From Inside the Closet, that most of us burst out of, our news editor is writing away on an antique typewriter to bring you all the latest gossip, news and interesting situations from the LGBTQ+ world of Great Yarmouth and Waveney Pride.
Yesterday, during his walk from Norwich to Diss, Thomas Anderson fell hurting his ankle. During the night, he was in a lot of pain and called 111 for advice. He was advised to go to the Norfolk and Norwich A&E and have the ankle checked over. The doctors check over Thomas and even took x-rays, luckily no breaks were present. However, they have advised him to finish his walk and rest as much as possible. Therefore, his journey ended in Norwich.
Tomorrow is the final leg of Thomas Anderson’s Journey. Today, he walked from Diss to Norwich.
Thomas Anderson woke this morning after having a day of rest yesterday and decided today’s destination would be Stowmarket in order to avoid walking the A12. Walking 12.3 miles, 27,661 steps and burning 1085.7 kcal, Thomas has made it to Stowmarket. We Read More
Thomas Anderson has made it to Ipswich, a fantastic start to his travels to Great Yarmouth. Walking 18 miles, 37,252 steps and burning 1414.8 kcal in 6 hours 41 minutes. We have spoken to Thomas who was very pleased with his progress Read More
Thomas Anderson (Sasha Spudz), 36, is taken on the mammoth trek along the coast and hopes to complete it in the shortest amount of time possible. He said “I would love to complete the journey in 24hrs, However, I don’t think that would be possible.”
Great Yarmouth and Waveney Pride promised as a part of their event this year (2022), to donate a tree to the borough in memory of those that have lost their lives, not just locally but worldwide, in the fight for equality and Read More
Great Yarmouth and Waveney Pride 2022 has been working with Great Yarmouth Police to ensure that hate crimes within the borough are treated seriously. We released a survey recently to obtain statistics regarding hate and whether the community would report any crimes. Read More
It is time for Great Yarmouth to stand up against the bullies and show that we will not stand for hate
Great Yarmouth and Waveney Pride are fighting back against ‘phobic behaviour towards LGBTQ+ people of Yarmouth. We have a Police Liaison Officer and we would like to bring your concerns to the police of Great Yarmouth. In order to do this we need your help. Please, complete the following short survey, no personal information that could identify you will be taken.
As the dust has begun to settle, the committee of GYWPride 2022, would like to find out how the event went. Please kindly complete the below survey and help us improve so the next Pride can be bigger and better.