North East LGBT Federation

The Fed

The LGBT Federation North East was established in 2005.  We work to unite LGBT individuals, groups, organisations and communities across the North East of England.  We draw our members from across the whole region and across the different groups within the LGBT community.  Our approach and our membership cross age, cultural and religious backgrounds and include disabled and non-disabled people. 

We undertake research and develop self-sustaining activities that aim to change attitudes and behaviours towards LGBT people.

We have a campaign and policy group, and an events group.

We also have special interest groups such as the parenting group, walking group, and asylum seekers group. The Fed is run by and for its members, but the day-to-day business is looked after by a management group comprising formal directors of the company, who are appointed at the Annual General Meeting in the Autumn. 

Services provided for: 
Bisexual Men
Disabled People
People Over 50
Bisexual Women
BME/Black People
Deaf/Hard of Hearing People
Gay Men
Lesbians/Gay Women
Non-UK Residents
Trans People/People with gender histories
Young People
Key areas of work: 
Equal Opportunities/Discrimination
Infrastructure/Community Development
Self-help/Support Group
Social Group
Area of operation
North East
Contact details
phone for members only
Hot Desk Address
Carnegie Building
NE4 8XS Newcastle upon Tyne, NBL
Meeting times: 
Bi-Monthly on Wednesday


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