• Older Lesbian Network (Wales) Newsletter, Cardiff, September 1995

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Older Lesbian Network (Wales) Newsletter, September 1995, four A4 pages, 7pp stapled. Illustration on cover subtitled: 'Older + Bolder … but wish it was colder!'. This issue includes a treasurer's report. Notices: Call for help with the newsletter, 'Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists' talk in September meeting. Articles: Notes from the SEC, quoted article 'Why Lesbians Keep Cats', 'Lezzbe Nosey'. Postcard. Diary of events.

The Older Lesbian Network (Wales) was established in 1993, for women aged 35 and over defining themselves as lesbian who are committed to anti-discriminatory principles. Since May 1993, monthly meetings have been held at the Friends Meeting House on Charles Street in Cardiff, and social events organised and information exchanged through a monthly newsletter. The organisation is sometimes referred to as Older Lesbian Network, South Wales or Older and Bolder. The organisation has links with related organisations, including Older Lesbian Network (based in London), Border Women Network (a social network for lesbians in mid and south Wales, Shropshire and Hereford and Worcester), and Swansea Lesbian Line (telephone advice service). Source: Glamorgan Archives

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