Useful links

We will be adding to the list of useful links below. All have been selected for their value in supporting or being directly involved in work and services to support LGB&T equality and/or educational work to promote awareness to broader society of inclusiveness towards our LGB&T communities and LGB&T pride generally, in Dorset and beyond.

Network linked:

Olympics legacy anti-homophobia exhibition project

Just A Ball Game?—  the UK’s foremost anti-homophobia and anti-transphobia in football grassroots campaign group.  JBG? works with both grass roots and professional sports groups, organisations , authorities, along with governments, education establishments and trade unions to build on their existing work.


Bourne Free: Bournemouth Dorset & Poole’s LGBT Pride organisation, responsible for organising the Bournemouth-based nationally renowned Gay Pride Festival:

Space Youth Project: Dorset’s youth project for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender young people:

Over the Rainbow: Advice, support and information for the Bournemouth Dorset & Poole LGB&T community, with special emphasis on NHS services such as screening, etc.. Based in the heart of Bournemouth’s LGBT quarter, the Triangle. Website

Pan-Dorset LGB&T Health Advisory Group: Created in the late summer of 2015 the group’s work is to engage with pan-Dorset NHS organisations (hospital trusts, the Dorset CCG, DHUFT, etc.) to represent equality and inclusion needs of all sections of our Bournemouth Dorset & Poole LGB&T community — webpage

Compassion in Dying: The Network through ‘Silver Moments’ is very pleased to be working with this important LGBT-friendly bereavement related organisation.  The following link provides valuable information resources for those who have undergone or are experiencing bereavement: Website

Partner & supporting organisations:

Please visit our Support page for details of partnering & supporting organisations

Trans / T community:

Facial Team Livestreams video resources  An outstanding information resource for our Trans community members. ‘Lilia’s livestreams are a collection of over 50 colorful conversations with opinion-leaders on a variety of topics of interest to trans people as well as their loved ones…’

Sophie Cook — Trans community member and nationally renowned motivational speaker: Sophie is the LGB&T Dorset Equality Network’s first Patron.

Debbie Louise-Cannon — Trans inclusion expert, writer and mentor: