FORTY FILMS, TWENTY-FIVE COUNTRIES, ONE WORLD
WOW Wales One World Film Festival will be back in cinemas in 2023 with the latest eye-opening, engaging stories made by powerful women, indigenous filmmakers, and the most compelling storytellers from around the world.
Our particular focus this year is on indigenous cultures and our wider ‘Ecosinema’ strand.
Starting on Friday 3 March in Oswestry WOW will be touring across Wales to Swansea, Cardigan, and Fishguard, finishing with a week of the very best international premieres in Aberystwyth Arts Centre from Friday 24 March to Thursday 30.
WOW 2023 ONLINE
From March 31 until April 7, WOW will go online to share with you a selection of the very best films from this year’s programme, including short films and recorded events.
If you can’t make it to the cinemas, this is your chance to get a taste of WOW at home!
Most LGBTQ+ are Cyberbullied
Here's How to Stay Safe Online
We at vpnMentor conducted a survey in which we asked 695 LGBTQ+ people worldwide about their experiences online as they relate to their sexual orientation and gender identity. The results – referenced throughout this article – illuminated the unique challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community.
Here are some of our key findings:
+For complete results, see the appendix.
Aylesbury's Brand New LGBT+ Friendly Bar
A new cocktail bar has opened its doors for the first time in Aylesbury.
The Library officially started to serve customers on Sunday, May 21 following an exclusive event to specific guests one day previously.
The latest social venue in the town replaces the outgoing Temple Street Wine Bar following the landlord’s retirement, and Samantha Fraser, who owns Aylesbury’s latest establishment, has revealed that the launch of her business ‘is a dream come true.’
“One of the biggest things I have noticed about Aylesbury is the lack of fully inclusive spaces, so it was important for me, with a mixed team who are all queer representing, to ensure that the bar is a place for everyone.”
- Samantha Fraser (Owner & Licencesee)
Handy Helpers Service
The Handy Helpers project is a support service which provides internal and external maintenance, preventive measures and practical tasks in and around the homes of vulnerable Buckinghamshire residents who are 65+ or below 65 and living with a disability.
This person-centred service matches residents who are regarded as ‘at risk’ with a DBS checked Handy Helper Team Leader supported by a group of volunteers or a DBS checked Men in Sheds Handy Helper.
Funded by a grant from Buckinghamshire Council, the service can be accessed for free or on a donation basis, according to an assessment of need. It also offers befriending to provide much-needed social interaction.
Aim of the project
The Handy Helpers project enables people to live safe and secure in their own homes for longer by:
How to get involved
In line with government guidance and following a rigorous risk assessment process, we have resumed our Handy Helper service after the initial stages of the pandemic. For general information contact :
or if you would like to access the service, click here to fill in our online referral form.
Two Years On: LGBTQ* UK Pandemic Experiences Online Survey
If you are LGBTQ+, over 18, and live in the UK we want to hear from you!
What has your experience of the pandemic been like over the last two years and how are you now?
Are you enjoying freedom from restrictions? Feeling concerned? Both? Let us know about your experiences – good and bad.
You can find more information and access the survey at: bit.ly/LGBTQCovidExperiences Or please email the research team for more details:
Fiona Tasker (email@example.com) and
Marie Houghton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Participation in this research is voluntary.
Birkbeck, University of London is committed to ensuring that your personal data is processed in line with GDPR and DPA 2018.
Transition - Recovery - Self Discovery
This website is an accompaniment to my
providing additional posts and resources, and serving as a hub to access the various services I offer
I have developed several services to provide education, around LGBT and Transgender-specific issues and to support Transgender and LGBT+ people with their self-development and mental wellbeing
My name is Finn, and I am an LGBTQ+ YouTuber, blogger, writer, speaker, and coach
I create written and video content that shares first-hand accounts and practical advice on gender transition, transgender surgery (top surgery and phalloplasty), mental health, and LGBTQ+ life.
Everyone’s identity should be celebrated, which is why I share openly, as a transgender gay man
Also, I share openly, as a person in recovery, who manages complex mental health challenges. The content I make aims to challenge shame and empower others to be proud of who they are
Another reason why I share openly is that it can often be difficult to find information on gender transition, especially phalloplasty. I have made it my mission to create a ton of free resources so that everyone can find the info they need
I'm passionate about encouraging people to be the best version of themselves. Furthermore, I believe in the power of storytelling, to create connections, raise awareness, and facilitate change. In everything I create. My aim is o inspire others and to also help to make the world a more inclusive and accepting place to live
You can find out more about my recovery and transition journey here
New Group Starting
Six months of weekly facilitated group process to foster genuine connections with self and others.
Eight months of bi-weekly one-on-one sessions with Viktoria.
Three different tracks are offered and can be changed when desired:
You will be paired with a journey partner to witness you throughout your process.
Note: If you want to experience group and cost is an issue, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Full program: £2,627 or £384.68 per month
Group Only: £844..42 or £140.74 per month
FREE SESSIONS OFFERED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
- Scholarships available -
Action 4 Youth
The Junction - High Wycombe
The Junction is a multi-service drop-in youth centre offering a range of planned sessions and activities all under one roof
The services and activities will cater for young people aged 12-18 years (up to 25 SEND) providing specialist support to help young people with their problems, as well as a timetable of activities for all young people to get involved in
The Junction offers:
Plus much much more!
All sessions are free of charge and are drop-in with no need to book your place. Join our Junction Team for one of our fun activities, bring your friends or come along to meet new people
Mobile: 0300 003 2334
Earn £20 for sharing your experiences as a lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual or queer person.
Researchers at King’s College London and Queen Mary University of London are running interviews with adults aged 25 and over who identify as either lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, queer or who are otherwise attracted to the same and/or multiple genders.
If you are interested in taking part and meet the criteria, you will be invited to a study session that will last around two hours. This session can take place remotely online or in person at King’s College London.
You will be asked to complete some questionnaires about how you have been feeling recently and about your relationships with others that will last around 15 minutes. You will then take part in an interview about your relationships with people that will last around 90 minutes.
Participation will be kept confidential and anonymous, and it will not be possible to identify you from any write-up.
The research is a collaboration between King’s College London and Queen Mary University of London.
This study has been ethically approved by the Health Faculties Research Ethics Subcommittee at KCL (HR/DP-21/22-26439) and is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
For more information, please contact Daniel Morris at: email@example.com
A Registered Charity That Litter Pick Across Aylesbury
We would love new volunteers as it's a great way to exercise, meet new people and make a difference in our neighbourhood!
'It's not our rubbish but it is our town'
🌟Want to Join us? 🌟
Do you want to join us for a group pick? take a look below and see what is coming up soon.
If there is nothing scheduled, or you are not ready to join the group picks, why not go solo? All you need are some bags and litter pickers and we can lend you these if you don’t have them already, just ask.
Don’t forget to tell us how many bags you collect and the area you cleared via Facebook – we will add them to this year's total.
🌟Please feel free to join us at any of our listed🌟 events:
All you need is enthusiasm ( & a pair of gloves would be handy) and we'll supply everything else
Check out the dates, times & locations on the link below and just turn up!
You will be able to spot us in our dashing hi-vis jackets
Social Housing Association
A2Dominion, a social housing association provides outreach and housing support to people at risk of or are experiencing domestic abuse.
We are newly reaching into the Buckinghamshire area and have received funding to focus our efforts on providing support to members of local GRT groups, as well as individuals at risk of or experiencing homelessness and any harder to reach groups.
Our brand new Bucks team are making invaluable connections across Buckinghamshire and would appreciate any information you could provide on organisations as well as any opportunities you have for us to partner with your services in order to fill the gaps in support provided.
Violence and Abuse
Strategy 2021 to 2024
The domestic violence and abuse strategy builds on the building blocks of the last strategy and sets out what agencies should be working towards within Buckinghamshire around domestic violence and abuse
The vision is to promote a zero-tolerance and coordinated response to people at risk of domestic violence or abuse in Buckinghamshire, to seek to ensure that those who are affected are identified, supported, protected and empowered
Domestic violence in LGBT relationships
Domestic violence is classed as any type of abusive behaviour by either partner that attempts to achieve and sustain control over the other. It is all about power and control, trying to manipulate and dominate the other. It happens across all communities, all classes, long-term or short-term relationships, social classes, ages, different cultures
It can also happen in all types of relationships, even in LGBT relationships
(Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner)
Victims First is dedicated to ensuring that all victims of crime receive the support they need to cope and recover from the impact of their crime. We care about those affected by crime and work continuously to improve services and support for victims
Victims First provides free emotional and practical support to all victims and witnesses of crime. as well as family members of victims. It is available across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire and can provide help regardless of whether or not the crime has been reported to the police
How can Victims First help?
You can contact Victims First to access support tailored to your individual needs.
When you contact us you will be allocated a Victims First Officer who will discuss any emotional or practical needs you may have. You will work together to put in place a support plan which could involve referring you to one of our specialist services for further support
We have several specialist services which include help for victims of sexual violence and domestic abuse. Depending on your needs, we may refer you to one of our specialist services.
The type of assistance available includes:
Contacting Victims First
You can speak to a Victims First Officer about any of our services and receive support by:
Phone: 0300 1234 148
Monday and Wednesday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Tuesday and Thursday - 9:00 am to 7:00 pm and Friday 9:00 am to 4.30 pm
Complete our online referral form
Victims First is managed by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley. For further information about the commissioning of services to support victims of crime, please visit the Police and Crime Commissioner website here
Reducing the Risk
of Domestic Abuse
About our charity
Reducing the Risk of Domestic Abuse develops and delivers services for those affected by domestic abuse in Oxfordshire and provides training across the U
Our work in Oxfordshire
We support many of Oxfordshire’s most vulnerable adults and children. We work intensively with people who are at risk of harm in their own homes — keeping them safe and helping them to rebuild their lives
We work to improve the life chances of many children in our community who come from homes where there is abuse
We provide training and coordinate and enhance the work of over 1,000 front-line staff from a wide range of agencies to help prevent abuse and reduce its impact
To find out more, please read our 2016/17 annual report, along with additional essays on our domestic abuse and mental health pilot service for October 2016 and July 2017 and our outreach service to Cherwell
Buckinghamshire Domestic Abuse Information
We develop and deliver services for those affected by domestic abuse in Buckinghamshire and provide training across the UK
UK Hate Crime Network
(Annual National Hate Crime Awareness Week)
We have set up this group to enable people working across the hate crime sector to link up with each other and provide a platform to share ideas and information on how we can work together. The group is administrated by the 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign
We aim to promote H.O.P.E. across the UK
H = Hate crime awareness
O = Operational responses to hate crime
P = Prevention of hate crime
E = Empowering communities to report hate crimes and access victim support services
Behind The Mask
Hair & Beauty Professionals
Against Domestic Abuse
1 in 4 women will experience abuse from a partner or ex-partner at some time in their life and 2 are killed each week. They may be our clients, colleagues – even family and friends
Seeing the signs, offering a kind word and providing information on how to access professional support may change or save someone’s life
Behind the Mask offers hair and beauty professionals like you, free access to online learning and resources. This may help you to spot the signs that someone is experiencing domestic abuse and guide you on how to respond in the best way. It’s not about intervening or interfering, but knowing how you can truly help someone who may really need it
Safeguarding People Where it Matters
In danger? With a simple shake or tap, it activates Hollie Guard, immediately notifying your chosen contacts, pinpointing your location and sending audio and video evidence directly to their mobile phones
What is Hollie Guard
Hollie Guard is a next-generation smartphone app that provides enhanced levels of protection
Hollie Guard has you covered, whether you’re working alone, travelling to an unknown area or simply commuting around town
With Hollie Guard, you can set extra levels of protection from right inside the App
Aylesbury Vale & Milton Keynes
Sexual Assault and Support Services
We support individuals affected by sexual assault and abuse to live fulfilling lives regardless of gender, race and sexuality. We do this by providing a safe space and using enabling and empowering approaches
In line with the government guidelines relating to the COVID-19 pandemic we have suspended our face-to-face services
Our telephone helpline remains open and we will continue to respond to all telephone, online and email referrals and queries
Please be reassured that we will use our best endeavours to continue to support those who access our services
AVMKSAASS will continue
The above are available via telephone and a variety of video and messaging platforms
Free Legal Advice Group
for Domestic Violence
We're a charity that was set up in October 2012 and registered as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) in October 2013
We wanted to fill the gap left by the reduction in Legal Aid services. Furthermore, we are a small charity operating across the three counties of the Thames Valley; Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire
Our confidential helpline is available for male victims of domestic abuse and male victims of domestic violence across the UK
We support men suffering from domestic abuse from their current or former wife or partner (including same-sex partner)
This can range from actual violence or object throwing to mental abuse such as constant bullying or constant insults
The helpline provides both emotional support and practical information
We receive calls from male victims of domestic abuse across all age ranges and professions:
The helplines welcome calls from mothers, sisters and friends of male victims seeking information.
We also receive calls from support organisations, charities and statutory agencies such as local authorities and police forces
White Ribbon UK
We are part of the global White Ribbon Movement to end male violence against women
We are the leading charity that is ending male violence against women by engaging with men and boys to take a stand against violence
Our mission is for all men to fulfil the White Ribbon Promise to never commit, excuse or remain silent about male violence against women
We act as a catalyst, encouraging people, especially men and boys, to individually and collectively take action and change their behaviour
We don’t do this on our own.
Our voice is strengthened by working together with our supporters, ambassadors, champions, organisations and policymakers, to raise awareness, educate and campaign to bring about change
These partners are working with us right across England and Wales engaging with many thousands of people to change the cultures that lead to violence against women and girls. Together we can prevent violence from happening in the first place
Galop has provided advice, support, research and lobbying around the issues of LGBT+ policing for over 30 years
Reflecting back on this history proves an inspiration in how far the gay communities (and the police) have come since the early days of intimidation and fear
You can learn more about Galop's history from our archive of annual reports
International Domestic Violence
Domestic violence exploded during the first two months of the Coronavirus outbreak. In the U.S., there was a 30% increase in spousal/partner abuse towards women, and the U.K. saw a similar increase as well – 25%; and still – there is no updated, comprehensive resource that tells you where to go if you are suffering such horrible violence, or know someone who is a victim.
Such a resource is critical, as there are abusive partners that use the plague itself as a tool of terror. In many cases, they withhold medication, insurance cards, and even the ability to go purchase hand sanitiser from their victims – all while public health procedures, such as mass quarantines, prevent any chance of escape; this is on top of the pre-existing threat of violence that constantly looms over their heads.
Sadly, you can’t trust the government either. Social Services aren’t getting the necessary funds in these times and non-profit rescue organizations can’t do it alone. We must help the victims of this viciousness, and not forget that the victims are women, men, and children alike.
In this guide, you will find every possible contact and useful tips that will help you to stop being a bystander, take action, and save lives (without putting your own at risk).
Families Need Fathers
Parental divorce or separation should not mean that children lose the love and care of one of their parents
Families Need Fathers seeks to obtain, for the children, the best possible blend of both parents in the lives of children; enough for the children to realise that both parents are fully involved in their lives. Legally, parents should be of equal status
The Peter Tatchell Foundation
We seek to promote and protect the human rights of individuals, communities and nations, in the UK and internationally, in accordance with established national and international human rights law
LGBT Foundation -
At the LGBT Foundation, we have a rich and passionate history of grassroots activism and community involvement, with a track record dating back to 1975
As the needs of LGBT people have changed, so have we, responding to an evolving landscape as well as to changes to health and support needs
LGBT Foundation (and its predecessor The Lesbian & Gay Foundation) formed out of the merger of two community groups, both initially serving LGBT people of Manchester
Fathers for Justice
In 2001, after Matt O’Connor had what he described as an “epiphany” on Waterloo Bridge, Matt decided that instead of jumping off bridges, dads could aspire to start climbing them, and the idea of Fathers4Justice was born
He quickly set up designing a new identity for the campaign, including the infamous ‘purple hand’ logo
Hospitals all around the UK have been referring people to us for many years and we are also in the Macmillan Cancer information leaflet and we continue to raise money for Cancer charities throughout the year
We have a very caring and compassionate team of staff that are able to deal with the sensitivity of medical conditions. We offer free consultations on a one to one basis where you can sit and discuss your personal requirement
Want to spread the cost? Ask about our payment plans
Equality and Human Rights Commission
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is Great Britain’s national equality body and has been awarded an ‘A’ status as a National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) by the United Nations
Our job is to help make Britain fairer. We do this by safeguarding and enforcing the laws that protect people’s rights to fairness, dignity and respect
As a statutory non-departmental public body established by the Equality Act 2006, the Commission operates independently
We aim to be an expert and authoritative organisation that is a centre of excellence for evidence, analysis and equality and human rights law. We also aspire to be an essential point of contact for policymakers, public bodies and business
We use our unique powers to challenge discrimination, promote equality of opportunity and protect human rights. Furthermore, we work with other organisations and individuals to achieve our aims but are ready to take tough action against those who abuse the rights of others
Schools OUT UK is an education charity that began life as The Gay Teachers Association in 1974
Our overarching goal is to make our schools and educational institutions safe spaces for our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) communities as teachers, lecturers and trainers; as pupils and students; as parents; as teaching and learning support staff; as site-officers, catering and cleaning staff; and as headteachers, managers and governors
There is no other organisation that supports such a wide community in attaining such a wide, yet simple overarching goal
Stop Hate UK
26 Years of Experience Fighting Hate and Discrimination
Stop Hate UK is a leading anti-hate and anti-discrimination organisation for corporate, statutory, and community sectors
Today, we operate the UK’s only free dedicated 24-hour anti-Hate Crime reporting service for all monitored strands of a person’s identity or perceived identity (Disability, Race, Faith/Religion/Belief, Sexual Orientation, and Transgender identity, as well as Alternative Subculture and Gender/Misogyny
In addition, we recently launched a new dedicated 24/7 Hate Crime Reporting Network and dedicated hotline specifically covering Buckinghamshire.
For more information, please visit:
You also find a list of organisations that you may also be able to assist
Since we were established in 1983, we’ve helped tens of thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people to find safe and secure homes
Every day, we continue to do this by:
To find out more about any of these services, please contact us.
Ask for Clive
We were founded in 2019 in response to the rise in homophobic and transphobic incidents in the UK. In our first year, we partnered with 2,000 venues and our target is to partner with 20,000 venues by the end of 2020. In February 2020 we became a charity to promote social inclusion among the LGBTQ+ community by preventing people from becoming socially excluded and relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded
Our partner venues include pubs, clubs, theatres, universities, tattoo parlours, social clubs, churches, and also major international venues such as Arena Birmingham
Since our launch, we have received coverage from BBC Breakfast, ITV News, BBC Midlands and many local radio and print media organisations
Inclusive communities that provide welcome spaces for LGBT+ people everywhere
To work with venues and organisations to:
Danny Clare (founder), Clive Duffy (who gave us our name, prolific volunteer, mentor and activist for the LGBT+ community), Steph Barker, Daisy Cooper, Sean Hughes, Teri Niadna, Lizzie Norton-Henry, Andrew Speak, Steven Wilson
A Loving Spoonful
A Loving Spoonful is a volunteer-driven, non-partisan Society that provides free, nutritious meals to people living with HIV and co-existing illnesses in Metro Vancouver and the surrounding areas
Every week, all year round, since 1989, our volunteers deliver frozen meals and groceries to individuals and families who are HIV+ and primarily home-bound. Our average meal cost is only $4.33
Ultimately, A Loving Spoonful is about food, love, hope and compassion. This means we aim to help those who need it most with nourishing meals, healthy grocery options and the support of a registered dietician
On average, we provide approximately 100,000 meals each year to those most vulnerable in the community, living with a chronic, life-threatening illness and many of whom are isolated and dealing with multiple physical, mental and emotional challenges
Professional Online LGBTQ+ Community
OutBüro’s mission is to connect the world’s LGBTQ+ employees, professionals, and entrepreneurs with opportunities to grow in their careers and grow their companies
We strive to connect companies and organizations that support LGBTQ Corporate Equality with quality candidates while providing a voice and insight into workplace culture and LGBT+ workplace issues
OutBüro strives to be inclusive which includes those with disabilities
How We Support Our Mission
Our services are designed to promote economic opportunity for our members by enabling you and thousands of other gay, lesbian, transgender, bisexual and queer professionals, along with diversity recruiting professionals and our friends and allies to meet, post job opportunities, create a professional profile, store and submit your resume, find quality diversity candidates, exchange ideas, learn and find business opportunities
Make decisions in a network of trusted relationships within an LGBTQ+ professionally oriented, safe and accepting platform
See our Accessibility Statement
We are a national specialist infrastructure and membership organisation. We work to strengthen and support LGBT+ groups, organisations and projects so that they can deliver direct services and campaign for individual rights
Here's how we work to build a stronger LGBT+ third sector
Membership & Engagement
We support our 450+ Members to thrive so that they can deliver vital support and services
Collaboration & Networks
We connect the sector and lead it in innovative and sustainable ways of working
Voice & Communication
We consult and listen to our Members and make sure their voices are amplified
Transforming Mental Health Research
The McPin Foundation has evolved from a small family foundation to a specialist research charity dedicated to putting people affected by mental health problems at the heart of the research agenda
The focus until 2012 was awarding grants to organisations undertaking education, research and community projects. Our grant-making programme is currently closed
In 2012, the Trustees decided to refocus the activities of the charity and to establish the foundation as a dedicated mental health research organisation, with a focus on promoting expertise through experience in research
From April 2013 we were joined by researchers from the current Rethink Mental Illness Research Team. We have since evolved and grown to work with a wide variety of researchers, public involvement, policy and communications professionals
As well as conducting our own research, we work with other researchers in collaboration and to support their public involvement work
We remain interested in other potential collaborative hosting arrangements to support individuals or organisations committed to improving mental health through research
The McPin Foundation
Call from the UK: 0207 9227877
- METRO - Embrace Difference -
Health, community and youth services across London and the South East. Due to the Government's COVID-19 Roadmap and Guidance, we are currently delivering our services online and over the phone, although this should hopefully change after 21st June 2021
METRO is a leading equality and diversity charity, providing health, community and youth services across London and the South East, with national and international projects
METRO works with anyone experiencing issues around sexuality, gender, equality, diversity and identity across our five domains: Sexual & Reproductive Health, Community, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Youth and HIV
- City of London Professional Networking -
This is a professional networking event which I am going to be arranging on the 2nd Thursday of each month
This is for Professionals that work or live within The City of London, Freemen and Liverymen of The City of London and also anyone else that has a connection to The City
We also welcome people that have a genuine interest in The City or want to find out more about the Unique Opportunities that The City of London Offer to People that are Genuinely interested
I am also looking to progress within The City, so this event is a chance for me to engage with like-minded people to gain support in my aspirations but at the same time giving everyone the opportunity to network and the chance for me to open those opportunities to new people that wish to embrace them
I look forward to meeting you all at future events & would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support
Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or message on WhatsApp on 07472 721177
- Click Therapies -
Learn why we are providing therapy, our goals with Click Therapies, the impact we would like to have and the values that we stand by
Our Concepts & Mission
Click Therapies is a leading private online psychological wellbeing provider. Our concept was founded and developed by the UK registered mental health nurses, Richard and Chris. Online (video) therapy is an innovative approach and is becoming increasingly popular in the delivery of psychological interventions. Our mission is to provide clients with a personalised psychological wellbeing service that is easily accessible, anytime, anywhere
We are dedicated to promoting a psychological wellbeing service to provide affordable, professional, evidence-based online therapy to our private clients, charities, employers, insurers and
Our Vision & Values
We are committed to promoting welling being and helping our clients meet the challenges of the 21st century. We strive to support individuals to get the best from life, by providing resources and tools to help them become self-therapists.We aim to be the UK’s leading online psychological wellbeing service, and whether we’re supporting our private clients, NHS, charities or other organisations, we are committed to maintaining our promise by:
- Support U -
Your LGBT+ Resource
Our dedicated team provide specialist support and resources for LGBT+ people and those affected by LGBT+ issues in Thames Valley
Our team can assist with a broad range of concerns; ranging from employment, sexual health coming out and counselling
It was in 2010 founders, Andrew and Lorna had identified the need for a community organisation to help assist the public in accessing LGBTQ+ services across Reading and the Thames Valley, it was then that Support U was born.
Get in Contact with Us
Send us a message
You can talk to our team in complete confidence. We promise to get one of our friendly team members in touch as soon as we can.
You can reach us on our telephone number
0118 321 9111.
Calls to this number are charged at a local rate and are often included in "free" minutes bundles from mobile phone network providers in the UK.
- Twin Rivers Rehab -
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- LGBTQ+ Family Connections Center -
Providing life-changing counselling, programs and services for LGBTQ+ impacted families and individuals
Youth and Families are impacted by LGBTQ+ matters daily.
at LGBTQ+ Family Connections Center is to ensure a broad range of superior quality, evidence-based behavioural health and social services to a national audience that provides impactful, positive lifestyle changes promoting healing, and communication
- Cool2bTrans -
I am a woman on a mission! But not just any woman and not just any mission
Being an openly transgender woman and a trans ambassador, I am on a mission to not only show that it’s OK to be trans, but it’s actually Cool 2B Trans too!
Through my media appearances, public speaking engagements, blog, vlog, social media, trans awareness training courses and via support groups, I aim to reach out to trans people who may be struggling with their gender identity, to reassure them and to lead by example
I want to help educate the general public too. The more people who are educated about trans issues, the greater the acceptance and the easier it will be for trans people to live their lives in peace
Most bigotry and prejudice comes from ignorance and fear of the unknown. Education can and does save lives
I use a lot of humour in my presentations as I feel if I entertain my audiences, they are more likely to take notice of what I have to say
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