Birmingham’s annual Pink Picnic returns to the city this month.
The picnic takes place at Kings Heath Park on Saturday 15 September, 1pm - 5pm. Organisers are keen to make it clear that everyone’s welcome to attend - so whether you’re single, married, have kids or dogs, feel free to pop along and soak up the atmosphere.
And don’t forget to pack your hamper with the odd cheeky treat - if you can’t enjoy the guilty pleasure of a mini pork pie or four during an early-autumn picnic with friends, then when can you?
For more information, visit www.blgbt.org or call 0121 643 0821.
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