The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (LGF) are pleased to announce that we are moving home this autumn to 5 Richmond Street, right at the heart of Manchester’s Gay Village.
LGF Chief Executive Paul Martin said: “I am happy to announce that the LGF will be moving to new accommodation this autumn. We have many exciting plans for the three floors at Richmond Street, and the new space means that we will be able to reach out to more service users, support more lesbian, gay and bisexual people and hold more LGB&T events and projects than ever before”.
Chair of the Board of Trustees, David McGovern added: “It is fitting that in the LGF’s tenth anniversary year, we should be moving to this new space right in the heart of Manchester’s Gay Village, in the very centre of the community we serve. We hope that being parallel to Canal Street, will make our services even more accessible to the LGB&T community, and encourage people who may not have accessed our services before, to come in and explore what the organization has to offer; from counselling, to groupwork, to sexual health services to volunteering.”
The charity will move in the autumn and up until that point all Lesbian & Gay Foundation services will be operating business as usual from our current home Princess House, 105-107 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6DD.
If you are a Lesbian & Gay Foundation service user, volunteer, or partner and would like more information about the move contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For updates on the move visit lgf.org.uk or check the LGF’s bi-monthly magazine outnorthwest.