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The incredible Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 is back again this year for cycle enthusiasts across the UK. Starting at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the route winds its way through beautiful Surrey countryside on closed roads, before coming back into London and past some of the most iconic sights. Date: 29 July 2018 Distance: 100 miles Location: London-Surrey Registration: £40 Fundraising: £500 Cycling for Stonewall
Stonewall UK will be marching at Birmingham Pride on 26th May, in Birmingham city centre, and you can march along with them if you’re attending the parade. Date: 26 May 2018 Location: Birmingham City Centre Registration: Free. However, marching does not gain you a Birmingham Pride wristband. To buy wristbands please visit the website. You will be marching alongside Stonewall’s Youth Pride […]
In Britain, on 3 May 2018, local government elections will be taking place across London. The British Government is planning to pilot a new voter identification scheme in polling stations, in Woking, Gosport, Bromley, Watford and Swindon. This would require individuals to bring photo ID with them to be able to vote. Stonewall UK are […]
The annual Stonewall Equality Dinner will be taking place on Friday 16 March 2018. On the night, guests will be welcomed to the Sheraton Grand, Park Lane where they will be greeted with a champagne reception, followed by a three-course meal and dancing.
Hate crimes against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Britain have almost doubled in the past four years, campaigners said on Thursday last (7th September), with one in five people targeted in the past 12 months. A newly-released survey of 5,000 LGBT people by pollster, YouGov, found 16 percent of lesbian, gay and […]
Lloyds Banking Group has been named the most inclusive employer in Britain, by LGBT charity Stonewall, in its Top 100 Employers list for 2017. The banking firm, which came second in the 2016 list, launched a new colleague volunteering programme, forming official partnerships with LGBT charities. This includes trans youth charity Mermaids, elder LGBT […]
Stonewall UK and Paddy Power have been criticised, not for their Rainbow Laces campaign, but for the slogan that goes with it – Get Behind The Players. Stonewall have defended the slogan by saying it’s meant to be risqué and tongue in cheek, but the anti-homophobia group Football v Homophobia have stated: