Coventry Pride Meet Cllr. Glenn Williams

Coventry Pride & Andrew Moffat (No Outsiders) Meet Cllr. Glenn Williams, Cllr. Allan Andrews & Cllr. Kevin Maton at the Council House on 21/01/2020 where Cllr. Glenn Williams formally apologises for his recent actions against the LGBT+ community.

An Open Letter from our Chair to Glenn Williams

Dear Lord Mayor, Leader of the Council, Councillors I write following the statements made by Cllr Glenn Williams in the Council Chamber on the 14th January, where he displayed outdated, bigoted and hateful comments, towards members of the LGBT+ community. […]

An Open Letter from our Vice Chair to Glenn Williams

OPEN LETTER TO COVENTRY COUNCILLORS, BABLAKE WARDThursday 16 January 2020 Dear Councillor Jaswant Birdi and Councillor Tarlochan Singh Jandu I hope that this letter finds you both well. I write to you today, weary, emotionally exhausted, with an extremely heavy […]

Homophobic Comments Made by Cllr. Glenn Williams


Happy New Year from Coventry Pride

We just want to take this opportunity to thank you all for the support in 2019 and here’s to 2020! Coventry Pride is 6 this year and we couldn’t be more excited to announce some incredible things that are set […]

We’re Moving to Broadgate

Coventry Pride Headline Stage Moving to Broadgate for 2020 Coventry Pride are excited to announce that the Headline Stage for their annual Pride festival is moving to Broadgate (Lady Godiva Square) for 2020. COVENTRY, 20/12/19. Coventry Pride are excited to […]

LGBT+ Ladies Rugby Team Launched

The LGBT+ community often feels excluded from traditional activities in which other members of society thrive. Team sports is one of those things, many players feel nervous to approach a team and just start playing without any knowledge and with […]

Vote for LGBT+

Today, December 12th 2019 marks the day that everyone over the age of 18 in the UK (who are registered to vote) can go to the polls to vote for the next political party to run our country. No matter […]

International Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December – the day on which the United Nations General Assembly adopted, in 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Human rights are our basic rights or freedoms. They include our […]