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Together we have looked at group types and overall sizes and taken a structured approach to help guide our decisions on how to calculate the number of spaces."The Parade is at the heart of Pride and the overwhelming number of applicants shows how important it is for people. Sadly, London's streets are just not big enough to accommodate everyone and we can't ask volunteers, who already start their shifts hours before the Parade, to steward an even longer event.We have been working closely with the Pride in London Board and Parade Team to approve groups to participate and then advise on the difficult decision to reduce the numbers. We believe we have struck a good balance which protects LGBT community groups and allows for an overall increase in the number of participants. The diversity of Pride is of paramount importance and we believe smaller groups will allow for a greater diversity of people to take part. It also means London's Pride Parade remains the biggest in the country.There are other ways of taking part - you could also consider submitting an event for our a Festival or volunteering with us.We will also be sending instructions to our first parade briefing session in April.Siobhan Linard, operations director of Pride in London, said:“We want to thank Underbelly, our production partner for the past four years.They have been pivotal in helping us grow Pride into the event it is today.Today, Pride in London announces the appointment of innovision as its new production partner for 2018.The exciting new partnership follows confirmation from the Mayor of London that Pride in London has been re-appointed to organise The Parade for a further five years.
We are extremely thankful for the work and dedication of these organisations and will continue to support them in the fight for equality.
To get there we have worked with the Greater London Authority and Westminster City Council to increase the capacity, which is now 10% bigger than last year.