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Proud to be marching in Pride in London

On Saturday, 2 July, we’ll be marching with our community to show our pride in the Pride in London parade.

MS doesn't discriminate and neither do we. So we're excited to be able to march with our community again in London this year.

In light of the terrorist attack on LGBTQ+ people in Oslo this weekend, it's more important than ever to be here for each other. Find out more on the Pink News website

This will be our second time marching, as the pandemic meant we couldn't gather last year or the year before. Our LGBTQ+ MS community helped shaped our plans for the day, including our look, to make sure we're as fabulous as possible!

Interested in joining?

Our LGBTQ+ staff group ‘Spectrum’ is organising our group wristbands and would be delighted if you can join. Our spaces are limited so we can't guarantee a spot, it's first come first served.

To find out more or join us, email [email protected] If you use a wheelchair or walking aids let us know in the email.

Is it accessible?

The march will take place through central London. It takes around 2 hours to travel the parade route and there's usually at least an hour's wait beforehand. We're working to minimise the wait times for people who march with us.

Pride in London work to make sure the parade is as accessible as possible to the community. And we'll do everything we can to make sure anyone who wants to can take part. If you want to join us and use a wheelchair or walking aids let us know. 

Find out more on the Pride in London website

Our commitment to equality 

As an organisation we are committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in our work and community.

Participating in Pride is one of the things we do to make sure we're here for everyone with MS. You can read more in our EDI strategy.  

What does LGBTQ+ stand for?

LGBTQ+ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer. The + is an inclusive symbol to mean 'and others' to include people of all identities.