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A person sitting on a trolly holding a rainbow coloured umbrella in a parade

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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Group of people stood around the newly planted Oak tree in Preston Park

Preston Park welcomes symbolic oak

Preston Park has a new oak tree, planted as part of the Association of Jewish Refugees ‘80 trees for 80 years’ campaign around Britain, in honour of people and places that symbolise the enormous contribution of Jewish refugees.

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selection of photographs showing women and girls playing football

Cultural programme for UEFA Women’s EUROs 2022 is announced

Funding from Arts Council England will help us share the rich history of women’s football, encourage more people to be inspired by the competition and establish female role models for both girls and boys through the arts.

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The Regency Room in Brighton Town Hall

Say ‘I do’ at Brighton Town Hall!

If you're planning your ceremony, come along to the Ceremonies Open Day on Sunday 20 March to see what's on offer at Brighton Town Hall.