We’ve been running a number of smaller projects in addition to our main Congleton Pride summer event.

Social events

Drag Night

When it’s been safe to do so, we’ve organised small local events, from film and Drag Race screenings to our Drag Night featuring Miss Blair. We’ve just held our amazing Christmas party and are busy getting ready for Congleton PrideFest and many more – creating fun and safe social spaces for the Congleton area’s LGBTQ+ people and their friends and allies.

Online fun

To try and maintain our social event presence as best we could during the coronavirus pandemic, we ran an online pub quiz. We had some LGBTQ-themed questions in there amongst the fun for all!

And while we were unable to cover the real town of Congleton in pride flags for some time, we made up for it in virtual reality with our maze game Prideworld. Win the game by filling the mostly-grey world with pride flag colours! Each new mission is released on a day devoted to a particular section of the LGBTQ+ community – the latest is for Intersex Awareness Day!

Research

We asked the people of Congleton about their opinions and experiences of the LGBTQ+ community here. Here are all the details.

What else can we do?

We’re continuing and broadening these projects as we start to emerge from the coronavirus situation. If you have ideas for how we might help to make Congleton a safer (or simply more fun) place for this community, or you’d like to be part of making these things happen, please get in touch with us, join one of our meetings or follow us on Facebook