Zoe Lyons hosted this year’s walk and was joined for a picnic in the Royal Pavilion Gardens by hundreds of families and fundraising teams. MPs John Bercow, Caroline Lucas and Simon Kirby, and the Mayor of Brighton & Hove Bill Randall, also attended the 10km walk, together with comedians Jen Brister and Suzi Ruffel.
Over £65,000 has already been raised, with more expected to come in over the coming weeks. The money raised from the Walk will help us produce a new primary school DVD, FREE, bringing a vital message about diversity, difference and respect to children, parents and teachers.
We’re incredibly grateful to everyone who took part and supported the Walk in this very special year.
Find out more about why we’re walking
Tips and ideas to make your fundraising a success
Amazing fundraising prizes
Present and past celebrity hosts tell us why they walk
Details of the day’s schedule
To mark our 10th anniversary of the Brighton Equality Walk we asked you to tell us ‘Why I Walk’. Some of you took part in the walk to meet other Stonewall supporters, some of you for the great sense of community spirit and others just to enjoy a fun-filled day in Brighton. But we all walk because every single pound raised funds Stonewall’s work tackling homophobia in schools.