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New route for Brighton & Hove Pride Community Parade in 2019

Besi Besemar June 19, 2019

The Brighton & Hove Pride Community Parade – Generations of Love Celebrating 50 years of campaigning with Pride – has a new route in 2019.

DUE to Brighton & Hove Council carrying out landscaping work around Old Steine and Victoria Gardens as part of the controversial Valley Gardens Scheme, the Brighton Pride Community Parade on Saturday, August 3 has been re-routed.

Starting as usual at 11am on Hove Lawns seafront by the Peace Statue, the parade will pass easterly along Kings Road seafront turning left up West Street.

The Parade will progress past the clock tower along Queens Road towards Brighton Station, turning right down North Road just past Community Base.

At the bottom of North Road the Parade will turn left to re-join the old route to process up Gloucester Place and London Road finishing in Preston Park.

Brighton & Hove Pride raises money for the Brighton Rainbow Fund who give grants to local LGBT/HIV organisations delivering effective front line services to LGBT+people in the city.

The present Pride organisers have raise £705,000 for good causes in the city.


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