Tuesday, 11 November 2008

It's surprising what you find on You Tube ...

Look what Colin Woodland discovered the other day on a clip of the Fentones playing the Breeze and I.

If you look towards the bottom of the poster you will see the name Peter Lodge. This is none other than our own Pete Lodge, who is a regular performer at VSL - at least he was until Paula crept up behind him in her sussies last Christmas.

I''ll bet he dreamt many times back then - whilst appearing with Joe Brown, the Tornados, and Eden Kane - that one day he would get the chance to appear at Vintage Sixties Live, and on the same stage as Big Jim, Colin Woodland and Don Boot.
But the last pic is proof that dreams can come true.

You can come home now Pete - we have put her back in her cage.


Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Charity Gigs Update

The combined total the Charity Events held at Croxdale WMC on 7 June 2008 raised over £1200 for the Great North Air Ambulance.

The Charity Evening organised by the Pelton Fell Community Group in Aid of the Kelly McKitten Family Fund at Great Lumley WMC in September raised over £1300.

This is a copy of the letter of thanks received from the Pelton Fell Community Co-Ordinator Eileen Hayes.

Our next Charity Evening will be held in the Croxdale Community Centre on Saturday 22 November 2008. Proceeds will be divided between the Great North Air Ambulance and the Neurofibromatosis Association (details on the website at http://www.nfauk.org/).

Tickets - £3 each - will be available at the next VSL Club Night.

"Be there or B Square"