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Applications to run London’s Pride events open to LGBTQ+ community organisations

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Applications to run London’s Pride events from 2023 until 2027 have officially opened, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has confirmed.

Up to £625,000 can be applied for, with City Hall’s funding supporting both the planning and delivery of the parade and march, as well as the celebrations in Trafalgar Square.

An advisory group made up of representatives from LGBTQ+ community organisations helped to develop the terms of the funding package. “I’m delighted to invite LGBTQI+ community organisations to deliver the capital’s Pride celebrations for the next five years,” the Mayor said. “More than 1m people gathered in our capital earlier this month in an incredible show of solidarity and celebration, as we marked the 50th anniversary of London’s first Pride march. “Pride has had a huge impact on our society over the last five decades and this funding will help start a new era.

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