In 2018 Liverpool Queer Collective marched as a group at Pride in Liverpool for the first time, calling themselves the group of marchers for people who had no group to march with.
They were joined by 60+ lovely queers. Last year, well over 100 people got together in spite of the rain, making them the single largest community group at the march.
Due to lockdown the main event has been postponed, but Pride in Liverpool weekend is still a chance to come together as a community, living our best out and proud lives.
Will you join them?
LCR Pride Foundation is creating a virtual march featuring videos of groups and individuals. Will you join their group video? Film yourself marching, waving, chanting, having fun, waving a placard and wearing your Liverpool Queer Collective badges. Then simply upload the video here and state that you’re marching as part of Liverpool Queer Collective.
Submission deadline: Midnight on Monday 6 July.