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Graphic of the inclusive Pride flag

Marking the city’s traditional Pride weekend

This weekend the city would usually be celebrating the spectacular Brighton & Hove Pride, an important event to promote LGBTQ+ equality and inclusion. If you're celebrating, have a safe, happy and Covid-free weekend.

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Graphic of the inclusive Pride flag

Flying the flag for the city’s traditional Pride week

While the main Brighton & Hove Pride events are cancelled this year, we’re expecting a busy weekend. If you are planning to mark the weekend, please do your bit to help keep the city open for everyone. 

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Photo showing supporting hands

New Communities Fund Covid-19 recovery grants

Bids are invited for new Communities Fund resilience grants for projects helping to address the impact of Covid-19 for residents struggling with debt and vulnerable people across the city. Applications open from 8 September

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Hove Town Hall

Domestic Homicide Review - Alina

The murder of 'Alina' was a tragic event which took the life of a young woman at the start of her adult life. In circumstances such as this, community safety partnerships have a duty to review what happened, report the findings to government and identify lessons learned.
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Brighton & Hove City Council LGBTQ+ Workers Forum at the 2019 Pride parade

Celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride

Local organisations, charities, agencies and businesses took part in the annual LGBTQ+ Brighton Pride Community Parade this weekend. See our collection of photos from the spectacular event.