Bristol Pride 2018 – Best Ever!
Bristol Pride has thanked Barratt Homes for helping to make the city’s 2018 Pride Festival the best ever.
Barratt marked the city’s celebrations with special flags placed at its developments throughout Bristol.
Daryn Carter, CEO of Bristol Pride, said: “‘We were overwhelmed with the love and support for Pride and our community and we thank all our supporters like Barratt Homes for helping us make 2018 our best event to date. We simply couldn’t make it happen without their support.’
Bristol Pride again saw record numbers attending the festival. More than 12,000 people took part in the biggest ever parade march through the city and over 35,000 people attended the main festival making it one of the largest Pride events in the UK.
“We were delighted to be involved in Bristol Pride once again,” said Barratt sales director Andrea Pilgrim. “This wonderful city is blessed with a rich and diverse community – and it is great to be able to join in the festivities alongside so many like-minded local people, associations and businesses.” Bristol Pride works all year round to champion equality and diversity and challenges inequality across the south west. Andrea added: “It is important for everyone to support the drive towards universal equality – and displaying specially-designed flags at our developments throughout the festival is a wonderful opportunity to do just that. I’m also delighted to report our stand in Millennium Square proved to be very popular.” Barratt Homes, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, sponsored the sellout circus night, a spectacular evening in partnership with Circomedia.For further information about Barratt, please call Barratt on 0844 5710 385, or log onto barratthomes.co.uk
Seen at the Barratt Bristol stand in the city’s Millennium Square are (left to right) Ruth Hodkinson, Assistant Technical Co-Ordinator; Shane Gathercole, Assistant Accountant and Natalia Colonova, Assistant Technical Co-Ordinator.