Wolverhampton’s very own Pride event is making a welcome return next month, two years after it last took place.
A festival to celebrate equality, diversity and the city’s LGBT+ community, Wolves Pride takes place on Saturday 12 October in St Peter's Car Park, off Wulfruna Street.
The main event, featuring DJs, food, bars, face painting and community stalls, runs from 3pm to 11pm, with fringe activities being held in the Civic Centre from 1pm till 4pm.
The event is open to all and no tickets are required.
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