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.
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.
Fast Track Cardiff & Vale works with NGOs, health services, and local authorities in Cardiff and across Wales to achieve the UN and Welsh Government goal of no new HIV transmissions by 2030.
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.