FFLAG (Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) is a UK voluntary organisation and a charity offering support and information. Has a good selection of resources including advice for those wanting to come out. Also has an extensive list of links to other gay-related websites.
GALHA (Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association) provides a voice for the many non-religious members of the lesbian and gay community in the UK and elsewhere. It promotes a rational humanist approach to homosexuality, and to lesbian, gay and bisexual rights as human rights.
Equity and Justice for Lesbians, Gay Men and Bisexuals. Probably renown for it's campaigning and lobbying, Stonewall's site consists of gay news and campaigning information.
Offers services, support and advice. Gives practical advice concerning HIV/AIDS and sexual health, as well as general gay related information and support for young people.
Has lots of information on research in the areas of HIV and sexual health.
UK based drug and addiction advice service.
A comprehensive list of the most dangerous to the safest countries to travel to as an LGBT+ person. Lists rights in these countries including legality, worker protections, adoption recognition and right to marry.
The Disability Service The Disability Service provides support for a range of abilities, academically and when living on campus. If you have stated that you have a disability on your UCAS application they will have contacted you.
Disability Access Plans The University provides DAPs (disability access plans) which are to make adjustments for your academic requirements.
Alternative Exam Arrangements For anyone who requires different conditions to complete exams with ease.
DSA Guide A guide and support for the DSA application process.
Enable Bath University’s student run support group, for disabled people/condition which affects daily life and allies.
Regard National LGBT+ disabled support and campaigns network, aiming to increase awareness, inform, and combat social isolation for LGBT+ disabled people.
A guide to trans-related support services and policy at the University of Bath.
A helpline ran by Mind Bristol, open on Monday and Friday from 8pm-midnight. Call them to chat to a volunteer - whether you're trans yourself or want support helping a friend/family member.
An intelligent and fairly comprehensive wiki that covers many trans issues from identities and the transition process to how the law affects trans rights in the UK.
A site containing the booklets that are given to trans patients and their doctors on the NHS, as well as containing a copy of the WPATH Standards of Care.
A guide primarily aimed at those who have recently discovered that someone close to them is intending to transition in some way, though the information would be beneficial to people in general.
A news website with up to date information on the bi community.
What it says on the link, really.