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Public Notices - April 2018

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LGBT History Month Founder: There’s more to be done

As LGBT History Month draws to a close, we share some words from its founder, Sue Sanders, who visited Haringey to talk about our borough’s proud history on equality.

Art at the heart of the LGBT+ community

Wise Thoughts, based in Wood Green Library, is an LGBT+ and BAME arts charity that provides a safe and welcoming space for the community.

The charity holds drop-in sessions and puts on activities such as dance and yoga that aim to help more isolated LGBT+ residents feel more engaged with the wider community, and they host London’s GFEST event every November, where more than 1,000 LGBT+ artists’ work is showcased.

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Woodside students work their magic for LGBT History Month

Award-winning youngsters from Woodside High School are leading the way on equality in Haringey.

Haringey Police: Tackling LGBT+ hate crime

Metropolitan PoliceThis LGBT History month we’re talking to some of the brilliant people from the community who are making a positive difference in our borough. There are some amazing people in Haringey and its diversity and inclusivity is something to be celebrated.

Spurs fans fly the flag for equality

Football fans across the world have spotted the Proud Lilywhites’ flag waving at Tottenham Hotspur matches. Set up three years ago, they were one of the first LGBT+ football supporters’ groups in the UK and now they are leading the way for others.

Chris Paouros is co-chair of the Proud Lilywhites, and one of the founding members. She says:

From charity work to unicorn horns

She’s a lifelong Tottenham resident who’s been hailed a hero for her incredible charity work. And Karen Neill’s LGBT+ fundraising is really turning heads – mainly because it involves a giant, bright unicorn horn, a classic car, rainbow colours and almost 3,000 dazzling gems.