Pride 2017: 30-9 July | Pride Day: Sat 8 July

Food & Drink

June 3, 2013

BARS
Please support Pride by buying your alcohol from the bars onsite! There are several bars onsite this year and pints are very reasonable! Just £3.50 for pints or £2.50 cans with a supporter wristband (an extra 50p or more without). Our bars are cheaper than most local bars and a lot less than commercial festivals. Get a Pride Supporter Wristband here.

All the money goes back into the festival and supports our charity work so please support Pride, a registered charity, by getting your drinks from us rather than a retailer that is not supporting the event to happen.

NO WRISTBAND NO CARRY ON to comply with licences, restrictions and age checks you will only be allowed to bring alcohol onsite if you have a supporter wristband.

NO GLASS IS ALLOWED ON SITE – LIMIT ON WHAT CAN BE BROUGHT INTO THE FESTIVAL – THERE WILL BE BAG CHECKS

We want to ensure that Pride remains an open event for all, please adhere to these policies and limits for your own benefit or we risk having to stop all alcohol being brought onsite altogether.
Due to the large volume of glass brought onsite and rogue traders we will be strictly enforcing our alcohol policy this year with bag searches. Sale of any alcoholic items, except from licensed bars is prohibited.

ALL Glass will be confiscated at bag checkpoint or by security sweeps onsite – please just don’t bring it

We do not want to ban alcohol being brought onto the site but please work with us and adhere to the policy or we may have no choice but to ban you bringing your own alcohol completely to comply with police and council regulations.

We will operate ID25 system, if you are lucky enough to look younger than you are please ensure you have I.D with you.

Please drink responsibly, in hot weather please drink plenty of water!

DRUGS & LEGAL HIGHS

We have a zero tolerance to dealing in or use of drugs and normal enforcement laws are applicable, will be followed and the police will be called. ‘Legal’ highs are also not permitted onsite, Pride is a family friendly event and anyone found to be using ‘legal’ highs will be asked to move on. Supplying legal highs such a NOS gas IS ILLEGAL. Anyone with NOS on them it will be assumed you intend to supply.