Lincoln Pride 2022: Parade
The University of Lincoln, the Eleanor Glanville Institute, and the Students’ Union are proudly sponsoring and supporting Lincoln Pride 2022. "We want to welcome everyone to come and take part in the Parade – it is an opportunity to represent the University and Student’s Union, celebrate your pride and be proud of yourself. Pride is a great time to express your identity and to celebrate and support family, friends and colleagues. I hope to see lots of faces from the University and Student’s Union there!", Prof Duncan French, the University’s Senior LGBT+ Champion
Join us and be part of the Lincoln Pride Parade!
The University of Lincoln will be front and centre of the Parade — just behind the NHS and the Lincoln Pride Committee. Everyone is welcome, and we encourage staff and students to join in and to bring their friends and family.
- Date: Saturday 20 August 2022
- Time: 10:30
- Meeting place: Angel Coffee House, on Free School Lane
- Staff, students, friends, and family all welcome!
Get your creativity flowing — create a placard for the Lincoln Pride Parade! Everyone is welcome to join in and get creative!
- Thursday 11 August 2022, 13:00–15:00, Minerva Atrium
- Tuesday 16 August 2022, 15:00–17:00, Minerva Atrium
- Staff, students and their families and friends are all invited
Call for volunteers
We’re looking for volunteers to join us in celebrating Lincoln Pride!
Volunteers will be working in 2-hour slots to either help coordinate the Parade or be on the Information Stall at the Main Event.
All volunteers will be representing the University of Lincoln and Students’ Union, and as such, we would expect them to adhere to our One Community Values always. Volunteers will be briefed about their role when they sign up and also on the day. If you are interested, then please contact us
Accessibility: If you require any reasonable adjustments to take part in the Parade, or to be a volunteer, please email Leila Lamoureux at the Eleanor Glanville Institute
For further information, or if you have any questions, please contact us
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