Gaydio have announced that The Gaydio Pride Awards 2024 with Hilton will take place on Friday 16th February 2024 – with nominations open from today (Monday 23rd October 2023). 

  • Grassroots Pride of the Year with Brsk
  • LGBTQ+ Young Business Person of the Year with DPD
  • LGBTQ+ Influencer of the Year with Boohoo
  • Music Artist of the Year with Schuh
  • Volunteer of the Year
  • Venue or Event of the Year
  • Charity of the Year
  • LGBTQ+ Enterprise Award
  • Pride Network of the Year
  • LGBTQ+ Club or Sports Team of the Year
  • Outstanding Entertainment Contribution
  • Lifetime Achievement with Circle Health Group

Nominations for 10 of these categories opened today and will close on Wednesday 15th November – giving members of the public the opportunity to shine a light on the people, charities, events and organisations that are making a positive difference to the lives of the LGBTQ+ community across the UK. Nominees will then be whittled down to a shortlist and an eventual winner by a panel of independent community judges.

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