Facilities Available

Accessible Toilets

We will have a number of accessible toilets on site at Cambridge Pride. The locations of these are included on the site map.

Viewing Platforms

We will have an accessible viewing platform at the main stage. This is run on a first come, first served basis.

Access Reception/Team

The Access Team will be based on site if you have any questions or queries on the day of Cambridge Pride. The location of the Access Reception will be confirmed at a later date, as will what the Access Team will be wearing.

Parade Accessibility

We welcome everyone to take part in the parade. Please contact yvette@cambridgepride.co.uk to discuss and plan any specific access needs.

Quiet Space

We are hoping to provide a Quiet Space again this year. More details about this will be provided closer to the event.


We will have BSL interpreters for all performances that have words or lyrics. The interpreters will generally be located to the left of the main stage. BSL assisted performance times will be confirmed closer to the event.

Assistance Dogs

Registered assistance dogs are welcome on site. We ask you to please consider the welfare of these animals when in loud and crowded areas.

Bars and Traders Adjustments

We aim to have large print plain text menus available at all bars and traders this year.

Medical Fridge

We will have a Medical Fridge on site for storing medication.

Getting to Cambridge Pride

Shuttle Bus

We have a dedicated shuttle bus running regularly throughout the day of the event from Cambridge train station. Running times will be announced closer to the event.

Public Transport

Plan your journey or find out about bus services, timetables and tickets on the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority Transport website.

Cambridge Park and Ride

Visit the Cambridge Park and Ride website for information on sites, parking, times and prices.

Guided Busway

Visit the Guided Busway website for information on routes, times, prices and busway park and ride sites.

Parking in Cambridge

For more information on the car parks please visit the council website.  

Parking in Cambridge for Blue Badge Holders

For more information about free parking for Blue Badge holders please visit the council website. 

On Street Parking for Blue Badge Holders

Blue Badge holders can park on double yellow lines for up to 3 hours, where no other restrictions are in place (such as loading area, or loading restrictions, zebra crossing etc.)

“When you park on yellow lines or in other places where there is a time restriction, you need to display the blue parking clock to show your time of arrival. The clock should be sent to you together with the Blue Badge. If not, you can get a clock from the same council that issued the badge.” – Gov.uk

If you need to use a parking clock, you must display it on the vehicle’s dashboard or facia panel, so that the time can be seen clearly through the front windscreen. The clock should be set to show the quarter hour period during which you arrived. If there is no dashboard or facia panel in your vehicle, you must still display the clock in a place where it can be clearly read from outside the vehicle.

Please refer to the Gov.UK page for more information. 

Digital Accessibility

We want everyone to be able to use our website regardless of their computer knowledge or abilities. We have designed our website to be as accessible as possible.

If you would like more information about accessibility and site map, please email yvette@cambridgepride.co.uk or download the PDF.

Cambridge Pride is an inclusive community event…

If you have any suggestions on how we can make the event more accessible, we welcome your feedback and ideas. We also welcome volunteers to join the Access Team. Please email yvette@cambridgepride.co.uk