posted by: Emily Lockey
Proud2Be are an LGBTQ+ support organisation however, their sexual health services are open to all young people regardless of sexual orientation and gender.
Proud2Be ask that when you visit, please bring and wear face masks unless exempt, keep at least 1 metre distance, preferably 2 metres and to please keep good hand hygiene. All visitors temperature will be taken at the door.
All attendees must mark their presence down on the sign in sheet.
Do bring your own refreshments if needed.
Chlamydia testing kits on site, pregnancy tests also available.
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