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Pride Rainbow Hearts

We painted Bristol’s College Green with rainbow coloured hearts, as part of our #LoveBristol campaign and in support of the start of Bristol Pride Festival 2021. The hearts, painted...

We painted Bristol’s College Green with rainbow coloured hearts, as part of our #LoveBristol campaign and in support of the start of Bristol Pride Festival 2021.

The hearts, painted by artists from Upfest support the #LoveBristol logo and provide a safe and inclusive space for all to sit outdoors.

Our #LoveBristol logos in Broadmead were also turned into rainbows, bringing colour to the city streets for shoppers. A new puffin crossing was also revealed by the Bristol Pride team on Wine Street this week to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and ace (LGBTQ+) communities.

The rainbow hearts are a continuation of our #LoveBristol campaign following on from Love Songs To The City where love lyrics are currently hung over the streets of Bristol.

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The campaign is a Bristol Together initiative, led by Bristol City Centre BID alongside Visit Bristol, Business West, Cabot Circus and Broadmead BID, in partnership with the One City Economy Board and Bristol City Council.