Artist's joy to share in Cowbridge's Pride

By Nub News Reporter

21st Sep 2022 | Local News

Pop artist Nathan Wyburn has created a colourful installation outside Cowbridge Town Hall as part of Pride week in the town, which began today (Wednesday, 21 September).

The artist, richly proud of his Welsh ancestry, says: "A huge pleasure to Rainbow Brick Road the heck out of Cowbridge Town Hall for the start of Cowbridge Pride this morning!

"There's also four rainbow butterfly selfie spots around the town supporting a whole week of fabulous events organised by my buddy Ian H Watkins."

Today also saw the raising of the LGBTQ+ flag above the town hall.

Details of events in and around the town can be found via this link.

Nathan Wyburn at on of the butterfly spots.


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