We wanted to create a space that felt safe and welcoming to support our LGBTQIA+ community to come along and find out about our Sutton services and offerings, all whilst enjoying a spot of afternoon tea. And I think we all achieved that. A huge “Thank You” to everyone who joined us on the day, it was lovely to meet so many new Sutton residents.

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Sutton LGBTQ+ Forum & Trans Clinic

The vibe was lovely, with everyone celebrating LGBTQIA+ history month and there was a plethora of cakes to go round!

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Everyone chatted over a cuppa (and of course cake) and our Sutton teams learnt more about how to ensure our services are accessible and inclusive. Everyone is learning all the time, and having events like this helps everyone to ensure we are all working together towards a common goal, a goal to help people.

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No one in Sutton should ever feel alone, we have so many local services that can help with most problems, you just need to know who to speak to! And this is the beauty of Together for Sutton, our independent, impartial, free and confidential information and advice service, the ideal contact if you are not sure who can help you professionally or personally. LGBTQIA Transform 21 Feb 2024

Cranstoun Transform, Sutton Domestic Abuse Services.

A big “Thank You” to everyone who supported the event, and here's to many more in the future. Please do email kate@communityactionsutton.org.uk should you wish to provide any feedback on the event as we are always keen to make improvements where we can.

TfS is available to anyone who works, lives, studies or cares for people in the London Borough of Sutton, and is inclusive to everyone, no matter what!

Our telephone line is open 9am to 5pm during the week, and if you needed to see someone in person, please feel free to head to our TfS partners drop in space, Citizens Advice Sutton, just below Sutton Library and beside the Civic Offices, Monday to Friday, 10am to 3pm (excluding bank holidays).

Should you not want to speak or meet with someone, and we totally understand this, then you can also drop us an online referral here, please just be sure to state you would prefer to communicate by email in the notes section.

Should you or anyone you know need support or are experiencing Hate Crime, please know that the TfS partnership are here to support you as best as possible. If you do not know who you can speak to, you can contact us on 020 8254 2616, 9am – 5pm or send us an online referral here and we will point you in the right direction.

To access Sutton Central Library services, please visit their website here.

To get in contact with the Sutton LGBTQ+ Forum, please contact them via their website here.