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City gears up for Speedway event

20 years of Pride in Wales Pride Cymru’s Big

Weekend ended in style as performances from Honeyz, Atomic Kitten and Samantha Mumba take crowds through Pride history. Te 90’s and 00s stars hit the main stage in celebration of 20 years of Pride in Wales. Artists from that era took the crowd back in time, before headliner Bang Bang Romeo ended the night with a bang. Also showing their support

A giant piece of street art has recently appeared in Cardiff city centre. Sully’s café on Quay Street has been transformed with the creation of a 30ſt graffiti mural to celebrate the 2019 Adrian Flux British FIM Speedway Grand

Prix (SGP)

returning to Cardiff this September for the 19th year. Created by Prime Mural Arts, the dynamic street art took 72 hours and over 100 cans of aerosol

to two

complete. Depicting Speedway


– current champion and British rider Tai Woffinden and former champion Jason Doyle – crashing out of the wall on bikes, the spectacular mural is set to grab the attention

of passers-by

on Cardiff’s streets for the next six weeks. Te biggest event of the worldwide speedway calendar will take place on Saturday 21st September at the Principality


WESTON SUPER MARE, BS23 2AH Sunday 22nd September 10am - 4pm Admission: Adults £2.50 Children £1 Parking at the hotel


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Stadium with ticket prices starting at £20, and discounts

available for

families. As well as world-class racing, the Adrian Flux British SGP will also be hosting a dedicated Fanzone at City Hall Lawn from 11:00am until 3:30pm which will be free to attend. Te Fanzone will provide an action-packed day of entertainment featuring live performances


special guests, autograph sessions with the SGP riders, Monster Energy entertainment, a range of food and drink stalls and more. Te main event begins at 5pm and, depending on racing, the action will wrap up around 8pm with a closing ceremony including

a trophy

presentation, victory laps and an award-winning indoor firework display. For more information about #SpeedwayGB and to purchase tickets visit

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were the casts of BBC’s Casualty and Holby City, who were hosting on the day. Gian Molinu, Chair of Pride Cymru said: “Twenty years ago the first Cardiff Mardi Gras took place, so to have Atomic Kitten, Honeyz and Samantha Mumba with us on Sunday and Texas and Tina Cousins on Saturday, means a lot. Teir hits took us back to the 90s and 00s which was incredible. “Te support we have received this year from local politicians, businesses, fellow charities and of course the general public, has been overwhelming and I hope that together, we are taking further strides towards an inclusive society where diversity is celebrated and not just tolerated.” Over 50,000 people came to Cardiff across the three days (23rd, 24th & 25th August) to join Pride Cymru to unite local communities with the LGBT+ community. One of the event’s highlights was Saturday’s parade led by the First Minister of Wales, which was the biggest one in Pride Cymru history, attracting over 15,000 marchers and an estimated 2,000 spectators. Pride Cymru’s Big Weekend will be back in 2020, but in the meantime will continue to work with local communities to further the message of equality and tolerance.

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