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It’s called, with northern succinctness, , with a local guide, Paul Schofield.If anyone is going to turn us into Hull fans, it’s him: proud of his city, jolly and full of fun facts. I’m not sure about Mum, but my brain is soon fizzing with information.The Forum represents LGBT people in many community issues such as hate crime reporting, sexual health research, sexual health advice and much more. The LGBT Forum meets on the 2 Wednesday of the month 7pm until 9pm at the Guildhall in Hull City Centre.They provide a drop in facility and a 'safe space' environment for one to one sessions. The Forum office is situated in the Community Enterprise Centre, Cottingham Road, Hull.Place 4 everything if u wit dat bull then dont hit me up anytime.
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