Norwich Pride set to return city to rainbow colours

The annual Norwich Pride parade celebrating diversity from Millennium Plain to Chapelfield Gardens

The annual Norwich Pride parade celebrating diversity from Millennium Plain to Chapelfield Gardens passes through Norwich city centre. Photo : Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

Next weekend Norwich will turn the colours of the rainbow as the ninth Norwich Pride returns to the city.

For the first time in its nine year history, Norwich Pride will have a youth section of the parade on July 29 and is pleased to welcome Ruth Hunt, the Chief Executive of Stonewall, to launch the youth parade.

Nick O'Brien from Norwich Pride said: 'Norwich Pride is looking forward to more LGBT+ young people, allies, and their teachers taking part in our parade; helping us to turn Norwich into a rainbow.'

Ruth will be joining the Question Time panel in the Community Tent, Chapelfield Gardens alongside Asifa Lahore the UK's first out Muslim drag queen, Alex Causton-Ronaldson a campaigner for the Terrence Higgins Trust, Lady Phyll from UK Black Pride, and Katy-Jon Went a trans activist and writer.

There will also be a parade from City Hall to Chapelfield Gardens


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