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03:53 | 24th October 2017

News: UK

Tue 5 Jul, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


It is estimated that over one million people headed to London's gay district of Soho and the main stage in Trafalgar Square

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Many took the streets of the capital this Saturday to celebrate everything LGBT as London Pride proved to be another succesful day out for all.

It is estimated that over one million people headed to London's gay district of Soho and the main stage in Trafalgar Square, which saw a number of fresh artists perform for the proud crowd.

Members included in the march where Rugby ace Ben Cohen and boy band Blue which also included other LGBT organisations and union groups such as Stonewall and Unite.

See pictures of the day here:
http://www.facebook.com/pridelondon

 

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