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  • Do You Know It's Disability Pride Month?

    Do You Know It's Disability Pride Month?

    We are part way through Disability Pride Month, an international event that in Britain seems to have escaped many people, including disabled people’s, attention although #Disability Pride is gaining momentum on social media. We’ve joined the conversation with regular #DisabilityPrideMonth messages on Twitter. Happy Disability Pride month everyone.

  • Help Deliver Great Pride in Sheffield

    Help Deliver Great Pride in Sheffield

    Pride in Sheffield was formed in 2019 . Their committee is dedicated to delivering a great Pride for the community, working with local and national LGBTQ+, BAME & Trans community groups, partners and sponsors to organise Pride events all year round. The elections for all their committee roles are now open if you wish to nominate yourself and a Q&A with former committee members it taking place on Thursday 13 Aug over Zoom. Nominations close on 31 August.

  • Pride in Sheffield

    There is a new Pride committee elected by the community to deliver Pride in 2019 for the community in Sheffield. The Pride committee is setting up an ‘action group’ that will look at making Pride the most accessible and inclusive yet. To this end they are recruiting disabled people from the LGBT + community to be part of the action group.

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