Main focus of Liverpool Pride is relocated to Pier Head. Up untilLiverpool was the largest British city to not hold a Pride festival. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Stanley Street Quarter. The event became the catalyst for a major public perspective of gay and lesbian Liverpool and shortly followed was 'Our Story Liverpool', an oral history resource which recorded the experiences of community members from the s to the present day. Original gay bar, The Stork, is demolished in
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The festival took place around the city's Gay Quarter with stages on Dale Street, Exchange Flags, and North John Street, and a city centre march was held during the day. Multiple skull fractures, a fractured eye socket and a fractured cheek bone left the officer fighting for his life. It is made up of mixed use developments including residential blocks, hotels, bars, nightclubs and various other businesses, many of which cater for the LGBT community. On 12 AugustLiverpool City Council officially recognised the area as the city's 'gay quarter',  and on 6 DecemberCity Council Cabinet members took the decision to endorse a dedicated Community interest company to further the development of the quarter and access funding which the local authority would otherwise be unable to. There are also numerous other gay frequented venues dotted elsewhere around the city centre.
A fourth and final consultation was held in September and no objections from the public were lodged. The project involved collecting and collating various spoken, written and video sources, as well as a short film commission 'Gayzin Liverpool', produced by local filmmaker Sandi Hughes. Archived copy as title Use dmy dates from April Use British English from April All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Commons category link is on Wikidata Coordinates on Wikidata. Liverpool becomes the first British city to install rainbow street signs identifying the Gay Quarter. Pink pound Stonewall Workplace Equality Index.