The streets of London will be turned into a big party this weekend when Pride ends with its annual march. Over a million people are expected in central London tomorrow, for the biggest parade in the country.

This year Pride commemorates the 1969 Stonewall uprising in New York, which is credited with kick-starting the movement for equal rights.

There has been an increasing number of retailers showing support of LGBT+ rights throughout their stores.  This ranges from colourful window displays, in-store events and participation in the parade.  Below are some of the eye-catching schemes that can currently be seen celebrating Pride on the streets of London. ?️‍?



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Floral Street, but make it #PRIDE

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Sun ✅ Pride ✅ Balls ✅ #ballieballerson #proudballie

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#pridelondon #pride? #prideinlondon #london??

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Terry Clark
Author: Terry Clark