In Summer 2017, Duckie had been based in Hull June operating our own shop and collaborating with Pride in Hull. A gaggle of artists and designers – including Robin Whitmore, Patrick Bullock, Terry Herfield & Sarah Curry - worked with LGBT groups and volunteers to create 50 Queers for 50 Years. The 50 icons featured Britain’s queer favourites from Dusty Springfield to Freddie Mercury, Clare Balding to Quentin Crisp and a myriad of other stately homos of England.
The Duckie Shop was based for 2 months in Jameson Street, Hull.
LGBTQ+ people from Hull and their allies made and carried the following icons in a flotilla on the Pride Parade:
Bobby Mandrell, Freddy Mercury, Lily Savage, Dusty Springfield, Clare Balding, Sam Fox, Quentin Crisp, Tom Daley, Gok Wan, The Divine David, Alan Bennett, David Hockney, Linda Bellos, Lady Phyll, Amy Lamé, Women of Greenham Common, Liz Carr, Lesbians Against Section 28, Pat Butcher, Carol Ann Duffy, Maggie Hambling, Ruth and the Ru Dens, Hull Lesbian Gangs, Miriam Margolyes, Jeanette Winterson, Justin Fashanu, Isaac Julian, Camp Comics, Leigh Bowery, Bronski Beat, Rikki Beadle Blair, Eddie Izzard, Derek Jarman, April Ashley, Sabah Choudrey, Genesis P'Orridge, The Drakes, The Gay Liberation Front, Outrage, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, The Silhouette Club, The Warren, Fuel and the Current Hull Gay Scene, Gay Sailors, Rikki Arundel, Sue Perkins and George Michael.