Thousands of people attended Cornwall Pride in August, here are just some of the pictures that captured the parade.

Thousands of people attended Cornwall Pride in August, here are just some of the pictures that captured the parade.

Matthew and Nathaniel head up Cornwall Pride and all its organisers and volunteers.

Newquay became the centre of attention when Cornwall Pride took over the town centre. GWR reported that over 2000 extra passengers made their way to the dreamy seaside town for its annual Cornwall Pride.

The event was attended by thousands of LGBT+ people and allies who enjoyed the brilliant sunshine on Newquay’s famous Killacourt – above the beach.

“Be Proud” written in large letters across Newquay’s beach.



Proud pride doggos

Another proud doggo – sort of…

And pose…

Cornwall Pride gives you wings

Leading the parade

Hundreds of people took part in Cornwall’s largest Pride Parade.

LGBT+ people and their allies took part.

The UK’s second largest pride flag unveiled.

Werk.

Leading the parade through the high street.

Loving life.

Life is not a drag…

Streets of Newquay.

Roxie Moron working the camera.

 

Chooo Choo

We do need saving…

Another proud doggo

Proud to be supporting Cornwall Pride.

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