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Bristol Pride Parade 2019 – in photos

By jack joseph, Monday Jul 15, 2019

With a record number of participants and a new route, this year’s Bristol Pride Parade was both a joy to watch and great fun to partake in. Photographer Jack Joseph captured some of the best moments:

The parade weaved throughout the city centre

Dancers at the front of the parade

Hidayah are an organisation for LGBTQ+ Muslims with a newly-formed group in Bristol

Members of the LGBTQ+ community, including Sharifa Whitney James from Kiki Bristol, dance to the music

Drummers accompanied the parade

Lord mayor Jos Clark and her companion walked at the front of the parade

Avon Fire and Rescue led the parade, followed by a fire engine playing LGBTQ+ anthems

Pride is a party, but also a protest

In recent years, the Home Office has refused some asylum claims on the basis of not believing the applicants genuinely identify as LGBTQIA+

Dancers perform outside We The Curious at the end of the parade

The Ambling Band provided pink percussion

Dancing and singing with pride

A member of the Sisters of the Blue Moon, the Bristol branch of the Order of Perpetual Indulgence

 

The parade ended in Millennium Square

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