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World AIDS Day 2017

Pride in Plymouth volunteer Kevin Kelland a member of the National Long Term Survivors Group has teamed up with Stoke Damerel Church to host an evening of reflection and awareness. There will be a FREE Buffet and fantastic entertainment from A capella Group and the amazingly talented Gypsy Watkins – All Welcome and together we can end the stigma and isolation.  7pm Friday 1st December 2017 Stoke Damerel Church Paradise

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Transgender Day of Remembrance 2017

Not Alone Plymouth are hosting a Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) event on Monday 20th November 2017 – 6pm Sherwell Church Hall. Transgender Day of Remembrance is a day where we remember those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice. Join the event on Facebook: Share this…

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Plymouth Pride Festival Wins the prestigious City and Waterfront Award for Best Event (under 5000 people)

The Pride in Plymouth team were delighted to have been nominated for this award and absolutely thrilled to have been announced as the winner at a glitzy ceremony held at the Plymouth Crowne Plaza on Thursday 26th October 2017. We would like to thank the person or persons that nominated us and of course the members of the public that voted. Plymouth Pride Festival voted ‘Best Event (under 5000 people) at the City & Waterfront Awards 2017 Pride in Plymouth organised our first Pride in 2012 at Devonport Park utilising the then recently opened new band stand that was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). Since then the festival has grown exponentially each year. In 2011/12 Pride in Plymouth was one of the collaborative partners in the HLF funded

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Vacancy – Project Manager – Closed

Pride in Plymouth welcomes applications for a self-employed Project Manager for the Heritage Lottery funded project: Lesbian Voices of Plymouth- Past and Present This freelance contract will be over a fixed term of 30 months starting from November 2017 and ending in May 2020. The fee of £30000.00 comprises of 1950 hours work over this period (at a rate of approx. £15.38), including any VAT payable. The project aims to capture the voices and lived experience of lesbians who have lived, worked or spent time in Plymouth to complement the existing Plymouth LGBT Archive. Through a series of workshops and events, they will have opportunity to tell their own stories. The project manager will facilitate all aspects of the delivery of this project. The consultant will be required to be

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Lesbian Voices Project Announced

Pride in Plymouth are excited to announce our latest HLF funded project that will gather more stories and history from Lesbians in Plymouth, for inclusion in the existing Plymouth LGBT Community Archive. Watch Pride in Plymouth co-director Jo Lewis being interviewed by The Herald talking about this new history project . ‘Lesbian Voices in Plymouth Past and Present‘ In the interview Jo said: “Lesbians have a double whammy really: women are largely missing from history and I think at the moment that is coming a little bit more to the forefront; there is more awareness that history should reflect the population and the population is half female.“ In 2011/12 Pride in Plymouth was a one of the collaborative partners of the HLF funded ‘Pride in Our Past‘ project that formed the

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