Support for the LGBTQIA+ community

This page offers a list of support and information services for the LGBTQIA+ community

Norfolk LGBT+ Project

Norfolk LGBT+ Project is a registered charity, providing support, counselling services, information and advice to all age groups that is relevant to the health and wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Norfolk and Waveney since 2007.

Pride in Norfolk

Pride events happen across Norfolk. Many organise an annual event as well as events around the community.

Click the links below to find out more

Norwich Pride

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Pride

Mind - LGBTQ+

Mind has curated a range of resources you can read, listen to and download created with LGBTQ+ people about mental health and wellbeing.


The iCaSH (integrated Contraception and Sexual Health) service provides all aspects of sexual and reproductive health, including contraception, sexually transmitted infection (STI) and HIV testing and treatment.

iCaSH clinics are available at locations across Norfolk.

OASIS Norfolk

Oasis is a self help and support group for trans-people and their partners, family and friends.

Monthly meetings are held in a safe and secure location just outside Norwich.

It provides a friendly and welcoming environment where trans-people can dress in safety and meet like minded people, make friends and enjoy each others’ company.

Whether you consider yourself transgender, transsexual, transvestite or a crossdresser, they are here to help you

Proud Canaries

Proud Canaries is the official Norwich City fans and friends group. It also has its own football team: Proud Canaries FC. The group challenges homophobia and transphobia home and away whilst enjoying the beautiful game. Honorary Patrons are Stephen Fry and Amal Fashanu. Their  hero is Justin Fashanu, NCFC legend and the first professional footballer to come out during his career.

Norfolk LGBT Meet Up

The aim is to help LGBTQIA+ people keep in touch with friends, make new friends, explore the area, and keep active. It’s a social group, so everyone is involved for their own enjoyment – not to provide a service.