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Brighton , a seaside resort on the south coast of England, is generally agreed to be the unofficial "gay capital" of the UK,    with records pertaining to LGBT history dating back to the early 19th century. Brighton Pride is the largest Pride event in the UK, celebrated at the start of August and attracting around , people every year. Brighton has recorded LGBT history in the city since the 19th century. Many men were initially drawn to Brighton by the enormous numbers of soldiers garrisoned in the town during the Napoleonic Wars. Evidence suggests that a floating population and good transport links with London helped its reputation as a place for the LGBT community.
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LGBT community of Brighton and Hove - Wikipedia
It's the 'gay capital of the UK', with some of the best bars, restaurants and sights in the whole country. So, where should you go? We spoke to full-time travel blogger Sam Wood to get the lowdown on his favourite Brighton spots. A pier with a view.
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LGBTQI+ guide to Brighton
Brighton is something like the Provincetown of Europe. Queer literary greats like Virginia Woolf and Oscar Wilde were frequent visitors to the area to soak up the sun. This summer in particular is a good one to take a holiday to Brighton. The festivities will run from Aug.
We exist to act as a bridge between the community and statutory services such as the City Council and Sussex Police and to enable there to be more accountability and transparency of the services provided. The forum is there to question, to get answers, to probe further and to insist on improvements on service delivery. Their mission is to listen, support and inform. Whether you have a straightforward question about the scene, services for LGBT people or a sexual health enquiry they aim to answer your questions directly, giving you accurate information or putting you in touch with an organisation that has more specific expertise.