On Tuesday 12th March 2024 our phone lines/surgery will be closed from 12.30-5.30pm for staff training. There will be no appointments available during this time. If you feel you urgently need to see a GP during this time, please call 111. Thank you for your understanding.
International Trans Day of Visibility – 31st March 2023
The International Trans Day of Visibility aims to shed light on the struggles that transgender and non-binary people face on a daily basis. This year focuses on the ‘I am enough’ campaign. It aims to show acceptance of individuals’ identities without needing to surgically make changes, and to promote self-declaration or gender identity and the visibility of non-binary identities. The campaign is split into two sections: ‘I am enough’ and ‘You are enough’, so everyone can get involved and spread awareness. You can also make a donation, or simply just raise awareness locally by speaking to the community. https://lgbt.foundation/rainbowbuddies
If you’re a young person who’s part of the LGBTQ+ community and need some help or advice, there are many places you can go. Websites such as ‘The Proud Trust’ have resources such as a webchat, and they can help with advice ranging from staying safe, to faith and religion. They can also help to put you in touch with people in similar situations to you, or you can read stories from other people’s experiences.https://www.theproudtrust.org/young-people/