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4th Bolton Pride dates announced

4th Bolton Pride dates announced

Kicking off with a Hate Crime Vigil Event between 4pm – 6pm on Friday 21st September on Victoria Square. Each day will be themed and importantly day one of Bolton Pride 2018 will

be a day to Reflect with live entertainment from soprano Jenny Carson and Bolton vocalist Kennedy Caitlin, a minute’s silence for people affected by Hate Crime and the official

lighting of the Town Hall in rainbow colours. Friday night will see a launch night cinema event with the choice of film to be chosen by the public via social media and screened at

The Light Cinema in the Market Place.

Saturday 22nd September is a day to celebrate the diversity of the LGBT+ community.

Bolton at Home present the Greatest Show Bolton Pride Parade from 11am. The theme is colourful, vibrant and loud following the success of the musical film The Greatest Showman

and the parade route will include Queen’s Park, Spa Road and end in Victoria Square.

Registration for the Bolton Pride Parade will open soon through boltonpride.co.uk and will

include vehicle entries.

For details of the full Bolton Pride 2018 programme be sure to visit via link below

Facebook: www.facebook.com/BoltonPride

Twitter: @BoltonPride

#ReflectCelebrateEducate #LoveBoltonHateHomophobia #BoltonPride18

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Published: 5-Jul-2018

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