Memorial Service for Arthur Law

Switchboard are so saddened to hear the news about Arthur Law death. Arthur was actively involved with Switchboard in the late 1990s and the legacy of his work lives on today through the various projects exist within the LGBTQ sector in Brighton and Hove.

A memorial service is being organised by the LGBTQ Community to celebrate Arthur’s life and the difference that he made in the City.

The service will take place on Sunday July 15 at St Georges Church, Kemptown at 3pm.

Daniel Cheesman, CEO Switchboard, says: “Arthur’s contribution to the LGBT+ communities in Brighton & Hove was exceptional and he had a significant role to play with Switchboard, or Gay & Lesbian Switchboard as it was known at the time of his involvement. Arthur was linked to Switchboard in the late 1990s and the legacy of his work with Switchboard, and later Spectrum, lives on through the various LGBT+ organisations in the city today, including Switchboard’s Health & Inclusion Project (HIP). We’re so grateful to Arthur for his work and dedication.”

You can read more about Arthur’s work and contribution to the LGBTQ community in this months G-Scene, with more information about the memorial service here.