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What do we do?
Weird runs an annual event each year and prides itself on excellent customer service, good speaker hospitality, fantastic lectures, great venues and an amazing weekend for everyone. Between our annual events we maintain a news and articles webpage showcasing articles and news items on diverse subject matters.
Weird is run by a core group of six individuals all of whom have an interest in the unknown and the mysterious. The core group are joined by additional helpers during event weekends to enable us to deliver excellent customer and speaker services during the event. We also have a number of publishers who contribute articles to the website.
We are proud of our values and believe that events should be value for money and make every effort to put on the best speakers available for the best price.
Chris Williams, Tom Scholes, Andrea Lond,
Darren Williams, Liz Scholes, Tracey Williams
Web Site Contributors:
Chris Williams, Rhys Furnage
Organisation & Media Liaison: Chris Williams
Business Development: Andrea Lond
Website: Chris Williams
Graphics Design: Sam Kelly
Zibbo & Bop: Steve Rack
Do you want to be involved in Weird?
We are always looking for good articles and content for the site. If you know of an interesting story or have written an article why not submit it to Weird? You can also join as a contributor and have your own regular column or simply post articles when you can!
Why not get in touch and bring your skills to the fastest growing event group in the UK.
Weird, originally called Weird Wiltshire, was formed in 2008 with the sole intention of putting on a event in Warminster to celebrate its UFO history. Backed mostly by members of SUFOR (Swindon UFO Research) the website, graphics and videos were created and the event launched. By the time the event arrived, a core group of people had formed outside of the original team and the event was run.
At the end of 2009 the team morphed again and began the long journey of staging the 2010 event. Other projects such as Weird Talking, Weird Investigations and a radio show Clear Air Turbulence were also initiated at this time. As the 2010 event moved closer all other projects were closed down to focus on the main event – weird 10.
Post Weird 10 the team was again changed resulting in the dedicated and hard working crew that run weird today. Weird is now set to put on an annual events and other internet based projects which will launch in the future.