Our LGBTQ+ flag has been waving proudly outside the building throughout all of June in solidarity and support for LGBTQ+ history month, but raising awareness doesn’t have to end there.

We are so proud to have teamed up with Stonewall Cymru and (London) Welsh illustrator Niki Pilkington to show we will always support the LGBTQ+ community.

Niki Pilkington

www.nikipilkington.com • @nikipilkington

Niki has revamped our logo with the energy and power of the pride rainbow. Niki Pilkington is a brilliant Welsh illustrator from Morfa Nefyn who produces playful yet highly detailed *extra neon*, trend inspired, fashion portraits & lifestyle art, which echo her support for empowerment. We feel so lucky to have such a phenomenal Welsh talent create this beacon of inclusivity. We hope that this colourful logo will show our commitment to standing by our community. Diolch Niki.


www.stonewallcymru.org.uk • @stonewallcymru • www.stonewall.org.uk

“At Stonewall, we stand for lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer, questioning and ace (LGBTQ+) people everywhere. We imagine a world where all LGBTQ+ people are free to be ourselves and can live our lives to the full.”

Stonewall have a wealth of resources on a number of topics (listed below). Their presence is strong here in London, throughout the UK and they also offer support in Welsh. Stonewall offer guidance and support to individuals in crisis or organisations looking for training or resources to secure inclusive workplaces for employees.

We feel it’s important to share Stonewalls message and resources to make this information accessible and visible to all in our community.

If you need to reach out to Stonewall Cymru please click here

You can call  FREEPHONE 0800 0502020

Lines are open 9:30 – 4:30 Monday to Friday.

Email at info@stonewall.org.uk

You can also contact LGBT switchboard:

0300 330 0630 Open 10:00-22:00 every day

Click here if you’d like to get involved, donate and support Stonewall.

Salsa Rosada

Salsa Rosada is the longest-running LGBTQ+ salsa class in London and the Centre has been hosting their classes for over 8 years. “After the classes, the socialising continues in the spacious upstairs bar”, where some “incredible friendships have been forged over the years”. We are proud that the Centre is where people can come and express themselves in a safe environment without fear of judgment or prejudice.

If you’d like to shake that booty and join in a fun and friendly Salsa class, please visit the Salsa Rosada Website



A warm Welsh welcome awaits everyone at the Centre. 

by Iddon Jones

Pronouns: He/Him


Stonewall Resources

Here is an important LGBTQ online safety guide that came out recently. This guide aims to empower LGBTQ people and give them the tools to protect themselves online.



Resources for BAME and POC LGBT communities


Coming out

Criminal law

Resources for disabled LGBT people and LGBT people with accessibility needs


Domestic violence and abuse

Resources for LGBT people of faith

Hate crime

Later life

LGBT organisations you should know about

Parenting rights

Partnership rights