If you can't get to pride - Pride will come to you.

If you can’t get to pride – Pride will come to you.

Organisers of have created an ingenious way of ensuring anybody and everybody who wants to get involved with a pride in their county, but can’t make to one central location, can now do so, because this pride is going on tour (and there’ll be drag queens – squeal!) It’s been called a pop-up pride and a flash pride.

The tour bus will be stopping off in 11 different locations on one day, the 23rd June. The stop offs include: Wadebridge 10:05 AM, Launceston 11.15 AM, Bodmin 12:35 PM, St Austell 13:55 PM, Truro 15:15 PM, Falmouth 16:30 PM, Heartlands 17:55 PM, Hayle 18:55 PM, Marazion 19:40 PM, Penzance 20:15 PM,  Newquay 21:55 PM.

10.05 Wadebridge – Camel Trail nr. Lidl
11.15 Launceston – Launceston Castle
12.35 Bodmin – Town Council Court
13.55 St Austell – White River Place nr. the Cinema
15.15 Truro – Outside Hall for Cornwall
16.30 Falmouth – Prince of Wales Pier
17.55 Pool – Heartlands, outside the engine house nr. Red River Cafe
18.55 Hayle – Penpol Creak. Park outside Spar
19.40 Marazion – The Station House
20.15 Penzance – Harbour
21.55 Newquay – Killacourt

The event is being called, Come Out For Cornwall and will take place on Saturday 23rd June 2018 and will be a celebration of being proud to be you as we travel throughout Cornwall in our ‘Pride Bus for the day’, visiting most of the major towns to spread the word about Pride and what it means as well as enforcing the message that Cornwall is an inclusive and accepting place to live work and visit, no matter who you are. To find out more click here.


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