Southwark LGBT Network

The Southwark LGBT Network was set up in 2002 to enable the LGBT community in Southwark to respond to the needs of their communities.

The network is established particularly for the benefit of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people in need in Southwark, to preserve and protect health, relieve poverty and distress and to educate the wider community of these issues as they affect the LGBT community.

To work in close collaboration with voluntary and community organisations, other groups in the community and the statutory sector where their aims are consistent with the aims of the network.

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
Men
Non-UK Residents
Trans People/People with gender histories
Women
Young People
Other
Key areas of work: 
Advice/Information
Events
Health Care
Infrastructure/Community Development
Networks
Policy/Representation
Research
Resource Library
Social Group
Contact details
07914 425919
Address: 
TBC
SE1 London

 

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Events

Saturday, August 24, 2019 - 15:00 to 17:30
Saturday, August 24, 2019 - 19:00 to 23:00