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Stonewall Equality Walk to be held in Brighton this weekend

PinkNews Staff Writer April 29, 2009
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Stonewall’s annual Equality Walk is to be held in Brighton this weekend to raise money to tackle homophobic bullying in schools.

Brian Paddick, Amy Lame and Mr Gay UK are hosting the 10-kilometre event.

Registration begins at midday in the Pavillion Gardens, with jugglers, stilt-walkers and facepainting.

The walk will begin at 2pm.

This year’s top fundraising prize is a luxury weekend for two in Paris including business-class travel on Eurostar, two nights’ stay in a luxury hotel and £250 spending money.

Registration is £10 (or free for children under 12, accompanied by an adult).

Walkers receive a goody bag, special commemorative t-shirt, and a glass of bubbly or a soft drink for kids once they’ve crossed the finishing line at the end of walk party at Legends.
To register visit or email [email protected] or call the Equality Walk team on 020 7593 2294.

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