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Travel update: Brighton Pride 2023

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There are no trains to or from Brighton station on Saturday 5 August. Trains on the Brighton Main Line will terminate at Three Bridges and no services will run on the coastways into Brighton

On Sunday 6 August, trains will be running to and from Brighton station


Brighton & Hove Buses’ Diversity Bus will be running between the city centre and Preston Park for Pride on Saturday and a special service from Metrobus will also be running between Preston Park, Old Steine, and Kemp Town on Saturday afternoon and evening. 

There’s no parking at Preston Park and its surroundings on Saturday

Pride Parade

The parade starts at 11am on Hove Lawns and heads along the seafront to West Street, down North Street, onto Old Steine, and then heads up Marlborough Place onto London Road up to Preston Park

A number of roads are closed on Saturday from 9am – 4pm

Kingsway – Grand Avenue to Kings Road – Eastbound
Kingsway – Kings Road to Waterloo Street – Westbound
Kings Road
Grand Junction Road – Westbound
West Street
North Street
Castle Square
Old Steine
Marlborough Place 
Gloucester Place
St George’s Place
York Place
London Road
Preston Road – from New England Road to Stanford Avenue
Stanford Avenue – Preston Road to Beaconsfield Villas
Beaconsfield Road – slip & Bus Lane at Preston Circus

Pride Village Party

Closures will be in place between 10am on Saturday to 1am on Sunday, and then between 1:30pm and 11pm on Sunday.

St James’s Street
Steine Street
Manchester Street
Charles Street
Broad Street
Madeira Place
Camelford Street
Margaret Street
Wentworth Street
New Steine
Rock Place
Pavilion Street
Prince’s Street
George Street
Dorset Gardens
High Street – (from St James’s Street to Ardingly Street)
Chapel Street – (from St James’s Street to Ardingly Street)
Cavendish Street
Ardingly Street – (from St James’s Street Mews to High Street)

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