Ten years of Exeter Pride

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in #ProudofDPT, News on 9th May, 2018

Exeter Pride is Devon’s biggest celebration of LGBTQ+ communities and this year is the 10th anniversary, with the main event taking place on Saturday May 12.

The Pride Parade March will start at Sidwell Street at 12pm (assemble at 11.30am at St Sidwell’s Centre) and make its way along Sidwell Street, High Street and Queen Street before ending at Northernhay Gardens.

There will be live music, workshops, market stalls, panel debates, film screenings and more. To view the programme and find out more information about the free and the ticketed events throughout the day, visit the Exeter Pride website, or pick up a free copy of the programme on the day from any of the Exeter Pride stalls or information points in Exeter Phoenix or Northernhay Gardens.

To mark the opening of the 10th Exeter Pride, Devon County Council will be raising its Rainbow Flag on Friday May 11 and taking part in the Pride Parade. Laura Hobbs, Head of CQC Compliance and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion will be attending the event to represent the Trust.

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