The sun shone down on the city as York Pride took to the streets for the annual parade, that was bigger and brighter than ever.
From local schools and universities, to charities and the emergency services, people from all walks of life came together and united as one to celebrate diversity, tolerance and equality for all.
The city centre was awash with many bright colours and sounds as the parade wove its way through the streets with the pavement lined by many to watch the spectacle.
Flags flew and whistles blew as the parade marched along Davygate on its journey as one of the biggest LGBTQ+ parades seen in the city pleased the crowds.
An eclectic mix of costumes and outfits were on display in the parade and even people took part with their dogs, who seemed to be enjoying their walk in the sun and the attention from the crowd.
The parade ended at Knavesmire with an afternoon of live music and dancing and will be followed by celebrations at Ziggy’s nightclub long into the night.
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Photographs: Victoria Charles
Photographs: Richard McDougall