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Photo essay: Rainbows and revellers at Bristol Pride


After a two year hiatus, the Bristol Pride parade took place on Saturday amid searing temperatures, led by drummers and dancers with a sea of rainbow flags in tow.

A drag queen on a mobility scooter is pushed up a slope in Castle Park as the parade begins.
Drummers leading the Bristol Pride parade out of Castle Park.
Posing for a portrait in Castle Park.
A drag queen with a rainbow fan in Castle Park.
Dancers and drummers lead the parade.
A man fires a bubble gun by Castle Park.
A man takes a selfie out of his car window during the parade.
Posing for a portrait during the parade.
Shoes of the day – taking a break half way through the parade.
Glitter is sprayed onto the cheek of a reveller during the parade.
A couple kisses in front of the fountains in Millennium Square at the end of the parade.

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