Region’s Businesses Show Pride In Their Workplace As Trailblazing Initiative Launched


REGION’S BUSINESSES SHOW PRIDE IN THEIR WORKPLACE AS TRAILBLAZING INITIATIVE LAUNCHED Businesses, collectively representing thousands of regional employees, joined LCR Pride Foundation, the Liverpool City Region’s LGBT+ charity last night to get a first preview of their new initiative, LCR Proud Workplaces. The trailblazing programme is aimed at employers in Liverpool City Region that aspire […]

Fighting With Pride Flies The Flag For Veterans On LGBT+ History Month

Liverpool’s HMS Eaglet will host a special Veteran’s Pride event this month celebrating the service of LGBT+ veterans and serving personnel in the UK’s Armed Forces. In a first event of its kind, Veterans Pride will take place during LGBT history month on Saturday 10th February and has been created and organised by a team of partner military charities […]

Statement: Brianna Ghey’s Killers Sentenced

Andi Herring, CEO of LCR Pride Foundation, said: “The murder of Brianna Ghey horrified both those within the LGBT+ community and beyond. Brianna was just a young girl and had her whole life ahead of her. Although we are thankful her killers have been brought to justice, our thoughts go out to her family, friends […]

LGBTQ+ History Month returns to National Museums Liverpool

This February, National Museums Liverpool (NML) are marking LGBTQ+ History Month with a range of events, activities and new online content – exploring the untold stories of LGBTQ+ people across the Liverpool City Region and beyond. With events ranging from panel discussions on the art of drag, to family pantomime with the fabulous Mama G, […]

LGBT+ Holocaust Victims Remembered

This week marks 79 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. However, for LGBT+ survivors, liberation did not begin in 1945. As the Allies freed thousands of concentration camp prisoners, some members of the community were forced back into prison.  For many decades, the experiences of LGBT+ prisoners were completely erased from history and […]

Major Partnership Announced to Support LGBT+ People Across Liverpool City Region

LCR Pride Foundation, the region’s LGBT+ charity, has unveiled a major three-year partnership with long standing supporter Barclays. Barclays have supported the LCR Pride Foundation since it was established in 2019, initially as Headline Sponsor for Pride in Liverpool and continuing that support through the difficulties posed by COVID19, where working together funds were used […]

Liverpool City Region long-listed For 2030 Gay Games XIII

  Liverpool City Region named as one of 25 cities potentially hosting the 2030 Gay Games XIII The Federation of Gay Games (FGG) announced today the results of the first phase of bidding for Gay Games XIII. 25 cities on 6 continents expressed an interest in bidding by submitting an official response to the FGG’s […]


Some of Liverpool’s most iconic venues set the stage for a huge Black Arts festival in the city, showcasing award-winning artists such as YolanDa Brown OBE DL. BlackFest 2023 will feature live music, theatre, film, spoken word, visual arts, fashion and more — with an exciting programme of Black Arts celebrating, centring and representing cultural […]

App to support LGBTQ+ people living with dementia

House of Memories and Switchboard to create app for LGBTQ+ people living with dementia National Museums Liverpool’s award-winning dementia programme House of Memories will work with Brighton and Hove LGBT+ Switchboard to create an app to support people living with dementia in the LGBTQ+ community. Funded by Alzheimer Research UK’s Inspire Fund, House of Memories […]

20,000 “March with Pride” in Liverpool

Record numbers “March with Pride” in Liverpool  Liverpool was ‘a city full of pride’ on Saturday 29th July, as an estimated 20,000 people joined the 2023 “March with Pride” from St George’s Hall to Pier Head alongside thousands of spectators lining the streets. Continuing the city’s Eurovision legacy and solidarity with Ukraine, the annual “March with […]