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Isle of Wight Pride’s new logo ‘rocks’

Graham Robson December 22, 2023

A new logo has been designed to reflect a greater diversity within Isle of Wight’s LGBTQ+ communities, whilst representing its unique connections to the Island. The new logo, which will help to establish and develop the charity‚Äôs identity, will be used on all future communications and merchandise. Created by local designer Shaun Cuff, the logo […]

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Pride

Isle of Wight Pride returns this month to champion the importance of equality and diversity

Graham Robson August 2, 2023

Events start on Friday, August 18 with the Pride Launch Party from 5 – 9pm featuring Cherry Liquor and Dawn the Drag Queen, DJ host Boom Party Live, and a variety of food and drink including the newly launched IW Pride Cocktail.

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Community

Isle of Wight Pride seeks new trustees!

Graham Robson September 19, 2020

Isle of Wight Pride seeks new members of the community to join their board of trustees to help shape the future of the charity and ensure that they continue to meet their objectives.

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Business News

Miss Jason reveals date of Isle of Wight Pride 2021

July 20, 2020

Miss Jason makes a special visit to the Isle of Wight to announce next year’s Isle of Wight Pride will take place on Saturday, July 17, 2021.

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Community News

PICTURE DIARIES: A day at IOW Pride with Miss Jason

Tyrone Darling July 27, 2019

Isle of Wight (IOW) Pride had never seen anything quite like it! After hosting the crossing from the mainland for Hovertravel, Miss Jason was released on an unsuspecting public attending Isle of Wight Pride. Photographer Tyrone Darling captured the results.

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Community News

Pride icon hosts Hovertravel crossing to Isle of Wight Pride 

Besi Besemar July 12, 2019

Award winning drag queen Miss Jason will strut her stuff entertaining the crowds at Hovertravel’s Southsea terminal on Saturday, July 20 at the start of Isle of Wight Pride.

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Arts

Island Pride features on BBC South documentary ‘Inside Out’

Besi Besemar September 13, 2018

This year, the Isle of Wight hosted the annual UK Pride extravaganza, beating off competitors from cities and towns across the country. During one of the hottest summers on record, organisers worked hard to transform the seaside town of Ryde, stage the huge Pride parade, create the biggest Pride flag ever and host a 15,000 strong party on the beach.

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