We are now running our Gender Identity Family Days online using Zoom

Exciting news! We are working alongside Manchester LGBT Foundation to explore our community opinions on how coronavirus has impacted LGBT+ people across the South West.

The Intercom Trust has been working hard to ensure that, during this time, there is as little disruption to our services as possible and that we continue to be available to those that need to contact us.

27 March 2020

Look after youself

The coronavirus is having a huge effect on the way we live. Many of us are unable to stay connected in ways we usually would and it is understandable that this is affecting people's health and wellbeing.

Following the Government’s announcement this week with regards the covid-19 pandemic, we will be ensuring we play our part in reducing the risk of the virus spreading – as well as maintaining the health and safety of our staff team and the people we support. From today (19th March 2020) everyone at Intercom will be working remotely.

13 February 2020


LGBT+ Practitioner

Laura joined Intercom in February 2020. She is part of the team that works throughout Devon and is based in our Exeter office.

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Pronouns: she / her / hers

13 February 2020

Welcome to Laura

There's a new member of the Intercom team. We are really happy to have Laura Harp joining Intercom Trust, working across Devon as part of the Help, Support and Advocacy team.

We wish her all the best.

28 January 2020

Joe McFadden

A massive thank you to Joe McFadden

Our next Lost in Transition Conference is being held in Barnstaple on 23rd March 2020

17 January 2020

Simon Hill

Simon has been a Trustee of The Intercom Trust since 2018 and Chair of Trustees since 2020. He has a background in policing, including specialising in Major Crime  Investigation and in Equality, Diversity, and Human Rights, he has qualifications in managing equality and diversity as well as in delivering training,  however he is now a Director of his own property development company. He has had, or has board or management roles with the following organisations; Gay Police Association, Gay Outdoor Club, Cornwall Race Equality Council, Cornwall Equality and Diversity Network, and LGBTQ Youth Cornwall which set up Young and Yourself Cornwall in 2008. YAY groups are now part of Intercom Trust and take place in The Cornwall LGBTQ Community Centre and in Schools across Cornwall. Simon regularly delivers training in schools to young people on LGBT Awareness and at our conferences as well as other training to a variety of audiences including, teachers, police, social workers, doctors on Equality, Diversity & Human Rights, Hate Crimes and Incidents and LGBTQ Awareness. Simon is a regular host of an LGBTQ+ radio show, Rainbow Source on The Source Community Radio Station with his husband, Steve.