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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, working together to represent and support Sheffield’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and other minority sexual and gender communities. The Network coordinate city wide events including LGBT+ History Month every February. Their next quarterly meeting is on Wednesday 24th February .

  • Regional Stakeholder Network seeks Members and Chairs

    The Office for Disability Issues are looking for Chairpersons and Members for 9 regional groups across England.The Regional Stakeholder Network will bring the views of disabled people, local disability organisations and organisations that represent disabled people closer to government. Applications should be completed by 29th March 2019.

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