The Pink Triangle Trust

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Finding your way around

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This site has been tested using nsgmls for conformance with XHTML 1.1. It uses web-safe colours, no animated graphics, no JavaScript for navigation, and no frames.

All pages of this site are in English. Unfortunately we do not have the resources to translate and maintain the information in other languages. However, if you are fluent in another language and want to volunteer to translate some of the material, please let us know.

Apart from language, if you have any difficulty in accessing any part of this site, please let us know.


Links between pages on this site should always work. Links to other sites, especially to individual pages, may break from time to time as sites close down or change their addresses. If you find any out-of-date or broken links, please let us know and we will correct or remove them.

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Created : Sunday, 1997-12-21 / Last updated : Monday, 2007-12-17
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