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LGBT Foundation says Goodbye… and Hello

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LGBT Foundation, a national charity delivering advice, support and information services to LGBTQ+ communities, has made the bold decision to say goodbye to their Community Centre at 5 Richmond Street in Manchester, as they embark upon another exciting stage of their journey in their 45-year history.

This decision, which wasn’t taken lightly, will allow the charity to invest in further innovation, and offer further support to you, their staff and volunteer team.Paul Martin OBE, Chief Executive of LGBT Foundation, released a statement, which details these changes and what the future holds…‘In the last decade, we have evolved significantly as a charity.

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