Leeds Pride Sunday 3rd August

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Join us at The Arch Cafe for a family friendly, relaxed and safe Pride, march with us, or join us for a vigil.

Arch Cafe open 12 noon- 5pm. March with us at 2pm. Join us for a vigil at 4pm.

The Arch café will be open during Leeds Pride as a welcoming venue for LGBTQ people & friends to enjoy a safe & friendly environment during the big day. Families, older people, & anyone who would like an alternative to the gay quarter can join us for a chilled afternoon in the Arch Café. There is an enclosed churchyard where children can play. Coffee, cake, laze outside, or shelter from the rain!

Age UK Leeds will be marching in this year’s Leeds Pride, and invite anyone (regardless of age!) to join us! If you’ve not been to Pride before, don’t know anyone or would just like to join in with some friendly faces, then please join us. Sarah and Adie will meet people on the Leeds Museum steps from 1:45-2pm, identified by wearing Age Uk teeshirts. They will do the full march from Millennium Square to Lower Briggate, and then return to the Arch café for the rest of the afternoon. If you prefer not to walk that far, they will show you where to leave the march after a few hundred yards to join us in the Arch Café.

At 4:00 we will hold a small vigil remembering friends and allies across the world who are unable to enjoy a safe Pride.

Join us before, during or after the march. Make some new friends & enjoy a relaxing, safe afternoon.

We are situated behind Sainbsury’s Headrow, not far from Millennium Sq and metres from the march route. There are a number of disabled car parking spaces located nearby. We have baby changing facilities. Alcohol free zone.