Pride Life has announced today that it will be producing the official 50th Anniversary Commemorative Guide to Pride in London 2022.
The Pride Life official 50th commemorative guide to Pride in London will be free of charge and distributed in airports, railway stations (including Eurostar lounges), bars, clubs, hotels, and LGBT+ friendly venues across London and the rest of the UK.
Christopher Joell-Deshields, Executive Director of Pride in London, has welcomed the partnership saying “We are delighted to be partnering with Pride Life again to publish this year’s commemorative guide. A powerful publication with a long history acting as an important advocate for the LGBT+ community, Pride Life shares our mission of celebrating our community and amplifying our voices.
“We look forward to working with them to produce a truly special issue to commemorate this year’s important 50 year anniversary since the very first pride march in London”
Nigel Robinson, Editor-in-Chief of Pride Life, said: “Pride Life, the largest LGBT+ lifestyle brand and publication, is honoured to be the publishers of the official commemorative guide to this year’s Pride in London, especially on the 50th anniversary of the first Pride in the UK.
“For the best part of two decades, Pride Life has been a leading force in the campaign for LGBT+ inclusion and equality, as well as promoting and celebrating our marvellously diverse and wonderful LGBT+ community.
“Our Pride Life Certificate of Diversity Practices (CODP) is a first-of-its-kind definitive certification awarded only to those individuals and organisations who demonstrate to the LGBT+ community their unswerving commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.”
The official Pride Life 50th commemorative guide to Pride in London will also include advertising and partner promotions. For information on advertising in the official 50th commemorative guide, please contact Steve Sohal email@example.com.
ABOUT PRIDE IN LONDON
Pride in London is a volunteer-led organisation responsible for delivering the capital’s flagship LGBT+ Pride parade and events since 2013. Pride in London’s mission is to promote visibility, unity, and equality in society for all LGBT+ people and allies. We do this by producing LGBT+ Pride events that inspire, celebrate, educate, and commemorate our diverse community.
This year marks 50 years since the UK’s first pride protest march took place in London in 1972. From these small origins, the annual event now welcomes over 1.5 million LGBT+ people and allies onto the streets of London.
For more information, follow @prideinlondon on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok, or visit www.prideinlondon.org.
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