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Come Together

City Region to ‘Come Together’ as in-person Pride celebrations return

by Alison Cornmell

After two years without in-person Pride celebrations in the city region, LCR Pride Foundation has revealed its new annual theme for 2022/23 – Come Together.

The annual theme, celebrates the return of the charity’s flagship event Pride in Liverpool (30th July) and the annual March with Pride on the same date. In keeping with the theme’s ethos of togetherness and collaboration, LCR Pride Foundation is also supporting events in other parts of the region, including St Helens Pride (2nd July) and Pride at the Seaside (27th August), a brand new event in New Brighton, Wirral.

LCR Pride Foundation’s Film With Pride will also return under the “Come Together” banner, as will the LCR Pride Awards, whose inaugural ceremony took place in 2019.

For more information on our theme, events, initiatives and organisational activities visit https://lcrpride.co.uk

About LCR Pride Foundation

LCR Pride Foundation was established in 2019 with the aim of making the Liverpool City Region the most LGBT+ friendly region in the UK.

The organisation champions the rights of LGBT+ people living in and visiting the region. It fights to highlight the daily barriers they face and create an inclusive culture for all to enjoy and participate in, through a diverse programme of events, initiatives and campaigns.

For more information visit www.lcrpride.co.uk