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RSPCA Cymru to march at Pride Cymru in Cardiff

Gary Hart August 23, 2019

RSPCA Cymru will march at this weekend’s Pride Cymru in a show of strength against intolerance – while highlighting the prejudice four types of dogs still face under discriminatory UK law.

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Pride Cymru 2018 – Cardiff Pride in pictures

August 31, 2018

Eric Page goes home to Wales to enjoy the The Big Weekend and celebrate Pride Cymru 2018. Huge crows attended the nineteenth annual Pride Cymru event on City Hall Lawns in Cardiff over the weekend of August 24-26 with ten thousand people taking part in the mile long parade.

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Six Prides bid to host UK Pride 2018

Besi Besemar October 2, 2017

As the LGBT+ Pride season draws to a close in the UK, six Pride organisations have thrown their hat into the ring to host UK Pride in 2018. The first UK Pride took place at Pride in Hull in July 2017 attracting visitors to the city from across the UK.

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Pride Cymru 2017 – colourful, brilliant and proud!

August 30, 2017

As a Welsh Gay man, returning home for this superb, fun, engaging LGBTQ Pride event, I felt truly proud to see my county and capital city embracing LGBTQ folk and rights in such a passionate, friendly and authentic way. What a great BIG weekend and what a welcome from the Cardiff gay boyo’s.

Balchder yn Hapus & Cymru am byth!

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Pride Cymru moves to August Bank Holiday Weekend in 2017

Besi Besemar December 27, 2016

PRIDE Cymru next year will run over three days in a new location at Cardiff Civic Centre over the 2017 August Bank Holiday Weekend. Pride Cymru’s Big Weekend 2017 will be a mega-mashup of Pride and Cardiff’s Big Weekend which was last held in 2011.

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Green leaders to attend Pride Cymru in Cardiff

Gary Hart August 12, 2016

Wales Green Party Leader and Deputy Leader Alice Hooker-Stroud and Hannah Pudner will be joined by the party’s two deputy leaders, Amelia Womack and Shahrar Ali, at Pride Cymru this weekend as the Wales Green Party’s LGBTIQ+ group launches a campaign to recognise non-binary genders.

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