The Civil Service will be taking part in Pride in London again this year. Here’s how you can take part.

You may have seen press reports that Pride in London is over-subscribed this year. We’ve been waiting to hear from the organisers if we had secured space in the Parade: fortunately, we have. The Civil Service will be taking part in the Pride in London again this year.

Like last year, Pride in London have had to put a cap on the number of people entering the parade. We have been able to secure 100 places in the parade and you will need to reserve a place to attend.

Reserve your place

In order to join the Civil Service group, you will need to register in advance; this will secure you a wristband which will give you entry to the parade.

Reservations will open at 10:00am on 8 May 2017.

Tickets will be available through this Eventbrite page. Tickets will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, and you will only be able to register 1 place for yourself. Due to demand, we will not be accepting group bookings this year.

We will be operating a waiting list system. If you’re unsuccessful, join this list and we’ll allocate you a ticket if a space becomes available.

More coming soon

We’ll be providing more details about this, and other Pride events, soon. Keep checking our website for details.


4 Comments

  • Kevin - 2nd May 2017, 8:39 pm

    That’s a great testament to the success of Pride and also CSRA’s success in being integral to the event. I was so proud to be a party of it last year. Great work you are doing !

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  • Jessica - 28th May 2017, 7:05 pm

    This is my 1st London Pride and was wondering if there is a dress code? If someone could let me know. Thanks in advance. 🙂

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  • Michael Gibbs - 8th June 2017, 2:52 pm

    Have you got any Civil Service tee shirts left for those of us who are marching?

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  • Dave brooks - 16th June 2017, 12:44 pm

    Hi what sizes to the Tshirts come in cause I’m a big bloke. Will they go up to xxxl? Difficult ask.

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