Pride Cymru are not just focused on the annual pride festival, we work with other groups regularly and focus on lots of projects that help support the community of LGBTQ+ people in Wales. Read about our current and past projects here!
Get Out Get Active (GOGA) is a programme that runs across the UK. We support disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy being active together. Our North Wales GOGA Programme is a partnership between Pride Cymru and Disability Sport Wales, to work with our LGBT+ community alongside our partners and existing LGBT+ projects to provide opportunities and support to Get Out and Get Active in a safe and welcoming environment.
Bold Beginnings Bright Futures is a new project set up to help and support the LGBT+ community to become more active within your community.
Icons & Allies is Pride Cymru’s highly popular exhibition on Welsh LGBTQ+ historical figures, available free to any public body wanting to exhibit it.
Pride Cymru first created a map of lost Cardiff LGBT venues in 2018. Many people contributed their memories and after it was published even more commented – and sometimes corrected our geography.
As part of our contribution to LGBT History Month 2017, Pride Cymru created an event about LGBT+ people’s love of the Doctor Who universe, “Who’s Queer Now?”. The event and social media discussions have shown how LGBT+ people have embraced the fantasy worlds of Doctor Who and made it space we can be ourselves in.