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Volunteers to Fly the Rainbow flag with Pride 2015

By 25th November 2015 No Comments

Nothing says Pride quite like a rainbow flag. Representing our colourful and diverse community, it brings us together, as one.

Originally designed in 1978 by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker to demonstrate the LGBTQ community’s diversity and strength, it has become a worldwide symbol for Pride, flown in cities and at Pride celebrations across the globe. This year Brighton Pride will continue that proud tradition and include a giant 50ft long rainbow flag in the Community Pride Parade.

Pride needs you to be to join us and become a proud flag bearer. It’s a fabulous way to be a part of Brighton Pride, as the parade celebrates, campaigns and sashays its way through the streets of our city. Come shake a groove thing for equality, help us fly our proud flag.

If you would like to volunteer some time to help Pride 2016 please click register your interest here and you will be contact by email in February 2016.