Merton council installs Rainbow Crossing in Wimbledon Broadway to celebrate the town’s inclusivity

A stunning rainbow has landed in Wimbledon to celebrate the town’s inclusivity, welcoming its first LGBT+ bar, and support for this year’s Pride in London events.

Merton council has installed a Rainbow Crossing in Wimbledon Broadway by the recently-opened CMYK bar.

The multi-coloured crossing has been created in the design of the Rainbow Flag – which has been adopted, across the globe, as a symbol to celebrate the LGBT+ community and its diversity.

The month-long Pride in London event, which starts tomorrow, will bring a host of cultural treats to venues across the capital.

The festival aims to celebrate the creativity of the LGBT+ community, challenge prejudice and campaign for equal rights for members both at home and abroad.

To find out more about Merton’s LGBT+ Forum, visit

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