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London Pride 2011
June 21st, 2011 by sarbat

Sarbat is proud to announce that it shall be participating as a walking group in its first ever Pride Parade on Saturday 2nd July 2011 in Central London.

Date – 2nd July 2011

Meeting Point – outside Great Portland Street tube between 11am and 11.30am

Dress code – Plain white/light coloured t-shirt or traditional top, jeans, pink dupatta, turquoise blue turban (the turban and dupatta materials will be provided by ourselves). Please note that the dress code is not mandatory, but the more people who are wearing matching outfits, the better we will look as a group and the more that we can show our unity in numbers.

The Parade participants shall have assembled at Portland Place by 12.30pm.

The Parade commences at the north end of Regent Street at 1.15pm, and it shall finish by 4pm at Northumberland Ave.

We will be handing out flyers and leaflets during the course of the Parade.

If you are running late, or can only join the Parade once it has started, please call Sarbat on 07869 429610 on the day of Pride and we will be able to tell you where to join us.

If you have any queries, please email us at pride@sarbat.net.

Together, we can show that we exist and that we are proud of our identity, Sikh and gay alike.


2 Responses  
Sarbat Pride Coordinator writes:
June 29th, 2011 at 12:53 PM

Hi, Should be a good day..if you don’t fancy joining the parade, come down & support the group along the parade route which runs down Regent Street, through Piccadilly Circus, down to Trafalgar Square and finishes in Northumberland Ave. We’ll be handing out some Sarbat leaflets, so don’t be shy and say “hello”.
The more people that can join us the merrier it will be. We will be in section C of the parade, which is behind the group from Tesco and between the parade buses from Imaan and Amnesty.
Call the Sarbat number 07869 429610 on the day or email pride@sarbat.net before Saturday if you want to find out anything else.

lee writes:
July 1st, 2011 at 11:22 AM

dont do this

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