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The LCR Pride Foundation has announced its decision to postpone Pride in Liverpool and reschedule to a date later in 2020.
Following a successful second year, The Liverpool Sportswoman’s Lunch (LSL) has smashed its fundraising target and raised £10,848 for the Encephalitis Society.
The LCR Pride Foundation has announced two new appointments to its Board of Directors, to support the organisation as it continues to grow.
Record number of people turn out for the city’s annual Pride march, while Pride in Liverpool’s inaugural Youth Zone was a roaring success
Organisation partners with Young Persons Advisory Service (YPAS) to provide a ‘safe space’ for young people at the Liverpool City Region’s annual Pride festival.
Redrow has kicked off its latest Community Fund by sponsoring a junior football team in Allerton and is inviting other good causes to apply for a share of £10,000.
Full programme revealed as LCR Pride Foundation founders highlight the festival’s importance in the 50th anniversary year of the Stonewall uprising
The Ambassador of Hope programme has gained support from EFC, Liverpool City Council and other large organisations.
Mia Austin posthumously named the region’s ‘Woman of the Year’ as family passes the mantle to first runner up, anti-knife crime campaigner Laura Hughes.
It was while ago in her first Redrow home that April Sunderland got married and had her first child – so when she and husband Bryan wanted a bigger house for their growing family it had to be another Redrow.
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