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Time for tea as charity helps to brew up equality backing

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: July 03, 2013

showing support   The   equality tea party hosted by Spectrum South West Wales, the charity that organises Swansea Pride, was attended by Swansea East MP Sian James, Swansea West MP Geraint Davies,  Swansea West AM Julie James, South Wales Police Inspector Andy Rees, Swansea Council leader   David Phillips, Swansea councillor and Cabinet Member Mitch Theaker, Swansea Councillor and  the council's LGBT champion Jon Bayliss and Swansea councillor and the equalities committee chairwoman Fiona Gordon.

showing support The equality tea party hosted by Spectrum South West Wales, the charity that organises Swansea Pride, was attended by Swansea East MP Sian James, Swansea West MP Geraint Davies, Swansea West AM Julie James, South Wales Police Inspector Andy Rees, Swansea Council leader David Phillips, Swansea councillor and Cabinet Member Mitch Theaker, Swansea Councillor and the council's LGBT champion Jon Bayliss and Swansea councillor and the equalities committee chairwoman Fiona Gordon.

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A TEA party has been thrown in Swansea to help promote equality.

Guests included Swansea East MP Sian James, Swansea West MP Geraint Davies, Swansea Council leader David Phillips, Swansea West AM Julie James, South Wales Police Inspector Andy Rees, and Swansea Councillor and Cabinet Member Mitch Theaker. Peter Martin, chairman of Spectrum South West Wales who organised the event said: "It is the one day of the year where people, their friends and family from across the region come together to have a great day out.

"There's a serious side to the event though and there are always a wide range of public sector bodies and local charities on site promoting their services to visitors.

"It is fantastic that so many of our elected representatives showed their support for our tea party and engaging in a lively and stimulating conversation."

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