Pinner’s historic pub, The Queen’s Head, will be holding the first ever Pinner Pride Festival on Sunday September 23.
The pub, founded in 1540, will welcome “everyone regardless of race, religion, gender or sexuality” in order to celebrate “love, diversity and community.”
The event will be jam packed with attractions, such as live music, a DJ, food stalls, books from Brooks, outdoor bars, a gin garden, face painting, children’s rides and more.
The festival, sponsored by Rawlinson Gold Estate Agents, will run from 2.00pm to 9.00pm.
Sean White, the pub’s landlord, said: “I’ve always seen pubs as much more than places which sell alcohol.
“For me they are community assets – but only when they are run correctly and have a clear ethos of inclusivity.
“In this world where people are increasingly being polarised and disconnected from each other, a good pub brings people together to debate, discuss and I’ve seen on countless times how they can be places where barriers are torn down and new opinions formed.
“So, forget that idiot Trump, banish Brexit blues and come along to Pinner Pride which promises to be an event to remember and one I’m immensely proud of my team for putting together.”