Salford City Partnership

LGBT+ Resources

Children & Young People's LGBT+ Working group

The LGBT+ working group was set up in 2017 in response to the Proud Trust report (2016).

The working group is chaired by the Head of Service Improvement (Salford CCG) with representatives from Salford CCG, Salford CAMHS; Education, Fostering Team, Youth Service, Children’s Services; 42nd Street; Salford CVS, The Proud Trust, LGBT Youth Group, Equality & Diversity Team.

An action plan has been developed following the recommendations in the Proud Trust report under the following headings: 

  1. Communication and Engagement
  2. Good Practice
  3. Workforce Development
  4. Service User Involvement
  5. Service Development

For more information please contact: 

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Research - The Proud Trust

Experiences and identified needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) young people in Salford and implications for tailored service provisions - Consultation research with young people and service providers (2016)

The Proud Trust was commissioned, as part of Salford's 0-25 Emotional Health and Wellbeing work, to undertake a consultation with LGBT young people in Salford.

The aim of the research was to better understand the likely size of the LBGT population aged under 25 in Salford and their experiences and needs in terms of emotional health and wellbeing. We also wanted to engage young people and services through the research and involve them in influencing and shaping services. Finally, we asked to look at what works well here in Salford and elsewhere.

For more information please contact: 

The full report is available in the downloadable documents at the bottom of the page.

School Report 2017 is Stonewall's new research with the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge into the experiences of over 3,700 lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) pupils in Britain's schools. 

The study shows that while progress has been made over the last decade, many LGBT young people continue to face significant challenges in Britain's schools. The full Stonewall report is available in the downloadable section at the bottom of this page.

Stonewall has also produced the following resources and toolkits for schools:

The resources are also available in the downloadable section at the bottom of this page.

Salford LGBT+ Youth Groups

Salford Youth Service support 3 youth groups for young people aged 13-17 years who identify as LGBT+ or who are questioning their sexuality and/or gender.

The groups provide an opportunity for young people to socialise, make friends and take part in lots of events like Pride, IDAHOT, LGBT history month and go on trips and visits.

Young people receive support from staff and peers looking at LGBT related issues.  The group is a safe place for young people to explore their identity which can help them discover who they want to become.

Salford LGBT+ leaflet

T & Toast Groups

Youth Group: Salford's trans youth group is a monthly safe space for trans and non-binary young people, providing a welcoming and safe place to engage with other trans and non-binary people in discussions on trans-specific issues, play games, take part in activities and become a voice for trans young people in Salford

Parent / Carer Group: a supportive group for parents and carers of trans and non-binary young people, providing a safe space to discuss ad questions or concerns you may have with experienced staff and parents.

Both groups meet monthy - on the 3rd Sunday of every month, 1.30pm - 3.30pm.

For more information:

 T & Toast Youth Group Flyer

This page was last updated on 15 February 2021

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