to offer support for people in the area who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender, including young, older people, disabled people, and people from various ethnic minorities and identify ways to address problems of social isolation.
to coordinate and enable social and community activities and promote fair and equal treatment for LGBT plus people in our community
to develop and maintain a network of contacts and partnerships with various service providers, groups and local communities in the area for the benefit of the local LGBT community.
to raise awareness and educate the broader community about the needs and rights of people who identify as LGBT plus, and
to enable more effective consultation and connection with the LGBT plus communities across the area, particularly with LGBT people who are disabled, young, old or from another ethnic group/community or people living with a long term physical or mental health conditions.