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The march is completely free to join and Individuals, groups and organisations are invited to take part
The Liverpool Pride March 2012, in association with Homes for Everyone.
With even more participants than the Queen's Jubilee Pageant expected to take part, the ‘Nautical but Nice’ themed flotilla will journey through the centre of Liverpool as part of the city’s third annual official celebration of all things LGBT, to be held on Saturday 4 August.
The March will leave William Brown Street at 12pm, with participants asked to gather from 11am. It will then process along Lime Street before taking in Queen Square Bus Station and Whitechapel; from here, the March will make its way along Lord Street and North John Street before turning down James Street, crossing The Strand over Mann Island and ending in front of the main stage at the Pier Head, where the afternoon’s rally and entertainment will begin.
All times approximate.
The Liverpool Pride March is a zero-emission, vehicle free march. No motorised vehicles (other than those required by people with disablities) will be permitted to take part in our March. Any vehicle will be turned away. Due to loud noises and crowd movements - horses etc. are also not permitted.
We would like to remind all participants that there are a small number of protesters who attend Liverpool Pride (and many other prides) to protest because of their strongly held beliefs that being LGBT is wrong or immoral. Liverpool Pride acknowledges the right to protest and strongly discourages any abusive language or conduct towards protesters.