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From big saunas in London to the smaller and sometimes historical ones that are hidden away in small towns in the countryside, there is a wide variety of bath houses to be found throughout the UK. Membership is sometimes required and is not always included in the entrance fee. The management at gay saunas in London are taking steps to deal with the problem of a few customers trying to smuggle in drugs into the saunas. For this reason security guards check all personal belonging going into the saunas.
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Gay village 'wrong location' for apartment block: would 'rip the heart out' of the community. Birmingham's gay village is under threat from developers who could 'rip the heart' out of the community, fear campaigners. The organisation hopes to rally supporters to turn out in force to show the strength of feeling against the plans at Thursday's meeting of Birmingham City Council's planning committee, when the application will be discussed. The area around Hurst Street has been home to gay bars and clubs for decades and has become increasingly popular in the last five years, with around ten bars and clubs in close proximity. Iconic all-night clubs, including The Nightingale , are just 12 metres away from the proposed new block - while bars The Fox, The Loft, Sidewalk and Equator Bar are all less than m away.
The area expanded from just the Nightingale Club and Windmill bar in the s, to multiple bars and venues in the surrounding streets, with the area first curtained off from the rest of the city by the Smallbrook Queensway section of the Inner Ring Road. This took place in the s, when the area was a little warehouse district with a few small businesses. The area was expanded in the s when land to the east of Hurst Street was cleared for the building of the Arcadian Centre, with the only surviving building being that of the Missing Bar. The Gay Village finally took its form in the s after the number of venues increased and gave the area more of a boundary, while the increasing number of bars resulted from an increasing number of customers and amount of diversity offered.