Again this year the deaf, blind, disabled, elderly and those with mobility issues will have a Safe Space at the head of the Parade.

The LGBT CSF and Pride is aware that many deaf, disabled and older Pride goers will need to march in a space where access stewards are available to prevent them from being crowded out or bumped into, where they can feel confident and therefore proud. We will be working with Pride to enable this ‘safe space’ to be situated at the front of the march. This will also help to ensure that the whole parade moves at a pace that is suitable for everyone.


We welcome all deaf, blind, older and disabled people to join us in this space.


Further arrangements


  • There will be golf buggies following the safe space which will allow registered participants who are unable to walk the full distance to participate in the parade.


  • To register for the parade please click here


  • People with their own mobility scooters or wheelchairs will be able to recharge them in the Access Tent at the end of the Parade.


  • Brighton Shopmobility provides mobility scooters at a very reasonable rate. Call 01273 323239 or email:


  • Access Stewards will surround the safe space and prevent ingress by spectators.


  • A British Sign Language Interpreter will be available in the safe space.

  • Access Stewards will also be prepared to assist those people who need to leave the safe space for any reason.

To register for the Accessibility Matters Pride Access Plan please click the Icon below.

 Viewing Area For The Parade


There will be a viewing area by Carters Electrical on Preson Road. There will be an accessible area for people with mobility issues; they can bring one person with them into the viewing area.

To register for the Accessibility Matters Pride Access Plan please click the Icon below.



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