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Nottinghamshire Pride is a registered charity in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England. It organises an annual pride festival with the same name, held within the city of Nottingham. The event usually takes place during July. The charity has stated that "the purpose of Pride is to provide a safe focal point to bring together our community to celebrate our diversity and a sense of pride which for some people may be difficult in everyday life, due to prejudice and injustice."
The event usually consists of a day-long celebration, including a parade, stalls, art, music and other activities.
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The first Nottinghamshire Pride festival was held in 1999.
Pride 2009 took place on 25 July in the Nottingham Arboretum.
Pride 2010 took place on 31 July on the Forest Recreation Ground. It was officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Brian Grocock, and the event was headlined by The Cheeky Girls, with other acts including Kenelis, Lisa Scott-Lee and Betty.
In 2018 Pride was held on Saturday 28 July in the city centre of Nottingham. The parade included many live events by various individuals, stalls, art and music, along with a pride parade that took place at 11 am. The parade began at Lister Gate and finished at Broad Street.
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In 2019 Nottinghamshire Pride will be held between 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Saturday 27 July in Nottingham city centre. It will feature the annual Pride March starting outside the local Marks and Spencer shop.
- Charity Commission. Nottinghamshire Pride, registered charity no. 1115541.
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- "It's in Nottingham: Pride". www.visit-nottinghamshire.co.uk. 2018.[permanent dead link]
- "Nottinghamshire Pride sponsors".
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