DISABILITY PRIDE BRIGHTON FESTIVAL 2020

Disability Pride Brighton photograph
Come along and join us for our fourth Disability Pride Brighton festival – the celebration of and for disabled people plus their friends, families, carers and allies. ALL WELCOME.

The first three years’ festivals have been brilliant fun and we can’t wait for Disability Pride Brighton festival 2020.

The short parade starts at 11.30am from i360 and goes along the lower promenade towards Hove Lawns for the 12 noon start. Finishes at 6pm.

Disability Pride Brighton festival 2020 Facebook event page.
And don’t forget to join us on twitter too!

 

DISABILITY PRIDE BRIGHTON 2019

Thank you so much for coming to our wonderful event on Sunday.

It was such a brilliant day and I am so glad you could share it with us. We have had such positive feedback from so many people – which makes it all worthwhile.

Our funders want to know what difference Disability Pride Brighton made to you. Could you please help us by filling in this very quick survey – 10 questions, mostly multiple choice and should take 3-5 minutes?

Please click here to tell us what you thought of DPB.

Many thanks – and see you next year!

Jenny Skelton
Founder and Chair Disability Pride Brighton

Latest TV Brighton's video report from Disability Pride Brighton 2019 festival

Video Watch the video made by Latest TV from Disability Pride Brighton 2019

Video Disability Pride 2019 – Vlog from committee member, Naz (HAVVA).

Video Disability Pride 2019, and trying wheelchair basketball for the first time. – Gem Hubbard’s Wheelsnoheels vlog

❤❤❤ Disability Pride Brighton will return in 2020 ❤❤❤

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The festival is aligned with other global Disability Pride events in New York City, Italy and Senegal.

Please like and follow our Disability Pride Brighton Facebook page to stay informed.

Please note that Disability Pride Brighton is NOT a specific event/organisation only for the disabled LGBTQ+ community, but for ANYONE with ANY impairment plus their family, friends and carers. We called it Disability Pride so that it is in line with other international Disability Pride organisations.