Lunch Positive stages Community Café at Preston Park once again this year as part of Pride25th anniversary celebrations and to raise money for people with HIV.
The café will be in the relocated Community Village close to the Access Tent and Families Area.
Lunch Positive stages its café to raise funds for the charity and to bring an extra dimension to the Community Village at Pride.
This year the café will involve over thirty Lunch Positive volunteers and members and provide a range of affordable hot and cold food, home-made cakes, hot and cold drinks. It’s a relaxed area with plenty of seating, together and volunteers on hand to help people with reduced mobility.
Lunch Positive will also providing free lunches to 200 people who are volunteering on the day for Pride.
Gary Pargeter, Volunteer Project Manager at Lunch Positive: “It’s fantastic that we’re staging our café at Pride again this year. It’s a real privilege to be part of Pride and the newly sited Community Village at Preston Park.
“Pride means so much to us, not only it’s equalities mission and opportunity for our community to stand together, but also its important role in raising funds for the Rainbow Fund. While the Community Cafe is a major annual fundraiser for us, we’re relying more on our own resources to stage our café, freeing up those for Pride to develop its own sustainability. Please come along and get your food and drink from us. Tell your friends and everyone you know who’ll be at Preston Park!”
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