WIN A TICKET TO BOLTFEST

//WIN A TICKET TO BOLTFEST

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One of our writers is unable to make Boltfest so we thought why not give it out to one of our fans?

 

To be in with a chance to win the spare ticket all you have to do is head on over to our facebook page and like us.

 

http://www.facebook.com/metalgigs

 

We will pick someone random from our like list, and if they are unable to attend pick someone else and so on.

You must be able to meet us before the gig doors open, probably in the Bull and Gate or one of the pubs near to the Forum (winner will be notified where and what we look like!)

We realise that this is a charity event and will be donating to the charity so that the ticket has been paid for twice by us.

 

The charity does some amazing work:

 

“When you’re young life is all about hanging out with your mates, going to festivals and experiencing what life has to offer for the first time, but for six young people every day in the UK absolutely everything is put on hold to deal with having cancer. Usually placed on a children’s ward or with elderly patients, young people often feel extremely isolated whilst being treated.

Teenage Cancer Trust believes young people shouldn’t stop being teenagers just because they have cancer, nor should their lives be defined by it, so the charity builds units in NHS hospitals that offer young people specialist care, bringing them together so they can support each other in an environment suited to their needs.

As well as specialist units, Teenage Cancer Trust also funds a number of services all with the same goal – to help young people fight cancer. These include clinical and research staff, an education programme for schools, family support networks and an annual conference for young cancer patients.

Everything Teenage Cancer Trust does is about making sure these young people have the best possible quality of life and chances of survival. The mission is to give every single young person with cancer access to a specialist teenage unit within a National Health Service hospital in the UK”.

You can find out more info here:

http://www.teenagecancertrust.org/

By |2012-04-05T00:00:00+00:00April 5th, 2012|Featured Gigs|0 Comments

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