Thank you for booking tickets to Brighton & Hove Pride 2019
Proof of disability is required to access our facilities
This year we have revised our system to ensure you have the opportunity to submit the supporting documents in advance.
The closing date for submitting evidence in advance is Friday 5th July 2019 (four weeks prior to the Pride weekend). Anyone turning up on the day without making prior arrangements may not be able to access our facilities. However, we will always try to accommodate any late requests.
Submitting supporting documents
When submitting documents (details of which are provided further below), we ask that you:
· Scan evidence and attach it with your form if emailing
· Photocopy evidence and clip it to a printed form if posting
Documents that will be accepted are:
DLA Letter - Care and/or Mobility (you will need to submit the middle/higher rate for PA/carer ticket)
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) (you will need to submit enhanced daily living or mobility rate for a PA/Carer ticket)
The front page of Attendance Allowance letter (no specific rate required)
Evidence that shows you are registered severely slight impaired (blind) or deaf
The Access Card or equivalent with +1 for PA/Carer ticket
CredAbility Access Card +1 category requirement
Recognised Assistance Dog ID card
Your completed form and supporting documents will automatically be sent to us at Brighton Pride once you click submit. If you would like to email us our address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, post your completed form and supporting documents to Access Manager, The Old Ironworks, Unit 2, 30 Cheapside, Brighton BN1 4GD
Site Layout and Ground Conditions
Pride In The Park Festival and LoveBN1 Festival
The ground is parkland, mainly grass and on a slight incline but uneven in places. It is likely that the site may be muddy, water-soaked or dusty depending on the weather - it is not a stadium and does not have a hard-standing floor. The postcode for the event is BN1 6SD
Pride Village Party
The ground is pavement and is currently used as a public street. It is on a slight incline and there are drop-down kerbs located at various points in St James Street. Please note, there are very limited facilities at the Pride Village Party
The ground is parkland, all grass and flat but uneven in places. It is likely that the site may be muddy, water-soaked or dusty depending on the weather. Please note, there are very limited facilities at the campsite
Smoke machines, strobe lights, fireworks and other effects may be in use at Pride events. Anyone affected by these should bear this in mind.
Viewing Platform and Ground Level Viewing Area
If you apply for space on the viewing platform or ground level viewing area this is still operated on a first come basis and we understand that certain acts will be more popular than others. The viewing platform and ground level viewing area has a very limited capacity and is strictly for access customers plus 1 PA only. The viewing platform is for customers with mobility issues only.
Carer tickets are not allocated to parent/guardians of children aged 18 and under, as all children attending Brighton Pride must be accompanied by a responsible adult/carer.
There will be a dedicated area by the Access tent for assistance dogs
Please, complete the following personal details: