Sussex is home to many wonderful beaches, with Brighton’s beach in particular being the city’s crowning glory. With events in the summer months such as Pride bringing thousands to the city, many residents feel it is important to preserve the cleanliness of the beaches. Pride do not manage nor organise events on the beach, but Brighton residents feel we all have a responsibility to keep the city clean, not just on Pride weekend but all year round.
Organisers are proud to have partnered with a number of other local community organisations to support and sponsor the first ever ‘Big Pride Silent Disco Beach Clean‘ to be delivered by Ocean’s 8 Brighton, supported by Brighton Watersports and the Bird & Blend Tea Co and more to be announced soon.
Sign up and volunteer to be part of this massive Sunday clean-up effort on Brighton beach while dancing along to generations of pop hits through wireless Bluetooth headphones! Every beach cleaner will also be treated with a FREE pass to Love BN1 Festival on Sunday.
Visit one of the two beach clean stations outside The Tempest Inn and Brighton Dolphin Project for any of the three sessions:
- ‘Early Bird’ – 7am-9am
- ‘Morning Stroll’ – 10am-12pm
- ‘Afternoon Dip’ – 1pm-3pm
Theme: Generations of Love
As Pride celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Inn uprising that ignited the Pride movement, we’ll be carrying the ‘Generations of Love’ theme through into the beach clean – with 50 years of pop hits on your headphones from 60’s flower power, 70’s disco and 80’s New Romantics to pop-tastic 90’s and noughties! Dressing up is encouraged!
The beach clean is free to attend but you will need to bring a refundable cash deposit or ID card to use the Silent Disco headphones.
Sign up here: https://www.brighton-pride.org/beach-clean/