Welcome From Our Chairperson
Welcome to our brand new website ...... Thank you for taking the time to view .. We are all excited and looking forward to our pride festival in August ... My how time flys ...
Have a look at our programme on this site and get your self to galway on the 13th to 16th August for one hell if a party... We have a whole weekend programme of events for you and you don't want miss it ... we have our Pride Parade kicking off from Eyre sq at 2pm and we are honoured to have Mr pat Carey former minister Grand Marshall Saturday...
Galway city is a cultural city and this year above all we have yes equality in our country ... Our theme this year is proud to be equality your pride your city and we are so honoured to be the first country have a yes vote and we are all equal ...
I want to take this opportunity in extended a firm handshake and kisses and welcoming you to Galway have a happy safe and enjoy pride. ...
Browse through the site and if there is any questions info you like to know our email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Pride and Enjoy
Galway Pride History
The year 1989 saw Galway’s first ever Pride Parade. The local LGBT community got together and discussed the volume of homophobic behaviour and acknowledged that visibility was very important both for the heterosexual community and the LGBT community.
Nuala Ward visited her friends Jane Talbot & Natalie Zebolt and after that meeting the girls offered to organise a Pride Parade. Over the next four nights, Jane, Natalie and Nuala were busy in the Macnas workshop making a banner and a giant pink carnation. Nuala made little flyers and cycled around to the houses of her lesbian friends delivering them.
Read More -> Galway Pride History
Amach Galway Ltd
Amach! LGBT Galway Ltd is a volunteer run organisation which represents and campaigns on behalf of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
Amach! LGBT Galway Ltd aims to reflect equally the diversity within the LGBT community by encouraging positive participation from the community. They actively campaign to achieve a solid and safe support structure for the LGBT community in Galway city and county.
Visit their website here -> www.amachlgbt.com