Its 10th birthday was celebrated on 28 April with a buffet and Elvis tribute act. Affectionately known as "The Welly" by locals, the Wellington Hotel is alleged to have held the first gay marriages in all of Birmingham, and many years before the Civil Partnership Act of was enacted. Archived from the original on 8 November LGBT Midlands news source. Archived from the original on 16 November Civil partnership Same-sex marriage Adoption Military policy Age of consent manifestations Intersex rights Transgender rights. The Kent Street Baths were designed by D. The first event in February was attended by hundreds [ citation needed ] of members of the transgender community from different parts of the country and was formally launched by popular television personalities. Archived from the original on 27 April Archived from the original on 5 February
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Retrieved 15 November The members had the responsibility to elect a committee to run the club in their interests at this time, although at some point the Nightingale dropped the members and visitors only policy to become "Incorporated".
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Retrieved 4 January Archived from the original on 9 November Birmingham LGBT community history. The gay and lesbian population of Birmingham was estimated to be around 6 percent or 60,  of the estimated 1. The first event in February was attended by hundreds [ citation needed ] of members of the transgender community from different parts of the country and was formally launched by popular television personalities.
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|United Kingdom Northern Ireland Scotland. Inthe main buildings, with the exception of the women's bath on Gooch Street, were demolished  and new facilities were built in a more modern art deco style. Department of Modern History and University of Birmingham. Came under new management in April and was refurbished immediately with the work completed by 22 May Retrieved 29 September As ofand after more than 40 years open, and many redesigns, the Nightingale has occupied three locations in Birmingham; 50 Camp Hill —Witton Lane — Thorp Street behind the Hippodrome —and the current location at Essex House,  which has three floors, an outdoor smoking area and bar, a restaurant, a stage and dance platforms, two more indoor bars, a balcony, and a games area.|