Pride in Plymouth welcomes feedback, comments and suggestions, we are always canvassing for ideas from people on the scene, at the many events we attend, through our social networks and contacts. Pride in the Park enables us to reach a large audience and also build our network with other community groups, and organisations that form the ‘stalls community‘ at the event.
We are collecting and collating as much feedback as possible ahead of a public meeting that we soon announce to reflect on Pride in the Park 2013 and start the process for planning Pride 2014. It takes us a few weeks after the event to finalise the accounts, collate feedback and suggestions into a written report that will be presented at that meeting and published on-line. Watch this space, Like us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter for the latest news. It evidently clear that Pride in the Park 2013 was much bigger than the first Pride in the Park held in 2012 not just in numbers attending but also the growth of the stalls community and addition of a second stage. Therefore there is a lot more to consider this year to plan for further growth in 2014.
Some of the stalls at Pride in the Park 2013:
- The Eddystone Trust provided sexual health advice at Pride in the Park 2013.
Here are some of the comments and testimonials received so far, if you would like to contribute then you can leave your own comment below or if you prefer use the Contact Us form.
I attended the Pride in the Park on Saturday and wanted to thank you for a fantastic day. It was wonderful to see everyone enjoying themselves in the sunshine. Thought you organised it beautifully, it was all perfect and I hope to attend next year.
Many thanks for all your hard work.
Sam – The Psychic Shop
124 Albert Road Plymouth
Fantastic day and evening at Hawkins meeting place. Thank you to all the hard working organisers xxx
Spoke to so many Plymouth residents at @PrideinPlymouth on the weekend, that I’ve COMPLETELY lost my voice.
Silenced at last!
And big thanks to @PrideinPlymouth for their hard work on an enjoyable and well-run event in the sun. Hopefully see you again next year.
Would like to thank Mark Ayres and Alan Butler for a great day my feet n back are killing but its been fabulous x – Barbara Pride in Plymouth Volunteer.
You may have noticed that the Saltash Chiropractic Clinic was not at Pride in the Park 2013 in an email Dr Jonathan Clark made the following comment:
Unfortunately, due to personal circumstances Saltash Chiropractic Clinic will be unable to attend this years Pride in the Park. I am sorry to let you down at this short notice, but we off course wish you all a successful day. I know if it’s half as good as last year it will be a raging success. We hope to be there in full spirit next year.
We have sent Jon a personal message of support – the clinic is open as usual and more details can be found on their website: http://www.saltashchiropractic.co.uk/
Hi Alan, a truly amazing day thank you for all the hard work that went into organising the event, bring on 2014!
Tim Rex – Plymouth Community Homes
I had a fabulous day at pride in the park, thank you for inviting me, there was a great atmosphere there, people were having loads of fun, you could maybe have a talent show, or something stupid likr that which could be very amusing! Apart from that I think you guys know what your doing, I cant wait for next year, take care x
It was an absolutely brilliant day, great atmosphere, good people and lots of laughs. You are welcome with the raffle prize and to be honest I don’t think you could have done anything better…well, not in my opinion anyway, Looking forward to next year.