking for new players! Our first training session is 6.30pm on Wednesday 14th September, at Portslade Aldridge Community Academy hockey pitches. If you'd like to know more, please give Becs a call on 07701 059929 or you'd be welcome to just come along on the 14th. We're looking forward to meeting you!
BLAGSS plays Darts! Come along for a sociable game of darts - any standard welcome. We meet at the Mitre on Baker Street at 8.00 on Monday evenings. If you are looking for something more competitive, we are also hoping to put in a team to the Sussex Super League. Just turn up on Mondays, no need to book. You will be very welcome.
Ishigaki is a non-profit martial arts club for lesbians, gay men and their friends.
Ju-Jitsu is an all round Japanese martial art, ideal for self defence,
it encompases throws, locks, chokes, kicks and punches to control or
immobilise an attacker.
For more information, please see www.ishigaki.org.uk.
London LGBT sports groups