Arriving here in from rural Catholic Ireland, I often wondered if I missed the height of it. I heard there was a large choice of clubs and support networks years ago and I wondered if I would ever find any other queer women here. The freedom to choose your queer experience is one of the reasons I love this city.
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Extremely unprofessional, terrible staff. The bartender ignored me and continued her conversation If you want clueless staff working in a dirty establishment, then this is the place for you.
Nott ing ham Inv asi on. We then crawl our way round a few pubs and clubs and then head back to the New Foresters for late night food, drinks and eventually taxi's. A friendly bar owned by a lesbian couple who love transfolk.
It also scooped the award for best independent venue for two years in a row. I was overwhelmed that we won one award, let alone two. The annual awards, run by Nottingham BID Business Improvement Districtpromote responsible management and safety in licensed premises, including hotels, clubs, restaurants and casinos.
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These hang prominently behind the bar, which Debbie first started drinking at 37 years ago when she was just 18, years before she ever thought about running it. The secret behind the success, the year-old owner says, is through being all-inclusive and treating everyone who comes through the door as "family". Not only that, but Debbie and her staff members are always willing to lend an ear to those who are feeling threatened or struggling with their sexuality and identity. She said: "The New Foresters means more to me than just any old business.