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Worcester’s first Pride cancelled

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  1. I’ve a few ideas why it failed and I wouldn’t day lack of support was one of them. They are also incorrect saying Worcester pride was ground breaking for a cathedral city as next door Hereford holds – Out in the sticks – each year.
    I am just sorry for the people of Worcester at the end of the day as there was many that wanted a pride in their city. Hopefully next year they will find what they are looking for and get the pride they want.

  2. Mihangel apYrs 10 Aug 2010, 1:03pm

    let’s expect NO support from public bodies for any other events this year, then!

  3. Worcester is not a gay-friendly place. Not because of its social attitudes, but simply that it does not have a large gay community. I used to live there before recently moving to London to experience a much faster pace of life. I don’t regret it for a second!
    I will say that Worcester is genuinely a lovely cathedral city with excellent schools, very low crime rates and (relatively) good climate – but the lack of any gay scene was a big problem for me!

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