The city of Liverpool has incorporated a rainbow arch on the street signs within its gay quarter
The signs unveiled today will be used on Stanley Street, Cumberland Street, Temple Lane, Eberle Street, and Temple Street.
Adam Simpson from Liverpool LGB&T said: “The Liverpool LGB&T Network are proud to see such a visible indication of the joint work between the community, business and Liverpool City Council.”
“We will continue to work together with the City Council to develop the Stanley Street Quarter into a first rate destination for residents and visitors.”
Councillor Nick Small said: “The new signs clearly show that we are recognising where the LGBT scene is based in the city and that it is a very important part of our city life.”
The unveiling was done by Deputy Lord Mayor, Councillor Sharon Sullivan, and has taken place in Liverpool’s month long Homotopia gay arts festival.