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Plan your Pride

Accessibility and diversity

We want Pride to be a safe space for everyone (Photograph: Lauren Anderson)

We want to make Pride in London accessible for everyone and work hard to make that a reality. We also promote other events, so we ask all organisers to make their events as accessible as possible.

Is the Parade accessible?

We have dedicated volunteer access stewards, a safe space in the Parade and a shuttle bus that runs along the route. If you need accessible parking, we have a small number of free places. There's a viewing platform and wheelchair recharging point Trafalgar Square. Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas.

Is an event for me?

We list certain information for every event to help you decide whether it is for you. This includes whether an event is wheelchair accessible, has BSL interpretation or is assistance dog friendly. It also includes whether an event is family friendly, has gender neutral toilets or welcomes under 18s.

Organisers must explain any restrictions on admission. We do not accept events that exclude trans* or genderqueer people. If an event is men or women only, it must be open to all people who self-define as men or women. We give priority to events aimed at people who are sometimes underrepresented at Pride.

What if I have a bad experience?

We ask all organisers to commit to tackling any prejudice expressed by staff, volunteers, performers and/or members of the public. We expect all events to provide a safe space free from prejudice or discrimination, including but not limited to homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, racism, sexism and ableism.

Please let us know if any events fall short of these standards so we can investigate.

Can I organise an event during Pride?

Yes! If you have an idea for an event, please email us to let us know you're interested. We’ll give you some advice on how to organise it and can put you in touch with others who can help.


Any questions?

Please get in touch if you have any questions about accessibility at Pride.