Survey of LGBT sexual health and wellbeing in Kingston
By adam_leone | Monday, January 14, 2013, 15:45
Lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) people living, working or socialising in Kingston are being asked what they think of wellbeing services in the borough.
It's part of the West London Gay Men's Project which is conducting a survey designed to inform and influence the development of local services for LGBT people in the borough.
The online survey will help the borough understand better what services LGBT people need and the type of community projects they would like.
Charlie Parker, Chair of Kingston LGBT Forum said: "I'm delighted that the West London Gay Men's Project are collecting data on the needs of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people in Kingston upon Thames."
"This is our opportunity to feed directly into the planning of local sexual health and wellbeing services and I encourage as many people as possible to get involved."
You can take part in the survey by clicking this link.