Notts Pride 2023: Can you spot yourself or a mate in our fabulous photos?

There may have been thousands of people at the event but our 17 photos capture the spirit of Nottingham Pride 2023

The parade began on Lister Gate from 10am with a long queue stretching down the street towards Broadmarsh in a colourful display of rainbows, transgender Pride flags and signs. The parade is one of the biggest celebrations in the city - thankfully the weather held this year for the parade to make its way through the city.

Thousands not only joined the parade to show their own Pride but also, to show solidarity with the LGBT+ community. Those who didn’t feel like marching, joined the sidelines to wave and show support.

The parade made its way up Wheeler Gate before moving onto Old Market Square and up towards Pelham Street. The end point is traditionally, Broad Street which has historically been the queer section of the city due to many queer and LGBT+ friendly businesses such as The Goat, Broadway Cinema, The Lord Roberts and The Health Shop.

The event stretches into the event with many individual events including Gladrags at Metronome and Bink’s Yard hosting multiple performers. The New Foresters is also hosting an event with a late license so the party can go into the early hours.

Can you spot yourself or a mate in our 17 fabulous photos?