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Nottinghamshire Pride 2021

Hockley, Nottingham
Nottinghamshire Pride

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Nottinghamshire Pride
Saturday 11 September
Nottingham City Centre
​​​Free event

Starts 10am for departure at 11

With a colourful parade, live music, and inspiring speeches and performances; come along and celebrate Nottinghamshire Pride! Nottingham's streets will come to life with a rainbow of colour, vibrant music and dancing.

The parade will commence from Albert Street by St Peters Church but experience says that the march will reach back to Castle Gate and Lister Gate. This is a tried and tested muster point.

People are asked to begin to gather from 10.00am to start at 11:01am.

There will be 2 marching bands, Nottingham School of Samba and Can Samba. The Nottingham School of Samba will front the March and set the pace. Followed behind them will be the Notts Pride Committee with the Pride flag. 

The march will progress from Albert Street past St Peters Church and progress onto Wheeler Gate, up Beast Market Hill, then cross onto Long Row. Next, the march will proceed to the right of Long Row onto Pelham Street and cross Carlton Street, then move slowly up Pelham Street to allow people to enjoy the experience.

The march will finally turn left on to onto Old Lenton Street, then turn right onto Broad Street and will end at this point. It is intended that the march will end at 12.00.

This year, Notts Pride is a peaceful protest march to highlight the continuing fight for equality for underrepresented people within the community. Once the march has ended people, will disperse and go about their own business. Venues in the area are expected to hold their own Pride celebrations and while info will be shared on Social Media, they are not organised or affiliated with Nottinghamshire Pride

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