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Pride in Liverpool returns with new location for 2022

Pride in Liverpool is back and is relocating to the city’s waterfront for 2022.

The annual event, which this year takes place on Saturday, July 30, will be held at the Pier Head rather than its previous home in Tithebarn Street which is due to undergo roadworks.

Pride is returning after a two-year postponement due to the Covid pandemic.

The March for Pride, which always attracts thousands of people, will start at St George’s Plateau as usual but will follow a different route through the city centre.

Andi Herring, chief executive and co-founder of LCR Pride Foundation said: “While a change in site so late in the planning stages is never ideal, the safety of those attending and working at the festival is paramount.

“We have a dedicated team of event professionals, suppliers and traders who have been working tirelessly to ensure that we are able to come together at the new site for the celebration that our community deserves and has been eagerly anticipating.

“Despite the change in location the event remains completely free, and we’re sure that Pride In Liverpool at Pier Head will be worth the wait.

“We’re also continuing to work and support businesses in Liverpool's Pride Quarter and across the city with their plans for the day.”

Pride in Liverpool takes place on July 30. More details from the website HERE

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