Preston Pride Joining the LGBT Community together.
Bigger Louder Prouder Preston.
Preston Pride 2014
Saturday 27th September
further information to follow
Preston Pride Thank all that came and supported the Red Ribbon Cabaret on Saturday 30th November.
We hope that you had a great time.
Preston Pride wants to thank all the Cast and Crew and Back stage helpers for their dedication on making the evening great. Linda & the Laundrettes and Virgins in Peril made the evening a huge delight to watch.
Preston Pride is looking forward to be giving the Red Ribbon Cabaret that Special Key to the Door when it matures next year and reaches the great age of 21.
A Total of £1054.39 was raised.
Charitable donation to
Disability Equality - £300.00
Renaissance at Drugline Lancashire- £250.00
The remaining will be reinvested back in to Preston Pride for up and coming events so the Preston Pride Committee can continue to support the LGBT community,events and fund next years Preston Pride Celebrations.
Red Ribbon Picture Gallery is now available - Click Here
A huge thanks to all those that took pictures front of house and back stage.
A special thanks goes out to
Mark Leeming from Gigerboy Photography
and Pete for many Great Pictures
Preston Pride 2013 was HOSTED by
Preston Pride's very own double act
Debs & Steve
Guest Speaker at Pride 2013
Sophie Lancaster Foundation
A note from Sophie's mum, Sylvia
Since Sophie's death on August 24th 2007, following the horrific attack on her and her partner Rob in Stubbeylee Park, Bacup, Lancashire, we had lots of kind offers of support and donations. Sophie and Rob dressed in their unique way, expressing their individuality as creative artistic people.
After consulting family and friends, we felt that a charity should be set up in Sophie's name. The charity, known as The Sophie Lancaster Foundation, will focus on creating respect for and understanding of subcultures in our communities.
It will also work in conjunction with politicians and police forces to ensure individuals who are part of subcultures are protected by the law.
Enjoy the website. And please get in touch with us if you have any messages, feedback or questions.
Sophie's photo taken by Robert Maltby.
The Sophie Lancaster Foundation will be having a stall In this years Community Expo, So Pop along and show your support.
We are proud to of brought you the 2nd Preston Pride events and what a Day it was. It was sure Bigger LOUDER and Prouder We have now put Preston on the Pride Calendar and the LGBTQ Map, with holding Preston's 1st Official Preston Pride event on 29th September 2012. Celebrating the Diverse culture within the City of Preston. Joining and uniting the LGBT Community all under one Rainbow. Preston Pride is a community Voluntary group and total run by a Voluntary committee we indent to Keep The Pride Event Community Focused And FREE Fun Packed DAy for all the Family to Enjoy.
Over the Years Preston have held LGBT pride events but all
these have been Un-Official. With Preston holding the Pink
Picnic in Avenham park for "Lancashire Pride" in 2000.
The Preston Pride Committee would like to send out a SPECIAL THANK YOU to all that helped and supported us in the Community Guild Parade On the 7th September 2012 and Shown your Support on the BIG day on the 29th September 2012 WE DID IT .... PRESTON HAS HAD IT!!!! 1st GAY PRIDE.
On the 28th September 2013 the Preston Pride Committee hosted it's 2nd Preston Pride event and what a Day it was, after People's Feed Back from the 2012 event it was made
Bigger LOUDER and Prouder
We have now put Preston on the Pride Calendar and the LGBTQ Map,
Thank you all For making it a day to remember. and supporting us over the Past 2 years.
Here's To many more GAY Years to come
" JoJo O
Hi Y'all I just want to say congratualtions of the launch of the website. I am so looking forward to Preston Pride where I will feel the love and be united with you all. Good luck and thank you for creating something so beautiful! xx "
Pictures From the Preston Pride 2013 will be coming soon
If anyone has any Pictures From the Preston Pride 2013 we would be delighted to publish them on our website.
A message from Peter Tatchell
LGBT human rights campaigner and Director the Peter Tatchell Foundation
"I am sorry that I cannot be with you but I send my solidarity and best wishes to Preston Pride. Have a fabulous event. Keep campaigning for LGBT dignity, respect, acceptance and human rights - in Preston and worldwide. Don't accept homophobia. Dream of a world without anti-LGBT prejudice and discrimination. Help us make homophobia history.