March with us on Saturday 27th May as we march through Birmingham to help end religious and cultural homophobia, and to support the campaign to criminalise gay cure therapy.
As we walk we will be remembering my darling Naz, and the countless other members of our community who are no longer here because of the beliefs of their families.
Help us raise visibility through the streets of Birmingham and let the city know that we will not stand back and let religion and culture take the lives of the beautiful people people who are born as they are, to be themselves.
Theme: Royal India and Fabulous Butterflies
Our theme this year is ‘Royal India and Fabulous Butterflies‘. Please dress in this theme if you can. But you may wear whatever you like, just make sure it’s comfortable for you to walk the length of the march. Most importantly be yourself, be bold, and be fabulous!
- Saturday 27th May 2017
- Meet Location: Victoria Square, Birmingham City Centre (View map)
- Meet Time: 10.45am
You must join and register with us at the meeting point before the march leaves Victoria Square
The exact route us yet to be confirmed, but if it’s the same as last year the parade will wind its way down New Street, into High Street, Carrs Lane, Smallbrook Queensway and Hurst Street, before finally entering the main Pride Festival site.
Where can I find more info about the march?
Full details of the march can be found here:
and on our website
Donation (optional, but highly encouraged)
This year we would like to encourage you to donate £20 to Naz and Matt Foundation to cover our costs for the event (hint, hint).
Any surplus will be used to help fund our schools work and other special projects. Please donate using the button below.
How can I join your group?
Please complete the form below to register yourself into our group. We will use the email address you include to send you updates, so please make sure it’s an email address you have regular access to.Register to march with us
What happened last year?
Last year we had lots of fun and were joined by some new faces, and also loyal supporters and volunteers of Naz and Matt Foundation. Here are some moments from last year
Update: Highlights from Birmingham Pride 2017
Matt set up the Naz and Matt Foundation in memory of his soulmate and fiancé, Naz, who passed away two days after being confronted about his sexuality by his religious parents. It was the first time that they knew their son was gay, in a relationship with Matt for 13 years and that they were planning to get married.