Organisations outside Yorkshire supporting LGBT and Gender issues
The following are organisations in this sub region providing various support services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or trans people and with other gender and sexuality issues.
Organisation: Northern Concord
Address: PO Box 258, Manchester, M60 1LN
Web Address: www.northernconcord.org.uk
Service Description: An information resource and support group for people who identify as cross-dressers, transvestites and transsexuals, and also for their wives or partners. They organise social events and themed evenings have included fashion nights, jewellery nights, make-up demonstrations, etc.
Organisation: Transgender Wales
Address: PO Box 304, Cardiff, CF11 9XA
Phone: Helpline:07967 426558
Service Description: A voluntary organisation supporting people who identify as tranvestites or transsexual, and also their families.
Organisation: Trans Alba Transsexual Support
Phone: Helpline: Monday to Friday, 6.00pm to 10.00pm -- 07961 574880
Web Address: www.transalba.org
Service Description: A Scottish campaign and support group for people who identify as transsexual. Operates a helpine and organises social events throughout the year, and has publications on various trans issues.
Phone: Mondays, 7.30 – 9pm -- 0141 847 0787
Service Description: Support group for people who identify as transvestites or transsexuals. Meets second Wednesday of every month (except December), 7pm – 10pm.
Organisation: Croydon LGBT Forum
Address: C/o Croydon Voluntary Services, 97 High Street, Thornton Heath, Surrey, CR7 8RY
Phone: 020 8684 3862
Service Description: And LGBT political/campaign group for the south east of England.
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