Pride In Surrey are excited to announce that this years Parade route is longer and it runs directly through Woking Town Centre to the Pride Park which this year is at Wheatsheaf Common (GU21 4AL). All those participating in the Parade will receive a wristband which allows access to the Pride Park.
The deadline for Parade applications* is Midday on Sunday 12th July.
*Parade places will be confirmed at our earliest opportunity, we may need to contact you if we have any further questions regarding your application.
2019 welcomed an estimated 3,000 people in Woking Town to watch Surrey’s first ever Pride Parade followed by over 7,000 visitors to our Pride Park. 2020 is going to be bigger and better with the launch of our #morePride campaign, sponsored by Surrey County Council
There are many ways you can join the Pride Parade, join as an individual, family or as a group.
- Wristbands will be posted in July to the address provided on the booking form.
- 2 marshalls for up to 20 Parade participants should be organised by each group.
- Families of up to 8 people.
- Wristbands will be available for collection 3 weeks prior to the Parade at designated locations.
Parade Joining Information
- The deadline for Parade applications is Midday on Sunday 12th July.
- Parade joining instructions will be emailed two weeks before the Parade.
- Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
- The Parade is FREE for individuals, familes, charities, youth services and non-profit groups.
- A £29 joining fee applies to businesses (up to 30 people)
- All sponsorship opportunities include a group Parade place. For more information on sponsorship click here
- Parade places will be confirmed at our earliest opportunity, we may need to contact you if we have any further questions regarding your application.
Please note the Parade route is subject to change.
The Parade will start outside The Slug & Lettuce in Woking Town Centre and will lead directly into Wheatsheaf Common.
The route will include Wolsey Place shopping centre, Jubilee Square and Woking town gates.
Use the below interactive map for Parade Route:
Our code of conduct is in place ensuring that the Parade is a safe and accepting space for everyone. Everyone applying to be in the parade must agree to the code of conduct upon application.
Pride In Surrey’s aim is to make Pride accessible for all. Accessibility cost over £3,400 last year which demonstrates our commitment todo what we can ensuring everyone can take part.
If you have any questions regarding the parade or require any further information please email our Parade Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org