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The Constitutional Club in Bury St Edmuds’ Guildhall Street hosts party for pride month





A party to celebrate Bury St Edmunds’ LGBTQ+ people has gone down a storm, with dancing, singing and ‘general hilarity’.

The event on June 30 attracted 93 gay people, lesbians, queers and allies, who were entertained by Bury St Edmunds drag artist Knuckle Sandwich at the Constitutional Club in Guildhall Street.

Emma Warren, chairperson of the Constitutional Club, called the event ‘an electric night of drag entertainment’ and thanked partygoers.

There was plenty of support for more LGBTQ parties in the town. Photos: Emma Warren
There was plenty of support for more LGBTQ parties in the town. Photos: Emma Warren

Emma continued: “It was so great to see everyone feeling welcome and having fun together.

“Also, a massive thank you to all the local businesses who kindly donated to our LGBTQ+ charity raffle.”

These businesses included The Nethergate brewery, @iamteddypokes artist, Waitrose and Tesco.

If you would like to be included on the email list for future events like this one, please contact Emma via the Conservative Club’s Facebook or Instagram pages – or visit her in the club.