Does it cost anything to go to Pride in London with the Jewish group?
No. The wristband is free.

Do I need to be a member of a Jewish LGBT+ group or a synagogue to join in?
No. To march with us in Pride in London you don't need to be a member of any of the groups that are all joining together for the Parade. You can come on your own, with your friends and on the day you'll hopefully make new friends!

How many tickets can I book?
For individuals who try to reserve more than x2 wristbands (e.g. as a friendship group) your name and tickets will be released for others to book as it a maximum of two wristbands per individual. Please ask your friends to reserve their own tickets.

We are a group or family of 3,4,5,6 people and have seen you can only book tickets in groups of two. Can we come?
Yes! You can book tickets more than once and so please do book for your entire group/family and West London Synagogue will contact you to confirm. If you are having any issues booking - please do let Naddy know! We want to ensure your entire family can come.

Is there a minimum age requirement to attend Pride in London?
No. There is no minimum age to attend Pride in London. We follow the Pride in London policy and we do not take responsibility for those attending and if you're under 18, however, you will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult. Under 16's need to be accompanied by a responsible adult. Also please note - everyone (including children and babies) are required to register for a wristband. 

Pride in London is open to everyone! And anyone who wants to create an inclusive Jewish community is welcome to march with us (subject to availability)!

Are you interested in volunteering?
We need volunteers to carry the WLS PRIDE banner and to prepare and distribute light refreshments. Please sign up for a volunteers wristband below and we will be in contact with you.

West London Synagogue will provide security officers to march with us. In addition, there will be police presence at the parade as per usual. CST has been contacted and there are no known threats and we will liaise with CST again closer to the date of the parade.

I am planning to go to Synagogue on the Saturday, can I join in?
Yes. We will not be gathering until after services and West London Synagogue will also have a service before the collection of wristbands. Meeting time will be confirmed by email closer to the date.

I've never been to a Pride Parade before - what should I do to prepare, what should I wear or bring along on the day?
Just bringing yourself is enough but here is a list of things to consider! West London Synagogue will provide flags.

- Check the weather: You might want to prepare for a rainstorm or a heat wave! It's London in June after all - so we just never know whether it's sunglasses or umbrella weather (or both..).

- Noise makers: whistles, gregers, your voices! It's a fun day and some chants, singing and whistle always go down well!

- Snacks: West London Synagogue will provide some light refreshments but feel free to bring your own - we are likely to spend some time standing around and you might get a bit hungry!

- Clothing: Wear whatever you feel most comfortable in! Whether that's jeans and a t-shirt, ball gown, colourful clothing or not. Pride is about you being you and that means wearing whatever you feel best in.

- Be prepared to wait around a bit. We will meet up as a group and then walk into our position in the parade. When we get into place in the parade they expect up to 90 minutes of waiting, until we start to move. And so please do bring things with you to keep you distracted or be open to chatting to those around you!

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. We will have a list of names.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferable?
No. We will have a large waiting list and so we ask that you let us know if you can't come either through by emailing Naddy.

I've checked and wristbands have now sold out, can I just turn up on the day? (Please note - we currently do have wristbands available this is just an FAQ we usually get)
If you didn't get a wristband, we do often have people who don't turn up on the day OR other groups give us there wristbands if they have people not turning up. So, it is worth arriving at our meeting point (and you can email Naddy for more information) but there is no guarantee we will have a spare wristband and Pride in London is often quite strict - no wristband, no entry.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email Naddy if you have any questions.

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