We produce materials to support and represent Gypsies and Travellers.

London Gypsies and Travellers has published a wide range of submissions and reports which represent the voice of Gypsies and Travellers in policy decisions affecting their lives. We also produce publications, videos and online tools which support Travellers and Gypsies with information and advice.

Campaign materials

We are all so many things...

Grandmother Weareallsomanythings

London Gypsies and Travellers has launched a poster and social media campaign, drawing attention to the stereotyping that defines, limits and discriminates against people from the community.

It aims to challenge public perceptions of Gypsies and Travellers by asking why people only ever see their ethnicity, not their worth.

Here you can download materials to support our campaign. There are posters and postcards to download, print, distribute and put up in public places. And there are images to download for use in social media.

To find out more about the campaign, read our press release.

Practical guides


Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013: how to apply for your scrap collectors licence

A step-by-step guide to the Scrap Collector and Scrap Metal Dealer licencing requirements.

How to become self-employed

A short animated film describing the steps to take to becoming self employed, commissioned by and for the Gypsy and Traveller community.

Submission and Reports

Annual Reports

Community, health and poverty


Planning and housing

The London Plan

Videos and DVDs



Going Home

A group of young families in Hackney have come together in order to continue their traditional way of life and create a positive future for their families. DVD available at £10 from

Getting Out

A film about LGT’s youth work with Irish Travellers. DVD available at £10 from

Practical guides

London mapping

LGT has embarked on a major project to collect and reveal information about London’s Gypsy and Traveller communities. Working with the data analysis organisation Mapping for Change, and funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Aziz Foundation, it is compiling information about the inequalities, experience and contributions of Gypsies and Travellers across the capital.

The project, called Mapping the Pathway to Equality, is building a detailed evidence base about the size of the Gypsy and Traveller community in London and the accommodation and work issues faced. LGT will use this information to ensure that borough and London plans and strategies take into account and respond to the needs of the Gypsy and Traveller community.

You can download more information about the project here, along with mapping work already completed on accommodation and work.

Download the mapping project brief

Download accommodation maps

Download work maps


Community map

Community map screenshotThe LGT Community Map supports Gypsies and Travellers in London to explore and share their experiences of using local services – for example, those related to housing, sites, employment, health and education.

The interactive map allows you to chart your experiences – but also to find out other people have discovered about services available for Gypsies and Travellers. The Community Map is part of LGT’s London Mapping Project, run with Mapping for Change.

Go to the LGT Community Map introduction page


Our listing of organisations and websites provides pointers to other sources of information and support for Gypsies and Travellers. A comprehensive listing of specialist services for Gypsies and Travellers is also provided on the Travellers’ Times website.