Grassroots Pride of the Year supported by Brsk

Recognising the delivery and impact of a grassroots pride event with a maximum capacity of around 10,000 people. 

  • Arran Pride
  • Chippenham Pride
  • Trans Pride Hastings
LGBTQ+ Young Business Person of the Year supported by DPD 

Recognising the impact of an LGBTQ+ person in business under the age of 30 who has spotlighted LGBTQ+ issues and initiatives in addition to their role

  • Anna Furnivall (Lesbian Island)
  • Kimberly Malone Crossley (A Whole Orange)
  • Emily Waldron (Teen Trans Campaigner)
LGBTQ+ Influencer of the Year supported by Boohoo Group

An individual who has used their platform to raise awareness of LGBTQ+ causes and act as voice for good for those in our community who may not be heard, regardless of the size of their platform 

  • Lucky Roy Singh
  • Eva Echo
  • Dee Whitnell
Pride Organisation of the Year supported by 

Recognition for a Pride organisation who has delivered a stellar Pride event, local initiatives designed to better LGBTQ+ lives, or has made a real difference in their target area.

  • Leicester Pride
  • Bristol Pride
  • Warwickshire Pride
LGBTQ+ Enterprise Award supported by Nissan

Recognising workplace trailblazers, LGBTQ+ businesses and enterprises who have gone above and beyond to create a culture of inclusivity and diversity. 

  • Lunch Positive
  • Pop’n’Olly
  • West London Queer Project
  • Esther Ghey: Peace In Mind
  • Somewhere: For Us
Volunteer of the Year supported by Birmingham Airport

A pride or charity volunteer who has gone above and beyond to help deliver positive change for the LGBTQ+ community. 

  • Alice-Louise Wallace (Crawley Pride)
  • Phil Gale (The Sussex Beacon)
  • Daniel Browne (Warwickshire Pride)
LGBTQ+ Venue or Event of the Year 

This was our most nominated category! An award for inclusive venues or events who have created a spectacular form of escapism and entertainment for LGBTQ+ people. 

  • The Future is Queer, Newcastle
  • Your Dad Sells Avon, Manchester
  • Vanilla, Manchester
LGBTQ+ Charity of the Year

Recognition of a charity who has demonstrated exceptional work to better the lives of LGBTQ+ people. 

  • Just Like Us
  • Opening Doors
  • Stonewall Housing
Pride Network of the Year supported by Pride 365

A recognition of a Pride Network for delivering schemes and initiatives to better the lives of LGBTQ+ employees. 

  • Compass Network
  • CoOp Respect
  • LGBT+ Network NHS Blood and Transplant 
  • Pride @ B&Q
LGBTQ+ Club or Sports Team of the Year

An award for demonstration of excellence for an LGBTQ+ sports club or team. 

  • Cardiff Lions 
  • Keighley Cougars 
  • The Transmanian Devils