Visit the London LGBTQ+ Pop-up Community Centre and cafe at 60-62 Hopton Street now. This pop-up came about as a response to the severe isolation and loneliness the LGBTQ+ community has felt since lockdown began, and the aim is to provide some comfort and solace for LGBTQ+ Londoners and their friends and allies. The centre is proud to be working with some of the capital’s amazing LGBTQ+ service providers, and will be offering a holistic programme of services, events, talks, workshops, combined with a cafe space that invites visitors to simply just be.
Leicester LGBT Centres mission is simple: to create a fair and equal society where all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people can achieve their full potential. In 2022 it may be simple to write this down or say it out loud but in order to make it happen requires a great deal of change throughout all sections of society. They will continue to work closely with a range of statutory, voluntary and private organisations to work towards the eradication of homophobia from service provision as well as providing direct support services to LGBT people.
Elop is a holistic lesbian and gay centre that offers a range of social, emotional and support services to LGBT communities, and our core services include counselling and young people’s services. We can also offer training and consultancy for fellow professionals and those seeking to enhance their understanding of issues facing LGBTcommunities.
Aylesbury Vale LGBT Social Group are an LGBT+ events and social group, based in the Aylesbury Vale area of Buckinghamshire, UK, in association BucksMIND, Bucks Recovery College, HealthWATCH Bucks, Voices and Choices Bucks and Buckinghamshire County Council.
The Enfield LGBT Network is a consortium of voluntary and statutory sector organisations as well individuals that live and/or work in the Borough of Enfield. Our aim is to improve the services to the LGBT+ people of Enfield. The Network do this through providing a support service directly to our community and by supporting other service providers and enabling them to tailor their services to be more appropriate to the needs of the LGBT+ community. Please see their services page for more information on the services that we provide and the latest information on their provision.
Hey, DIVA family. Welcome to our digital hangout, a safe space to meet, chat and collaborate. All LGBTQI women, non binary people and our allies are welcome. In these uncertain times, when social distancing has become the norm, many of us are feeling anxious and isolated. But just because we can’t be together physically doesn’t mean we can’t support those of us who are struggling. Community, and chosen family, is more important than ever. Here, in our hangout, we’ll be posting exclusive content, discussion topics and ideas for entertaining yourself and your family during the coming months. We’ll be bringing you virtual pubs, book clubs, comedy nights, fitness classes and more. Our DIVA Digital hangout is a chance to get to know each other in a supportive environment, and a chance to get to know Team DIVA better too. So come in, have a cup of tea, and let’s get...
Space Youth Project, a safe space for Dorset's LGBT+ youth! Space runs regular, free youth groups all across Dorset, in Bournemouth, Poole, Dorchester, Weymouth, Beaminster, and Sherborne, for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and questioning young people. As well as offering one-to-one support, family support, workshops for schools, colleges and youth groups, and training for professionals. We have been around since 2001, starting with one group based in Bournemouth. Over the years, Space has evolved. Space is now built up of six groups, a number of services, our lovely team, and of course, our members.