Open night of Over the Rainbow evening for LGBT+ communities labelled a success

PUBLISHED: 11:54 12 October 2018

Opening night of Havering LGBT+ Forum's Over The Rainbow evenings at The Goose pub in Romford.

Opening night of Havering LGBT+ Forum's Over The Rainbow evenings at The Goose pub in Romford.

Steve Bone

The opening night of a new fortnightly LGBT+ evening in Romford has been hailed a success.

The Havering LGBT+ Forum’s Over The Rainbow event took place for the first time on Tuesday at The Goose pub in South Street, Romford.

Forum chairman Steve Bone said: “I would like to thank everyone who came along to support us for a great night of fun, with the amazing Chamonix Aspen providing the entertainment.

“Once again we welcome all of the LGBT+ community of Havering as well as everyone else.”

The Havering LGBT+ Forum provides resources for the borough’s LGBT+ communities including training, advice and support.

Each event will include a live act and the next Over The Rainbow evening will be on Tuesday, October 23 where X Factor’s Rebecca Grace will be performing on the night.

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