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As Oleta Adams once said,
“You can reach me by railway,
you can reach me by trailway,
You can reach me on an airplane,
I don’t care how you get here, just – get here if you can”

And while we’re not suggesting you go to such lengths, it would be fabulous to see you!

Here’s how:

Please be aware that there will be significant road closures for part of the day of Pride. There is NO parking at Preston Park and its surroundings on the day. Parking is restricted on a large section of Madeira Drive. Parking in the centre of Brighton can be both limited and expensive, so we suggest you use public transport where you can.

Brighton Station is centrally located and just a stroll from the parade route and a short walk from the Preston Park event, the seafront and all that the Brighton Gay Village has to offer.
Train services are provided by a number of companies including Southern and Thameslink who are the main providers of services to London. Please check their websites for timetables, extra trains and further information. Southern also communicate disruptions via their twitter account.

If you want to plan a journey anywhere within Brighton & Hove the city council offer a comprehensive journey planning website at

Nearest international airport is Gatwick Airport, with frequent trains services to Brighton taking Approximately 20 minutes.

National Express run hourly services from London Victoria bus station and destinations throughout the UK.
There will also be a bus service between Old Steine, Preston park and the Pride Campsite. Full bus info here.

You can plan journeys by all sorts of mode of transport, including foot!
But get here however you can…