Rainbow Junction, where Chiswick High Road meets Annandale Rd and Turnham Green Terrace, is revealed at the start of both LGBT+ History month and Football vs Homophobia month of action and is a vivid demonstration of the Council’s commitment to the rights of the borough’s LGBT+ community. 

The idea was the brainchild of West London Queer Project (WLQP), who the Council have worked with over the past year during Pride 2022, and in the development of a new Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion strategy.

The Council have also supported WLQP’s work on wellbeing and social connection through Thriving Communities funding. 

Leader of the Council, Councillor Shantanu Rajawat, commented: 

“Hounslow is a borough where everyone is welcome regardless of sexual orientation or identity.   WLQP have grown from a small group of friends to a borough wide organisation of more than 5000 members in under a year; a clear indication of the need for our LGBT+ community to have a voice, recognition, and support.” 


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