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Media Centre

We value the contribution that the media plays in helping to get our messages out to the wider world, to hold us to account on behalf of the LGBTQ+ community and to generate important conversation around topics and issues of importance to our community. The following details should help assist you as a member of the media.

 
 
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Media accreditation

Media accreditation for Pride day (Saturday 8 July) is mandatory. We will do our best to assist you with your work/assignment, and provide you with the best conditions we can for you to do your work.

Accreditation is now closed.

Media packs, including the media pass collection details will be emailed to all accredited members of media in the beginning of July.

Any questions about media accreditation, please contact media@prideinlondon.org

Photography call: If interested in volunteering your photography services on behalf of Pride in London during the festival, please get in touch with our Senior Photography Manager, James Doran

 
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Media ready assets

Talking about Pride in London

Our organisation name is London LGBT+ Community Pride CIC and event 'Pride in London

Please don't refer to us as 'London Pride' or 'gay pride' as these can cause confusion and also exclude other members of the LGBT+ community.

Linking to Pride in London

Our social media handles are londonlgbtpride & hashtags #PrideinLondon #LoveHappensHere

Can I use your logo?

Use of our logo is reserved for sponsors and media. View our brand guidelines >

 
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Get in touch

For media enquiries, please get in touch with a member of the team:

Alex Webb, Deputy Director of Communications, alexw@prideinlondon.org