A Mobiloo (pop-up Changing Places facility) will be available with hoist, adult sized changing bench and all else youโ€™d expect to find in a fully accessible toilet. If you wish to use the hoist, please bring your own sling. Down the Civic Hall slope, through to the back of the marker, next to the small house.

There will be a standard accessible toilet available in the Civic Hall.

BSL Interpreters

Photo of Siobhan- BSL Interpreter


Photo of Emily- BSL Interpreter


Friendly BSL (British Sign Language) Interpreters (Emily and Siobhan) available throughout the day.

They will be situated at the accessibility point at the entrance of the Civic Hall (or in the quiet room at the back of the hall if it’s raining).

The Procession

Local community bus service โ€˜Bob the Busโ€™ will be taking part in the procession. Two buses will be available to transport wheelchair users and those with mobility issues up Fore Street and High Street to the Civic Hall, during the procession. Picking up from opposite Seven Stars Hotel at 11.15am.

The Civic Hall

At the right hand side at back of the hall there will be a quiet room.

Due to it’s inaccessibility, the downstairs cafe at The Civic Hall will not be in use. Dot’s Cafe will now be situated at Birdwood House Cafe, which is located just before the main Civic Hall entrance on the right hand side of the slope. Access gained through the Birdwood House main entrance on High Street.

Some of our workshops will be located on the stage this year. A lift will be situated at the front of the stage. Please ask a Totnes Pride volunteer for assistance.

If you have any questions, please email the team at

Totnes Pride Funders & Sponsors

  • People's Health Trust


  • King Edward VI Community College


  • Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics


  • roc discovering independence


  • The Remote Speaker Coach


  • Moor Removals/Delivery


  • Totnes Cinema Film & Theatre


  • Bob the Bus


  • The Dartmouth Inn