Brighton Pride

Brighton and Hove City Council open survey on future of Brighton Pride

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More than 900 people have so far shared their views on the future of Brighton and Hove Pride.

Brighton and Hove City Council is surveying residents, businesses and visitors on the Pride events in the area in 2025 and beyond.

In December 2023, the local authority consented for Brighton and Hove Pride CIC to deliver the three key Pride events for the next five years. As part of this agreement, the council said it would reach out to residents to gain an understanding of how the Pride weekend is perceived in the city.

The council wishes to support Brighton and Hove Pride to be as inclusive, accessible and successful as it can be while balancing the impact and benefits for residents, visitors and businesses in the city.

Therefore, it is asking people to take place in a short survey so that it can develop future Pride celebrations.

While the main questions are open for everyone to answer, residents who live close to the major ticketed events at Preston Park and Kemptown are being asked additional questions regarding proposed changes.

People have until June 30 to have their say.