LOCOG: Pride House is part of the Olympic Legacy

The reformed and rehoused Pride House has been officially recognised and endorsed by the London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) in a letter from its chief executive Paul Deighton, which formally recognises it as part of the Olympic legacy.
Pride Sports Director Lou Englefield, who rebuilt the Pride House project from the ashes of the failed original scheme planned for Clapham Common, said she was delighted and that 3 years of working with Stephen Frost at LOCOG had paid off. She said: ‘This message of support from Paul Deighton for Pride House, along with the ongoing support from diversity and inclusion director Stephen Frost, is a great boost as we try to meet the challenge of relaunching Pride House in a limited timeframe.’
Pride House is a week-long event and will now take place in Limehouse. To find out more and/or donate and support go here.
To read the full article from Gay Star news go here.
To access the Pride Sports website (redesigned by Jen Watts, who does our wonderful Schools OUT leaflets) and find out about the Pride Games in Manchester this week, go here