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11:34 | 25th April 2017

News: UK

Fri 19 Mar, 2010
By Danielle Carter


St Agnes has a large active Christian community whom I would not wish to upset.

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A gay disco in St Agnes has been banned over fears that it would upset Christians at Easter.

The Good Friday Gay Pride event in a village hall was approved then cancelled.

Organiser Jason Hudson said: "I feel this is discrimination - it's ridiculous in this day and age."

But Dawn Brown rejected claims the decision was discriminatory.



The committee chairman of the Miners' and Mechanics' Institute in St Agnes, Cornwall, said the village "has a large and active Christian community whom I would not wish to upset."

 

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