Schoolchildren in Birmingham have been taking part in workshops to celebrate LGBT History Month with Elly Barnes (includes video footage from ITV News)
IoS Pink List 2013 – Elly Barnes, Tony Fenwick and Sue Sanders all feature.
According to the Independent on Sunday today: “When the first Pink List was published in 2000, it was essentially a list of 50 influential people who were brave enough to be “out”. This year we received more than 1,300 nominations and had to reduce thousands of potential contenders to just 101. The judges decided that a Pink List contender can no longer simply be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender and famous. They need to make a difference.”