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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Q: Is there an entrance fee for the event?
A: There are no entry charges but do feel free to make a donation in one of the many collecting tins to help keep Pride free.
Q: Where are the Town Gardens?
A: The Town Gardens are located between Bath Road and Westlecot Road. The postcode for drop car drop offs is SN1 4EP.
Q: How do I get from the Train Station to the Town Gardens?
A: There will be taxis at the station or you can call one of the local companies. Buses run frequently from the Fleming way stops (4 min walk from station – numbers 22 and 25 drop close to the gardens Numbers 11 and 12 operate very regularly and drop a 10 minute walk away
Q: Is the parking at the event?
A: There is no on-site parking and very limited disabled parking. Nearby car parks can be found in Old Town and there are ample level and Multi storey car parking in the town centre near the bus stops in Fleming way.
Q: Is there Disable access within the park?
A: The Park is fully accessible with ramping to all areas. Some areas are laid to grass so going may be cumbersome in rain. With trees growing some areas can be uneven and due caution should be used.
Q: Is there Disabled parking near the park?
A: The parking zones along Quarry Road, will be coned off for Disabled Parking.
Q: Can we bring alcohol into the event?
A: Yes, but this is limited please refer to our Alcohol Policy (NEW FOR 2017!)
Q: Is the event suitable for children?
A: Pride is inclusive of all. Children are welcomed; especially with an accompanying adult.
Q: What time does the parade start?
A: 11:15am from Springfield Road – late arrivals are free to carry on the tradition of trying to keep a costume in place whilst running after Parade.
Q: What time does the event finish?
A: The Main Stage finishes at 10:20pm
Q: Can I bring Food to the event?
A: We have a variety of fabulous food outlets on site but if you would really like to carry your own picnic with you then please do – Please remember any wines/beers etc in a picnic will fall under our alcohol policy. (Did we mention we have a bar as well?)
Q: Are Dogs allowed at the event?
A: Dogs are allowed in the park during the event, but will not be permitted into the Main Stage area during the event. View our full dog policy here.
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