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    Quentin Walker wrote:
    To close roads for an event attended by circa 100 people is ridiculous.
    It's only for just one hour............road
    s are closed much longer in other instances!"
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Pride parade leads to road closures

Oxford Mail: The Oxford Pride parade last year The Oxford Pride parade last year

Oxford Pride – the city’s annual Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Transgender parade – takes place today.

It will begin at Ship Street at noon and will travel through the centre of Oxford to Oxpens Recreation Ground.

The route will cover Cornmarket Street, Queen Street and Bonn Square, with the roads being closed during the parade.

Oxford Bus Company said there may be some delays to buses from noon to 1pm.

 

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