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New Era Domestic Abuse Victim Services

New Era aims to end relationship abuse across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent by providing independent support for victims and perpetrators. Specialist support is available for LGBT+ people and others

Angie Boote Retrospective

Angie Boote with some of her art

Angie was a stalwart member of our group who sadly passed away in October 2022. This exhibition, staged by B-Arts, will display a collection of Angie’s art in celebration of her creative talent

Potboiler – Gay Stoke

In GAY STOKE local theatre group Potboiler is embarking on a journey with older LGBTQ+ people from Stoke-on-Trent to discover and re-tell local stories of gay life…

Who Is Molly Leigh

Through immersive music & storytelling, we will explore local history from the perspective of women and those excluded by society for being ‘different’ to find out, Who Is Molly Leigh?

Community Health Champions Report 2023

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Our Community Health Champions Report 2023 summarises members feedback and case studies for our highly successful involvement in the Community Health Champions initiative.

Deaf Awareness

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By learning basic signs, you can communicate with deaf people around you, such as deaf colleagues, family or friends.  If you’re interested in learning some basic British Sign Language (BSL) from home – here are some free resources!

Winter Preparedness

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With colder weather fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how to stay safe and well this winter period. VAST and Support Staffordshire have created this Winter Preparedness Guide with top tips. 

Get Help With Digital Skills

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We work in partnership with The Beth Johnson Foundation to offer access to a “Tea and Tech Drop-in” where you can get support to learn basic digital skills including setting up or using your own devices. Find out more including dates of upcoming sessions…

FREE HIV Self Tests

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Many people who have HIV do not know that they have it. To help prevent the spread of HIV, Staffordshire Sexual Health Charity (SSHC) are offering free self-testing kits.

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