Council flies flag for Pridevember

Wattle Range community groups and organisations are again invited to join Wattle Range Council in flying the rainbow flag in support of ‘Pridevember’.

The rainbow flag of pride will fly atop the flagpole outside Wattle Range Council’s principal office in Millicent for the second consecutive November.

The decision was made at the July council meeting, with elected members resolving to support the organisers of Adelaide’s annual Feast Arts and Cultural Festival, in flying the flag for the duration of the event.

It is an initiative aimed at creating a vibrant, fun and safe South Australian pride experience.

Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll is now encouraging others in the region to get involved.

“Additional flags are also being made available to local organisations and community groups who wish to join us and fly the flag for all or part of ’Pridevember’,” he said.

“It is important that we respect and support all members of our community.

“This is an excellent opportunity to celebrate inclusivity and diversity, whilst showing our support for the LGBTIQ+ community.”

Any group interested in flying the rainbow flag during ‘Pridevember’ should contact the council.

A rainbow flag was flown at Southend last November.

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