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Cambridge Pride 2022 – Everything you need to know

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First of all, save this post: we will update it regularly with all the news from Cambridge Pride 2022.

Cambridge Pride, sponsored by ARU, returns in Jesus Green, Cambridge, on Saturday the 9th of July, after being paused 2 years due to the Covid pandemic.

GlitterBeam is, for the first time, Official Media Partner. Every week organisers and artists will be on air to tell us everything about the fabulous day we are all waiting for.

As confirmed by the Chairman, Paul Hyde-Clarke, during “The Morning Beam”, this year Cambridge Pride will be bigger and better than 2019. There will be a main stage with many performers starting at midday. There will also be a Dance Tent, and a Youth & Families Area where to find lots of activities for everyone. A Wellbeing Area will be available for those who wants to relax and maybe do some Yoga! There will also be a community Art Workshop, so bring your tools and get ready to create!

You can listen to the interview to Paul Hyde-Clark here:

For the first time there will be a Parade in The Park (around 3pm), and everyone is invited to join in!

Here’s the map for the day:

 

Food and Drinks will be provided by an LGBTQ+ History Cafe, a Rooftop Bar and many food and drinks stalls.

We will be there all day and broadcast live since the morning! Our Saturday lineup will be there, along with many of our presenters going around, playing games live on air and giving out GlitterBeam prizes! And you can also visit our table to enter an amazing raffle, to win a fantastic Crystal DAB Radio by I-Box

We will broadcast parts of the main stage performances and tell you live everything happening, so you can enjoy Cambridge Pride wherever you are, and maybe jump in the car and join us!

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