We set out to make Croydon PrideFest open and free for everyone to attend and enjoy and in 2019, we did just that! From BSL interpreters to a viewing platform and quiet rest tent, we made our festival as accessible and inclusive as possible, including those with disabilities. We are looking to repeat the provisions we made last year but if you have any ideas on how we can go further, please contact us by emailing [email protected].
Details of our PrideFest 2021 provisions will be stated here once confirmed.
Travelling to Croydon PrideFest
You can travel to Croydon PrideFest easily through a number of different ways:
- By train – nearest rail stations are West Croydon (Southern and London Overground) and East Croydon (Southern and Thameslink)
- By bus – a number of bus services pass through Croydon Town Centre, with most stopping at West Croydon bus station or along Wellesley Road
- By tram – West Croydon tram stop is the closest tram stop to the parade starting point. Wandle Park tram stop provides step-free access to the main PrideFest venue
- By car – there are a number of car parks in Croydon Town Centre close to the parade starting point and PrideFest venue including Centrale Car Park, NCP Whitgift Centre Croydon, Q-Park Surrey Street and Jubilee Bridge Car Park.