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REPORTING HATE CRIME
REPORTING HATE CRIME
If you believe you are experiencing Hate Crime what can you do about it? Please contact Norma Thompson via the Swindon Equality Coalition by return email to email@example.com who will advise you on what to do next and how to report this to Wiltshire Police.
If you experience hate crime and witness it, been attacked, harm or hurt. "REPORT IT"
Hate crime can be reported by a third party, tell someone, friend, teacher, organisation, contact your local police by phoning 101.
IF IT IS AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 999
What has 10 legs and rocks?...You were going to say Spidasense, right? Well, good guess, you're technically correct, but the answer we were looking for was 1/10 of a centipede riding a swing. Anyhow, 10 legs, 15 eyes*, Spidasense have all those things and more. Like facial hair and a weird 'helmet' finger. Musically, they play songs that would not be out of place in a Broadway show, if that Broadway show was about getting laid whilst under Henry Weston's withering stare. (That's a metaphor for being pissed, he's not in the room watching you do it.)
No one can define Spidasense. Everyone has tried, and the best they can come up with is 'hmmmmmmm.... dunno, but it makes me want to play at helicopters. Ace!".
Spidasense have no agenda other than to be recognised as the hardest act to follow on any live line up. Expect lots of fun, but beneath the goofy, yet wildly sexy exterior are 5 outstanding musicians that come together to create memorable songs we feel the world needs to hear. We hope you agree!
(*third eye if you're a hippy, Japs if you're a laaaaad)
Georgia is a young, talented musician, that sings across all the genres from 'Rock & Roll' to Soul. Georgia has previously performed at the ‘Free Radio Event’, The ‘Miss England Event’ and many other Festivals, she is continuously entertaining her audience and really looking forward to performing at Swindon and Wiltshire Pride 10th Birthday.
STEPHEN G SLOAN STAGE
SUMMER BEATS STAGE
© SWINDON & WILTSHIRE PRIDE
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These licences ensure that music publishers, songwriters and composers are fairly rewarded with royalties so they can keep making music - and mean that we’re able to support music at events like this.
For more information about PRS for Music or music licensing, visit www.prsformusic.com or call 0800 068 4828