Below is a list of LGBT+ safe spaces that are now OutREACH Partners. OutREACH Partners promise to keep their workspace free of homophobia and transphobia and are helping us to work towards LGBT+ equality in Cumbria.
If you own a business that is an LGBT+ safe space and would like to be added to our list and be advertised in every issue of Alphabet Soup then please email us for details at email@example.com
Always Another Way, Cumbria Ltd
A not-for-profit community interest company building stronger communities through local projects. They run LGBTQ+ support for 8-24 yr old and their families, Mental Health support, coping skills sessions, sign language classes and more!
Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone 07516319860
A collaborative project between two art loving friends to create high quality pieces of artwork using spray cans, brushes and anything else we can get our hands on.
Border City Roller Derby
BCRD is a friendly, inclusive, all gender, roller derby league based in Carlisle, welcoming people from all backgrounds who would like to learn to skate and play roller derby
Contact: facebook/BorderCityRollers or Email email@example.com
Cambridge Weight Plan
The 1:1 Diet by Cambridge Weight Plan, Cumbria,
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
Carlisle Cult Cinema Club
An alternative to the mainstream, bringing cinematic trash and treasure to all cult film fans.
Contact: Email email@example.com or Phone 07495709792
Carlisle Eden Mind
Carlisle Eden Mind is a local charity, affiliated to Mind, supporting people with mental health problems across the Carlisle and Eden Districts
Contact: www.cemind.org; Facebook/Carlisle Eden Mind; Phone 0300 561 0000; or email firstname.lastname@example.org for mental health support and information
Cumbria Alcohol and Drug Advisory Service (CADAS)
We provide support for individuals, family members and carers – promoting recovery in the community. We also offer free public health information, education and training as part of our preventative strategy.
Phone: 0300 111 4002/Visit: www.cadas.co.uk
Cumbria County Council
The Fairydust Emporium
The Fairydust Emporium in Silloth welcomes you
Contact: Facebook @FairydustHQ booking highly recommended: 016973 31787
We provide free talking therapies for depression and anxiety disorders for adults in Cumbria.
Contact: www.firststepcumbria.nhs.uk or phone 03001239122
The Hangry Lemons
A small market cafe selling hot and cold food and drink
Contact: Facebook/The Hangry Lemons or Visit 50-52 The Market, Scotch Street, Carlisle
Harraby Community Campus
Our new community hub includes – a Café, Bar (event times only), Library, Pennine Way Nursery, Community Centre & Theatre, 3G Sports Pitches & Indoor Sports Arena, Pennine Way Primary School and St Aidan's Nursery.
Contact: www.harrabycommunitycentre.org.uk or visit Harraby Community Campus, Edhill Road, Carlisle
High Sheriff of Cumbria-Marcia Reid Fotheringham
"As High Sheriff, I intend to ensure that my year will be a most memorable one for the entire community of Cumbria."
Katia's LDC driving instructor
Fully qualified female driving instructor, providing a safe and friendly environment for all pupils to achieve their driving ambitions.
Contact: email@example.com or phone 07502411040
Mentoring in Cumbria
Jude Beveridge works with adults and young people helping them to raise their self-esteem, improve mental health and boost confidence
Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 07919 837592
Mike - Dr Beet
Body piercer / not a real doctor.
Contact: Instagram @drbeetpiercer; Phone 01228514115; or visit Immortal Art Studio, Carlisle
Vintage and modern professional singer
Contact: Instagram @misspearlsinger or facebook/MissPearlSinger
Mobile Beauty in Cumbria
Luna is a mobile beauty and holistic therapy service. Relaxation and beauty in the comfort of your own home.
Contact: facebook/sarahlunaholistics or phone 07984245593
Trans Family Carlisle Support Group
Family support group for transgender people and their families.
The leading independent charity in England and Wales for people affected by crime and traumatic events
Contact: Phone 0300 30 30 157 or visit www.victimsupport.org.uk open Monday-Friday 8am-6pm