George Eustice MP recently took the time to visit Safe Haven – Cornwall, near Camborne, a local Charitable organisation who provide support for people involved within the transgender/non-binary community.
Safe Haven, which was started just under four years ago, is a safe private venue for people to socialise, make friends, laugh and simply be themselves in a fearless environment. They run a number of support groups focusing on different areas designed to provide support not just for the individual but also for their partners and families. Safe Haven has enjoyed considerable success in recent years gaining national recognition as finalists in the Community Organisation Award for LGBT at the National Diversity Awards. Currently, they are working as part of the campaign to support reforms to the Gender Recognition Act.
George Eustice said, “Safe Haven are a good local organisation providing help and support to the trans and LGBTQ community. It’s great that there are a number of different support groups aimed at tackling the issues which transgender/non-binary people face, and I would like to congratulate them on their achievements and hard work that they do in supporting the local community.”