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We're proud to partner with LGBT+ charity Bourne Free

20 February 2020

We are delighted to announce our partnership with Bourne Free – the LGBT+ charity behind Bournemouth’s Pride festival.

One of the biggest events in Bournemouth’s calendar, our Creative team is thrilled to be helping the charity with its social media, focusing on posts about Pride 2020. From now until the end of July, they will be supporting Bourne Free with content across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to drive greater awareness of the event and allow the charity to focus its efforts on making this year’s Pride its best yet.

With Pride getting bigger and better every year, there has been more demand for tickets and increasing numbers of attendees. That’s why this year, Pride will return to Meyrick Park for the first time in 10 years, with a family fun night on Friday 3rd July and the parade and main event on Saturday 4th July.

We’re extremely proud to be supporting Bourne Free – especially on such a landmark year. Pride’s theme is ‘School’s Out’, to acknowledge a new policy that will see primary schools teach about different families, including LGBT families, promoting greater acceptance and awareness.

Dawn Sherring, Contract Manager at Redweb said: “Working with Bourne Free is important to me, and I am proud to be part of the Redweb team working to increase engagement and ticket sales. Bourne Free’s Pride Festival shows support, love and ongoing education for the LGBT+ community, with their theme this year of ‘School’s Out!’. Educating children of all ages on the different blends of families, including those in the LGBT+ community, will be a great benefit to everyone. We’re looking forward to a successful relationship with Bourne Free”.

Louise Clarke, Trustee at Bourne Free said: “It is absolutely fantastic to have Redweb supporting Bourne Free 2020. We are already reaping the benefits with their work really lifting our social media profile. It is great to see this local company really promoting equality and diversity. It is proven that employees feel happier at work when they see their peers taking things like this seriously, so this is a brilliant partnership that will benefit lots of different people.”

Follow Bourne Free on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep up with the latest news.

Facebook: /bournefreepride

Twitter: @bournefreeuk

Instagram: @bournefreepride