Nottinghamshire Pride is an annual event held in Nottingham, a city in the East Midlands region of England, to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. The event typically takes place in July, and it attracts people from all over the region and beyond.
The event includes a parade through the city center, live music and entertainment, speeches from community leaders and activists, food and drink vendors, and a range of activities and attractions for people of all ages. The aim of Nottinghamshire Pride is to promote equality, diversity, and inclusion, and to celebrate the contributions of the LGBTQ+ community to society.

Nottinghamshire Pride is organized by a team of volunteers, who work tirelessly to ensure that the event is inclusive, safe, and enjoyable for all. The organizers work closely with local businesses and community groups to ensure that the event is as inclusive and diverse as possible, and they strive to make sure that everyone feels welcome and supported.
Pride exists to bring the LGBT+ community together, to celebrate how diverse we are as a group of wonderful people, to remember how far we've come and to remind ourselves and the world how much more we still have to achieve. It's about visibility, education and celebration.
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12 tips and recommendations for a gay traveler attending Nottinghamshire Pride:

  1. Book your accommodation early as the city can get very busy during the Pride weekend. Consider staying in the city center to be close to the parade and other events.

  2. Attend the Pride Parade which takes place on the Saturday of the event. The parade is a lively and colorful celebration of LGBT+ pride and is a highlight of the weekend.

  3. Visit the LGBT+ Centre, which is a community center for LGBT+ people in Nottingham. It hosts various events throughout the year and is a great place to meet other members of the community.

  4. Explore the city's nightlife scene, which has a variety of gay-friendly bars and clubs. Some popular options include Propaganda, The New Foresters, and The Lord Roberts.

  5. Take a trip to the Nottingham Castle, which is one of the most iconic landmarks of the city. It also offers stunning views of the city skyline.

  6. If you're a fan of history, check out the Galleries of Justice Museum, which provides an insight into Nottingham's history of crime and punishment.

  7. Visit the Nottingham Contemporary, a modern art gallery that showcases the work of both established and up-and-coming artists.

  8. Take a walk around the historic Lace Market area, which is filled with elegant Georgian buildings and independent shops.

  9. Enjoy the local cuisine at one of Nottingham's many restaurants. The city has a variety of eateries that cater to all tastes, from traditional British pub food to international cuisine.

  10. Take a trip to Sherwood Forest, which is just a short drive away from Notingham. This is the legendary home of Robin Hood and is a beautiful place to explore nature.

  11. Attend one of the after-parties that take place after the parade. These parties are always lively and offer a chance to dance and celebrate with fellow Pride-goers.

  12. Finally, remember to be respectful and kind to all members of the community. Pride is about inclosivity and acceptance, and it's important to celebrate diversity in all its forms.

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