Following on from the smash success of the first Pembrokeshire Pride event last year, the festival is back with a vengeance.
This year the daytime event will take the form of a family social in Haverfordwest, with activities
and supporter stalls to ensure there’s plenty to do and see.
Originally the event was planned to be held on Priory Fields, Haverfordwest - but a study of the upcoming forecast has meant that the event will now move inside the Picton Centre, thanks to the support of The Edge Youth Club and the Pembrokeshire Youth Service.
In attendance will be a whole range of support organisations, ranging from Hywel Dda University Health Board to Stonewall; from the WI to Mind - and many, many more in between.
The event starts at 2pm on Saturday, July 15 and is open to all.
On Saturday evening the fun moves to Boulevard Theatre, Milford Haven for a fabulous Pride party - featuring food and some fantastic entertainment!
Headlining is X Factor winner Matt Terry - who will be showcasing his new album.
He’ll be supported by the amazing Abba Divas - and there’ll be lots more besides. It’s free entry to the party - but it is also ticket only, strictly no-one will be allowed entry without a valid ticket.
We are always looking for new volunteers and supporters to help us with
Pembrokeshire Pride, so do get in touch if you would like to be involved. You can email us at
Last year was the first Pembrokeshire Pride event - and it was a massive success; some of the
comments and reviews received afterwards included:
Thank you to the whole team of your amazing committee and volunteers - you all made this spark ignite the realisation in many that Pembrokeshire too deserves a safe space and movement to be welcomed.
Thank you so much !
My son has struggled with bullies from day one of his transition and being there yesterday made him see that he can be in a room and community full of love and acceptance and truly be himself!
So proud to be a part of this incredible community and I really cannot wait to see what’s next!
Thank-you, thank-you, thank-you. My two kids saw what it was like to belong to an accepting community.
It showed them that it's ok - not just parents saying it - to be who you truly are.
It showed them they are not alone and how they can have confidence to be who they are.
I saw a lot of that in the room - everyone was friendly, accepting. Can't forget the fun we had too, it
We came back for the night and they brought friends and although they were shy during the day and worried; they were rocking that floor in the evening. It brought tears to my eyes - the love, confidence, safety and happiness in that room.
You have brought to Millford a safe venue.
Thank you so much.
Bigger better next year. We are part of the community and the community is more accepting that we realise.
Let's bring forward the rainbows.
It felt like such a safe space to be in.
Thank you to all the volunteers and everyone who made the effort to come along.
Two of my children have been on a journey the past few years where they have found it hard to be accepted by the wider community.
For me, that changed yesterday. Everyone in attendance was so welcoming, friendly and fun.
Thank you for putting on this incredible event and for making my
children feel welcome, accepted and loved.
Thank you! Such an amazingly positive, friendly and joyous event. Well done for making it
Absolutely fantastic, I would’ve loved this growing up. Will be there for next year’s