Pride of place amongst Liverpool Pride festivities
NWCH Framework partner Kier have proudly taken part in the Liverpool Pride festivities which recently took place.
Pride is focused on bringing together all members of the community and creating a festival of inclusion no matter sexuality, gender, race, belief or however you identify – we are #AllTogetherNow which is the official theme for this years festival.
Liverpool Pride is held each year in memory of Liverpool lad Michael Causer and his parents are key to the event and always start the parade. This year was Liverpool’s 8th consecutive year of Pride, bigger and better than ever and attracting thousands of people to Liverpool City Centre.
Kier Liverpool sponsored the official Liverpool Pride 2018 brochure with other members of
the Liverpool Regional Construction Group (LRCG) to support the event and to share the
message of our inclusive construction industry. Kier are key members of the LRCG whose aim
is to work collaboratively for the creation of jobs, apprentices and local supply chain in the
The festival started with the Pride march. Starting from St George’s Hall and finishing at
Tithebarn Street with key note speakers providing inspirational words to the participants and
energising everyone before taking the message to the streets.
The Pride event was attended by members of the NWCH’s FA Parklife Scheme who have
supported the LRCG with work placements, shared apprentices and use of the local supply