Aeon Events & Wild Fruit be working with partners Revenge & G Scene Magazine to stage Pride 2012.
With all large events being moved due to the Olympics, this years Pride has been re- scheduled to the 1st September.
The City Council have given the go ahead to the newly established group, Pride Brighton and Hove to organise a Pride in 2012.
Former Pride in Brighton and Hove trustee, Councillor Geoffrey Bowden, chair of culture, recreation and tourism made the announcement at a cabinet meeting at Hove Town Hall this afternoon.
Cllr Geoffrey Bowden, said he fully endorsed his officers recommendations to grant the responsibility of running Pride 2012 to the new 'community interest not for profit company' made up of Club Revenge, James Ledward from Gscene Magazine and Paul Kemp of Aeon Events.
All three organisations are committed to returning Brighton Pride to its position as the best and friendliest Pride in the UK.
The new 'guardians' of Pride Brighton and Hove are dedicated to restoring the festival to its charitable roots, to raise money for local LGBT and HIV voluntary organisations.
Source: G Scene Magazine full story.
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