Tameside Pride will be back again in 2020 and organisers want it to be bigger and better than last year's event.
It was the first time the LGBT event was held in the borough in 2019 and it proved to be a huge success, with hundreds of people turning out.
Preparations are well under way for this year's event, which will once again be held at Cheethams Park, off Mottram Road, in Stalybridge.
It's pencilled in for the afternoon of Saturday 18 July, between 12pm and 6pm.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
A child-friendly occasion, it will be a free family fun day with live entertainment, fairground rides, food stalls and The Bar Pop Bar.
For more information, call 0161 987 1036 or visit tamesidepride.co.uk
Image: Tameside Pride
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