Worcestershire celebrates first ever pride as hundreds attend colourful festival

Hundreds of people attended the first ever pride in Worcester yesterday – with the proceedings kicked off by the city’s Mayor, Steve Mackay.

Worcestershire celebrates first ever pride as hundreds attend colourful festival

Scores of people enjoyed a day of festivities, colour and music in the city of Worcester yesterday – as the city celebrated its first ever Worcestershire Pride.

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The event kicked off with a speech from Mayor Steve Mackay at Midday and continued until 8 PM with performances from X Factor’s Freddy Parker and Ginny Lemon.

The mainstage show was hosted by the fabulous Princx and joined on stage by Woofy Powder.

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The pride took place in  The Fountains and Copenhagen Street car park by South Quay and according to organisers took a year in the planning. The pride was also awarded a £9,900 lottery grant to put on the pride.