Nottinghamshire Pride 2024

Hockley, Nottingham
Nottinghamshire Pride


Saturday 27th July | 2024
Nottingham City Centre
FREE event

Notts Pride is a registered charity and are run entirely by volunteers. They organise the East Midlands’ biggest and all-embracing free Pride event, which takes place on the last Saturday of July.

They are here to celebrate Nottinghamshire’s vibrant LGBTQ+ community and ensure queer voices are heard.

More details to follow soon.

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Nottinghamshire Pride 2024 (27 July 2024)

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