Seagulls celebrate inclusiveness with successful Pride function 

(Guest speaker Tony Briffa. Photos by Martin Keep). 

Williamstown held its annual Pride Round on Saturday, May 8 to help promote diversity and celebrate inclusiveness.

Finger food and beverages were enjoyed by guests up in the luxurious Seaview Events Centre prior to the VFLW's night match against the Casey Demons.

Attendees were lucky to hear from guest speaker and local resident Cr Tony Briffa, who is a proud human rights activist. 

Williamstown's VFL and VFLW teams both wore specially-designed guernseys - a rainbow sash replacing the standard yellow sash - on the day.  


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