People's Day 2012
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The biggest yet
This year’s People’s Day festival was the biggest yet involving more than fifty activities from communities and community groups from all over the city. The event is intended to further understanding and celebrate the diverse communities that make up the city of Brighton and Hove.
Huge crowds enjoyed the day
Unfortunately, due to the recent torrential rain and promise of more to come, some of the outdoor activities planned for Victoria Gardens and the Pavilion Gardens had to be moved indoors. But even the showers on the day did not dampen the enjoyment and enthusiasm of the huge crowds of people who turned out.
A special place to live
The Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Bill Randall said, “Our People’s Day festival is bringing together many different groups from around the city. It’s also a great a chance for residents to find out more about the city’s many communities and to try something new. And above all, it’s just another prime example of what makes Brighton & Hove a special place to live.”