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March Information 2022

Our FREE Pride March is something that is possibly the only thing that we have in common with every Pride event across the world and we hope it will be one of the many highlights of our brand-new event.

​We are also looking for the following volunteers to help on the march:

​Placard holders: This is a very important role within the march. Over 70 countries in the world have anti LGBTQ+ laws.

We would like to have each country on a placard with the punishment for being LGBTQ+.

This will be a silent and solemn part of the march to highlight the injustices in the world against the LGBTQ+ community.

We will be running a placard making workshop in advance of the march, so please keep an eye on the events page for this.

​Take Part

​Thank you for your interest in wanting to take part in our Pride march on Saturday 11th June 2022.

This is a great opportunity to promote your business, show your support for the LGBTQ+ community, and have fun.

We are also keen to point out that the march is about fighting the injustices against LGBTQ+ people both at home and around the world.

We recommend for you to make the most of this opportunity, promote your participation beforehand over social media use the hash tag #PeoplesPrideSouthampton and #ProudToBeDifferent to get the maximum impact.

We encourage you to use any promotional material you have such as vouchers, leaflets, etc. to give to the crowds on the day.

March Fees

​​None; everyone can and should be able to march in the push for equal human rights for all, it’s not acceptable to charge.

So with us, it is and ALWAYS will be FREE to all to march in our march, we want to encourage you to show your support for the LGBTQ+ community!

To take part in our march, all you need to do is turn up at 11:00 am (or before) on June 11th 2022 at Palmerston Park, Southampton, SO14 1LL.

The march leaves at 11:15 am sharp.

People's Pride Southampton

Proud to be at the heart of Southampton’s LGBTQ+ community