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Friendly Accessible Network (FAN)

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Groups, Clubs And Activities
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FAN is an innovation as much as it is an aspiration.

We want to get people together, build common interests and develop accessible networks. We aim to do this in ways that maximizes the potential for social capital and innovation within the community, by the community and for the community. FAN is improving lives. It’s identifying and positively addressing a recognised local issue within a community, strengthening those community ties and identity. We’re building on learning lessons from collaboration, cohesion, equality and community principles.

FAN is completely volunteer run, and relies on the community to help develop its ideas and plan and deliver its activities. The group formed in August 2011. At the time, there seemed to be a lack of activities that would not only help bring the LGBT community together, but also show that we are vibrant and active members of the wider community as well.
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Age range:
18 years - 99 years
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Eligibility criteria:
  • Lgbt
Referral route:
  • Self Referral
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