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Pride 2022 – travel information

With thousands of people expected to pack Brighton & Hove for this year’s Pride celebrations, we’re urging people to plan their travel arrangements in advance of the big weekend.

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Brighton & Hove Pride logo

Getting ready to welcome back Pride!

Brighton & Hove Pride returns to the city on the weekend of 5 to 7 August – the first full Pride celebration in the city since 2019.

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Anti-racist city

Action to become an anti-racist council

A report at a special meeting of the Tourism, Equalities, Communities & Culture committee on Wednesday 29 July set out a package of action to make Brighton & Hove a fairer and more inclusive city as part of our commitment to being an anti-racist council.

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Pride events are cancelled – celebrate online

There are no official Pride events taking place in Brighton & Hove this weekend, 1 & 2 August, the date Brighton & Hove Pride 2020 was due to take place. This year’s 'stay at home' Pride is very different from the usual event and aims to keep the spirit of Pride thriving while keeping everyone safe inside.

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Elm Disease at Woodvale cemetery

Work will begin this weekend to clear infected trees following the discovery of Elm disease on the grounds of Woodvale Cemetery.

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Becoming an anti-racist city

Becoming an anti-racist city

Councillor Carmen Appich writes about the council's progress to be anti-racist and calls on other organisations to pledge to be anti-racist.