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06 April 2007

  • 6th April 2007

    London Sexual Health charity wins £20,000 award

    The Metro Centre, the Greenwich-based HIV prevention and sexual health charity, has been awarded a prestigious GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Award

    12:00 AM — The Metro Centre, the Greenwich-based HIV prevention and sexual health charity, has been awarded a prestigious GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Award worth £20,000 for its work with lesbian, gay and bisexual people.The Metro Centre has been providing advice, support, information, events, education and training to LGB people, since 1983.It runs a range of drop-in centres providing support and peer advice and a dedicated group for people 50 years of age and over.

  • Disney to offer “Fairy Tale” weddings to gay couples 3

    Couples can now have a “Fairy Tale Wedding“

    12:00 AM — Disney has changed the policies of its Fairy Tale Wedding package to allow gay couples to hold their dream weddings at their two United States resorts and cruise line.The company did previously allow gay couples to organise their own ceremonies but barred them from their Fairy Tale package.Donn Walker from Disney Parks said: "We are updating our Fairy Tale Wedding guidelines to include commitment ceremonies."

  • Swede donates TV fee to Riga Pride

    Sverker Åström, 88, is a former Swedish diplomat

    12:00 AM — One of Sweden's most distinguished diplomats has donated his fee from presenting a gay TV series to Riga Pride.Sverker Åström, 88, is a former Swedish diplomat, ambassador and State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.Four years ago he came out in a newspaper interview.

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