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Gravesham Pride: New Safe Space Business Directory and Karaoke Night on the 2nd of June

today22nd May 2022

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Gravesham Pride is launching a new Safe Space Business Directory at a Pride Fundraising Karaoke night at the Somerset Arms, in Gravesend, Kent, on 2nd June hosted by the Safe Space Ambassador Laura Rose, the Landlady and whom most will know as a longstanding friend and ally of the LGBTQIA+ communities of Gravesham.

The Gravesham Pride’s team of volunteers will be there to talk about Gravesham Pride 2022, Safe Space and answer any questions. They’ll be able to help anyone register to join the march and get tickets to the Pride Party at Fort Gardens.

The Volunteer Coordinator will be there too, to discuss any of the roles currently advertised on the Volunteer pages of the website. Two urgent roles, if you’re interested, are Newsletter writer & Webstore Sales Manager. More information on the Gravesham Pride website.

There’s a growing collection of T-shirts & accessories available from the webstore at shop.graveshampride.uk including the new Premium T-Shirt which comes in sizes up to 5XL. Lots of designs (not just Gravesham Pride merch) like ACESome, Transtastic & Panstastic, with more designs and styles to come.

The Pride is still looking for businesses, clubs and social groups to join this year, both on the march and in the market area. Gravesham Pride would especially like to hear from organisations who might fit into the Life & Wellbeing Zone where pitches are free to anyone who provides services to the LGBTQIA+ communities or works to promote equality, diversity & inclusion.

Gravesham Pride is accepting donations from the just giving page which can be reached via the “Keeping Pride Free section” on the website graveshampride.uk

Written by: GlitterBeam

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