Builder and developer Seddon flew the flag for Salford’s LGBT community at Manchester Pride.
The company, which has offices in Bolton, donated a float in support of the event on Saturday, August 29.
One of Seddon’s joiners built the float using materials donated by the firm, while a driver and mascot Seddy Teddy helped out on the day.
A keen supporter of the event, Seddon also donated £400 to Manchester Pride.
This is the third year that the company has partnered with Salford City Council in its festivities.
Vanessa Barlow, CSR Co-ordinator at Seddon, said: "As a company we are dedicated to supporting the communities we work in and our involvement in Manchester Pride is one of the many of things we do every year to give back to the local area.
"Seddon established in Salford in 1897 and we continue to support projects and events across the city to this day.”