R-Trans group

A group for Trans* persons and their allies

R-Trans is the only support group covering Reading, Berkshire and the surrounding areas for those who seek support and friendship through transitioning.

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As Reading’s longest-running Trans inclusive support and social group, we’ve built a trusted rapport with our members based on trust, sensitivity and respect, being a fully inclusive and supportive service.

What is R-Trans?

R-Trans is Reading’s only social and support group for like-minded people who identify under the Trans* umbrella as Transgender, Transsexual, Transvestite or as Gender Fluid.

R-Trans meetings take place in a safe and secure location at The Rising Sun Arts Centre

Your privacy is of utmost importance. Our support group is based on mutual understanding and respect. If you wish to use an alternative and more suitable name, you’ve welcome to. We never disclose the details of attendees of our groups, or post any online content without explicit prior permission. We understand the need of secrecy – any concerns, let us know!

Free tea, coffee and biscuits are available throughout the meeting!

We can offer changing facilities, please let us know when you arrive!

We wish all visitors to feel able to be completely comfortable in themselves, and we would expect our visitors to respect the views of other people within the group at all times.

Should you have an questions about R-Trans, please contact us.

Our support groups are completely free. If you wish to donate to the running costs of the event, please feel welcome to make a small donation at one of the donation pots available across the centre!

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