MEDIA & PRESS
Campaigner Marc Silver founder of beOUbeFREE.com was live on air, on The Breakfast Show BBC RADIO SUSSEX this morning. campaigning for the Brighton Rainbow Crossing.
move to 2h.50 min in on the show towards the end.
A campaign & fund raiser is up-and-running to place a permanent rainbow crossing on St James Street, Kemp Town, Brighton.
Local resident, Marc Silver, of beoutbefree.com, is campaigning for a permanent rainbow crossing installation to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
Campaigner Marc Silver is hoping a multi-coloured zebra crossing could be installed in St James’s Street, Brighton, to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
Inspired by a new rainbow crossing in Lambeth, London, Marc, who runs LGBT travel agency Beoutbefree, thinks St James’s Street would be the perfect setting for a permanent memorial.
This weekend, local independent travel agent, Marc Silver and his team, will be out in force promoting his new travel business aimed at the LGBT+ communities.
New Brighton-based travel agency Be Out Be Free is hoping to grow its business by selling the most LGBT+-friendly hotels around the world.