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News: UK

Thu 1 Apr, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Manson had plans for many post-Pride events to take place, with one being an after party on the pebbled seafront of the Southern City

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Brighton Pride planners have insisted their Pride goers that this years festivities will not disappoint despite plans for the beach after party being denied.

Following last years dampened spirits as attendees trudged through the muddy grass of Preston Park, Judith Manson, Pride’s fundraising and communications manager, came up with other ways to entice people to the gay capital this year.

According to the local paper, The Argus, Manson had plans for many post-Pride events to take place, with one being an after party on the pebbled seafront of the Southern City, going on for 4pm till midnight.

However the local Brighton and Hove City Council later abolished this idea.

Manson insisted that the other events planned for the August festival would still go ahead, with the parade and party in Preston Park still encouraging people from all around the globe to join in with the party.

This year Brighton Pride is set to take place on August 7 and is themed Pride and (No) Prejudice.

Brighton Pride unfortunately had to cancel this years Winter Pride due to lack of funding but are continuing with the world famous Summer Pride.

 

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