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We are still here over 40 years on, in a very different social climate, with a broader membership but with the same aims. The Society is run for, and by, people who are transgender, covering the spectrum from occasional cross dressers to post operative transsexuals. We are a national organisation run on a regional basis. There are members throughout the UK, with local groups in many areas, there are also members overseas. The Beaumont Society is run by an Executive Committee of elected and co-opted Members who meet twice a year.
There are three types of Membership, Postal, Electronic, and Combined Postal and Electronic. Postal Members receive their service through the mail, Electronic Members are given access to the Members page of the Web Site www. Combined members, as the name suggests, receive snail mail and access to the Members Page. The Society operates a strict code of confidentiality and guarantees that all information given on your application form will only be seen by those officers responsible for considering and administering your membership. The Society operates a Mailbox System which allows members to make contact with each others without the need for individuals to reveal their personal details. It also has a Members’ Area on its Website where members are free to display their profiles with contact details at the member’s discretion.
The Beaumont Magazine is published quarterly and the Beaumont Bulletin twice-yearly. Both come free with the membership fee. The Beaumont Magazine is more general in content with features, colour photographs, readers’ letters and many articles on social events and helpful tips. It provides a lifeline to those members who for one reason or another, are unable to participate in many of the social activities. The Society is associated with a number of hotel weekends at various venues There are many other popular events organised by the Society as well as “Weekend Social Events” organised by other groups and supported by the Society. Many areas have regular meetings which may be held in members’ own homes or other suitable venues.
These meetings are quite informal, though sometimes something special may be arranged, such as clothes sales, wig or make-up demonstration and video showings. Many members find support, comfort and advice from other Society members, however neither the Society nor its members are qualified to undertake counselling. Associated with the Beaumont Society is the Beaumont Trust, which can provide avenues to professional advice. It provides help and support and a forum for the partners of transgender people. The Beaumont Society, through its experienced members, offers talks and advice on transgender matters to interested parties. Beaumont Partners is a volunteer organisation, run exclusively by women, for women.
We aim to improve the emotional wellbeing of women who are experiencing issues as a result of discovering that their partners are transgender. Helpline is open thursdays between 7. The Beaumont trust is a registered Charity established in 1975 and funded voluntary by donations. It’s aim is to assist those who are in any way troubled by gender dysphoria, or who are involved in such peoples care and provides referrals to appropriate organisations, professional counsellors, and self help groups. It fosters research into both psychological and social aspects of transvestism and transsexualism and can provide speakers to address other organisations. It produces literature and arranges workshops develops befriending facilities and assists with conferences. The trust has a helpline which operates every Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7pm until 11pm.
Calls should cost no more than British Telecoms national rate. All communications will be be strictly confidential, and it would be greatly appreciated if enquirers would enclose a stamped addressed envelope. The Gender Trust – The largest UK charity that provides support for anyone affected by gender identity issues. Address: Community Base, 113 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XG. Gendys is a network for all who have encountered gender identity problems personally, transsexuals, transgendered people and gender dysphoric people of either sex, and for those that provide care, both professional and lay. Members can be entirely open with other members or remain anonymous. This is a matter of personal choice.