Mardi Gla 2023
On July 15th we marched with thousands of others for Mardi Gla, Glasgow’s Pride. The march, which organisers estimate was attended by a record-breaking 50,000 people this year, began at Glasgow Green and traveled through the city centre streets to finish at George Square. Our team, board members, friends, family, and supporters came together to stand against homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia.
Before heading to the march, our friends at Burness Paull hosted a pre Pride warm up brunch on our behalf. Burness Paull have been long time supporters of ours and we were grateful for the opportunity to bring both of our teams together, along with some of our supporters.
This was the first time that we had an organised bloc for Pride. Those marching with us included supporters from Burness Paull, Amy Callaghan MP, Monica Lennon MSP, and footballer Zander Murray. We were delighted to be joined by so many people to be a part of Glasgow’s biggest ever Pride. Thank you to everyone who marched with us on the day.
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