Pride in Plymouth

Outreach & Advocacy

We work with a number of individuals and organisations across the city to provide advocacy and support require to help raise awareness of LGBTQ+ lives:

Devon and Cornwall Police

Pride in Plymouth are independent advisors and attend local reference groups and consultations around hate crime in the city.

We provide a third-party reporting service where people can anonymously report hate crimes and incidents which have occurred, and we can raise these with the local authorities on your behalf. If we can help, please get in touch via our contact page.

Restorative Justice

We are developing an education tool/workshop, using our archival materials, to contact ignorance around the impact of hate crime.

Prisons and Probation

We work with local prisons to run groups for their LGBT+ residents and also help connect people back into their local community when they leave.

Asylum Seekers and Refugee Support

Plymouth is a dispersal city which means it is home to large number of people fleeting persecution and seeking asylum. Over the last few years, it has become clear that many of them are here because their identities as LGBTQ+ people put them in danger. Through the use of our archive, we have been able to help many people share stories that may well have been difficult for them to share before and, working with other agencies, have helped support a number of people gain their refugee status. If this is something we can help you with the please get in contact with us.

LGBTQ+ Lives and Mental Health

Pride in Plymouth is currently exploring ways to support LGBTQ+ mental health concerns in the city of Plymouth and beyonf in conjunction with our friends at Marbles; Lost and Found.