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BLAH LGBT+ Youth

  • East of England
  • Trans Youth
  • BAME
  • Online

BLAH LGBT Youth provides social & peer support groups for young gay, lesbian, bisexual people or those questioning their sexuality or gender identity aged 25 and below, living in Norfolk and Waveney.  More info about BLAH LGBT+ Youth »

Evolve

  • East of England
  • Trans Youth
  • BAME

Aimed at young people aged from 11-25 and inclusive of MTF, FTM, and Non-Binary gender identity questioning. Part of the Mancroft Advice Project (MAP) More info about Evolve »

FTM Norfolk

  • East of England
  • Trans Men
  • Non Binary
  • BAME
  • Online

Founded to offer support to people born female questioning and/or transitioning to male. Meets first Monday of the month at 10 Cathedral St, Norwich More info about FTM Norfolk »

Norfolk LGBT Project

  • East of England
  • Trans Men
  • Trans Women
  • Non Binary
  • Partners

Norfolk LGBT Project is a community based service run by & for the LGBT community. It is a service influenced by the needs of its service users. We believe that by working in partnership with local groups, communities and organisations that we can provide More info about Norfolk LGBT Project »

NPACT

  • East Midlands
  • East of England
  • Parents
  • Online

We are a support group for people parents,step-parents, and carers of transgender children (including grown up children) in or around Northamptonshire.  More info about NPACT »

Outreach Youth

  • East of England
  • Trans Men
  • Trans Women
  • Non Binary
  • Trans Youth
  • BAME
  • Online

Outreach Youth supports and works with young people across Suffolk and North Essex, aged 13 to 19 years, who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or questioning their sexuality. More info about Outreach Youth »

The Kite Trust

  • East of England
  • Trans Youth
  • BAME
  • Online

e are proud to promote the health, well-being, and inclusion of LGBT+ young people across Cambridgeshire; raising awareness, supporting, and educating our local communities. More info about The Kite Trust »