Events, Festivals and Exhibitions

Northern Pride, 2024, Newcastle, UK

19 July - 21 July

Free

Newcastle will celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with Northern Pride in July

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Newcastle will celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with Northern Pride in July. It will be from 19 to 21 July, 2024. Further details can be found here.

UK Pride Events

A schedule of all Pride events around the UK can be found here.

Pride in London will take place on 29 June 2024.

Southampton Pride will take place on 24 and 25 August, 2024.

For more developments, as they are announced, check the website given below.

Northern Pride Festival

This organisation is based in the north east of England and was formed in 2007. Northern Pride is a registered charity that fights discrimination and looks for volunteers to help out at the events they stage. In addition, you can become a supporter and sign up for the pride mail. For more see here.

More than 20,000 people will take part in the Northern Pride march and parade.


Other Things to Do in the Newcastle/Gateshead area
Newcastle
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Newcastle and Gateshead are twinned cities connected by the architecturally-striking Gateshead Millennium Bridge. It is a tilt bridge used by pedestrians and cyclists and is one of the things to visit while here.

In addition, in the 12th century a new castle was built here to protect the river Tyne, and the city became so-named. This was a royal castle close to the border with Scotland and is worth a visit. On a similar vein, Hadrian’s Wall, built with similar intent by the Romans, is a short drive to the north.

The Quayside is a stroll beside historic buildings, pubs and craft shops and a popular meeting place. On Sundays there is a market. To discover what else to do in Newcastle go to our article Creating New Heritage in Newcastle and Gateshead – Travel Begins at 40


For further inspiration on places to visit around Newcastle, read Mark Bibby Jackson’s Whitby and the North York Moors.


Travel to Newcastle

There are direct flights to Newcastle International Airport from Amsterdam, Orlando, Prague, Rome, Split, Stavanger and the coasts of Greece, Spain and Turkey as well as connections worldwide.

Newcastle station is located on the East Coast Main Line and is served by trains running out of King’s Cross in London. Newcastle is also easily reached by commercial bus operators.

Hotels in Newcastle

To find the best accommodation in the area and worldwide flights, please search via our comparison engine, which scans all the major booking sites.


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Details

Start:
19 July
End:
21 July
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://www.northern-pride.com/

Venue

Exhibition Park and the Town Moor
Exhibition Park and the Town Moor
Newastle-upon-Tyne,United Kingdom
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Mike began his career in travel writing by writing his own guide on his holidays. He sent this manuscript off to a range of travel guide companies and got a range of rejection letters — all except one. Getting a contract to write for Roger Lascelles Publications on Trinidad and Tobago, and The Bahamas was how his career began. With this opportunity came other pieces for British magazines, The Sunday Telegraph and now Travel Begins at 40.

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