Children & Young People

Allsorts supports young people under the age of 26 who is LGBT or unsure of their gender identity and/or sexual orientation.

Youth Groups & Activities

You will not be able to attend any of our groups without having had an introductory meeting with one of our LGBT+ youth support workers.


Aged 16-25?

Two groups available for LGBTU young people aged 16-25.

Aged 11- 15?

Fortnightly group called TAG offering a safe space for LGBTU young people aged 11-15.

Aged 5-11?

Monthly group offering a safe space for trans and gender questioning children of primary school age.

West Sussex Service

Allsorts Youth Project now have youth groups in Horsham, Chichester & Worthing!

Talk it Out

Emotional Support service for LGBTU children & young people (5-25) wanting support with their emotional wellbeing

Open Minds

Popular monthly group during Drop In providing mental health support and well-being activities.

a creative and safe space
We're lucky enough to have an entire building to ourselves when we run our groups. The largest room in the building, or "main space" as we call it, is where you can just hang out and chat, or get involved in one of the activities on offer.

There's also a kitchen where you can make a cuppa and get some food, an outside courtyard, non-gendered toilets, separate rooms if you need to speak to one of our LGBT youth support workers, and a quiet space if you just want to sit and read, play a game or need a bit of calm!
Allsorts Youth Project Ltd © is registered charity in England & Wales and regulated by the Charity Commission under number 1123014 and a Company Limited by Guarantee under number 04154118. Registered office address: 69 Ship Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1AE.