Flintshire County Council is raising the rainbow flag outside County Hall again
this year to support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) history
month during February.
This annual event gives people the opportunity to learn more about the
histories and achievements of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and
the gay and civil rights movement.
It is also a time to remember the discrimination many have faced and the
journey that has been made towards LGBT equality.
Sharon Carney, Lead HR Business Partner, said: “The flying of the rainbow flag
is important for the Council. Flying the flag throughout LGBT history month
sends a clear signal that we are committed to equality for everyone, both
within the Council and our wider community.