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Rutland County Council raise Rainbow Flag in support of LGBT+ History Month

Rutland County Council are flying the rainbow flag for inclusion and diversity at the Council offices throughout February to mark LGBT+ History Month.

The flag is a symbol of Rutland’s commitment to its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens.

“It is with great pride that Rutland County Council are flying the rainbow flag at the Council Offices, not only to support LGBT+ History Month, but also to celebrate the diverse community we have in Rutland.”Councillor Oliver Hemsley, Leader of Rutland County Council

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