Thousands of people lined the streets in Norwich yesterday as the city celebrated its “biggest” gay pride event in years.

Hundreds of participants and thousands of spectators brought the city of Norwich in Norfolk to a standstill yesterday as gay pride marched through the city centre. A police spokesperson told THEGAYUK that the pride was the “biggest in years.”

Organisers had been expecting a smaller turnout due to the weather, but as the parade’s start time drew nearer the rain clouds parted and Norwich was bathed in glorious sunshine.

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Also in the parade was original members of the Lesbian And Gays Support The Miners group which was the focus for last year’s hit film Pride.

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This year’s event was the 7th annual pride parade.