Pride is usually celebrated with lots of parades and marches but with coronavirus and social distancing still in place, things will be a little different this year.

A lot of events have been postponed or cancelled, but the celebrations will continue on zoom, tiktok and other social media, keeping people connected and celebrating.

June is the month chosen to celebrate pride as it was the month of the Stonewall riots, the protests that changed gay rights for a lot of people in America and beyond.

It’s about people coming together in love and friendship, to show how far gay rights have come, even if in some places there’s still some work to be done.

Pride month is about teaching tolerance, education in pride history and continuing to move forward in equality.

It calls for people to remember how damaging homophobia was and still can be.

It’s all about being proud of who you are no matter who you love.

The BeYou Project

The BeYou Project connects young people in Kent who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, non-binary or are questioning their sexual orientation and / or gender identity. We offer a safe, welcoming and non-judgemental space where young LGBT+ people can meet to socialise, have fun and help each other.


We are Porchlight, Kent’s largest charity for homeless and vulnerable people. We’re here for people who have nowhere to go and no-one to turn to. Some are living on the streets, others need our support to prevent or resolve any issues that could put them at risk of homelessness.
We can’t do any of this without you.

Tunbridge Wells LGBT Social

We're a diverse bunch of local LGBT people in and around Tunbridge Wells. We meet up for drinks, chat, dinners, walks and outings etc. All ages, genders etc welcome. It's all very relaxed and sociable. There is no gay scene in Tunbridge Wells, come and make friends instead!

LGBT – Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

Co-Chaired by Sharon Melville and Mick Stupples, Dr Peter Maskell, Medical Director is the Network’s Executive Sponsor. Jo Hand, Sharon and Mick are out gay people who want others to reach out to them for support should they need it.

LGBTI + Elders Online Social Dance Club

We might not be able to meet in person at the moment but we can use the magic of technology to connect, chat and boogie. Just like the regular Dance Clubs, you can join in however feels right for you.

Online Gay & Bi LGBTQ+ Men’s Wellness and Support Group

This is a fortnightly wellness - and support group for gay and bi-sexual men held online. The group provides an always friendly, supportive and safe space where your presence is always very much appreciated and your contributions always welcome.

Ruby’s Rendezvous The Quarantine Edition

Join camp queen Ruby Violet as she brings her Ruby’s Rendezvous show to your own home. Your humpday Wednesday’s will never be the same once you’ve joined Ruby for a good old sing song and chit chat. Each week she brings you a new theme, watch on instagram now!

A Gay And NonGay

One is gay, the other one isn't. Two unlikely friends take on the world, in the UK's #1 LGBTQ+ comedy podcast. James Barr and Dan Hudson's award winning show creates a safe space for queer people by 'othering' the straight experience and amplifying queer voices. Previous guests include Dr.Ranj, MUNA and Stephen Bailey.


Pride is about communities coming together in celebration, protest, unity and solidarity. Our communities deserve our support all year round, and we're committed to maintaining this. It's even more vital for those who may be less visible and more marginalised at this time.

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

Cast members from productions of Priscilla from around the world are adding a bit of colour to the world with the release of this great video celebrating Pride in lockdown.

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