The network is made up of Dorset LGB&T community members, LGB&T equality and anti-discrimination activists and educationalists that bring to it a wealth of expertise and focused dedicated passion and enthusiasm to see change and the building of a powerful and effective, respected voice for our community.
The network also comprises members, officers and representatives of main established LGB&T groups, organisations and service providers based or operating in Dorset, and beyond. These include but are not limited to:
- Bourne Free
- Just a Ball Game? national grassroots anti-LGBT prejudice in football & sport organisation
- Over The Rainbow
- Space Youth Project
- The pan-Dorset Health & Social Care LGB&T Health advisory Group
- Silver Moments older LGBT people’s group
Beyond these we work at national level, in specialist topic areas.
The Network team is comprised of, but not limited to:
- Alan Mercel-Sanca
- Canon John Hyde
- Lindsay England
- Louise Clarke
- Erin Greenslade
Our network also includes patrons, our first was Sophie Cook, a national level motivational speaker and educator.
Lindsay England, founder and lead of the national grassroots anti-homophobia and trans-phobia in football and sport campaign orgnaisation, Just a Ball Game? is our chief patron.