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Sheffield LGBT+ Multi Agency Network

Sheffield LGBT+ Multi Agency Network

The recently launched Sheffield LGBT+ Multi-Agency Network is a network of Sheffield based organisations, hosted by SAYiT and LGBT Sheffield, working together to represent and support Sheffield’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and other minority sexual and gender communities.

The Network will:

  • work together to coordinate city-wide events including LGBT+ History Month, IDAHoBIT (The International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia, and Transphobia), and TDOR (Trans Day Of Remembrance)
  • consult with and provide a shared voice for issues affecting Sheffield’s LGBT+ communities
  • hold quarterly meetings bringing together organisations in Sheffield to share the work they are doing with LGBT+ communities

To find out more visit their website at:
or follow them on Facebook.

UK LGBT+ History Month is every February.

Future meetings of the LGBT+ Multi Agency Network will take place Wednesdays at 6pm on the following dates:

24th February 2021
26th May 2021
25th August 2021
24th November 2021


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