Tuesday, 10 May 2011

B&Q Bringing back the Sixties Night

WHAT A NIGHT!!!

The B&Q Bringing back the Sixties Night was a great success raising £3,000 for Ashgate Hospice andThe Fire Fighters Charity.





To show your support, please contact Neil at B&Q on 01246 555867 & buy a DVD for just £5.00 - THANK YOU!




Thank you to Neil for getting us involved, and for his kind words below:


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  • The Next Event is in Early November - Bringing back the 70's


  • Bringing back the Sixties returns in April 2012

SEE YOU THERE!

Friday, 22 April 2011

DOLE NOT COAL @ THE QUAD, DERBY

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A Small Cinema - Big Ambition!


Rotherham's First Film Festival opens Thursday 21st - Saturday 23rd April 2011, at the Old Market Cinema on the Corner of Market Street and Corporation Street.

The Lord Mayor cuts the ribbon to open the event with a host of films produced in the region, along with archive footage, which starts a full 3 day schedule of local interest and cultural films, the public don't always get a chance to see: http://asmallcinema.wordpress.com/2011/04/07/a-small-cinema-event-timetable/

Compress Media's 'Dole not Coal' will be closing the show as Saturday's Evening Feature. Starting at 8pm, the documentary reveals the history, impact and legacy of the 84-85 Miner's Strike from the Striking Miners' perspective through original interviews with Tony Benn & Dennis Skinner MP, together with men and women most affected by the strike.
http://www.compressmedia.com/Coal_Not_Dole.html






Wednesday, 30 March 2011

VOLUNTARY ACTION ROTHERHAM REFERENCE


Thank you to V.A.R. for the glowing reference, below:


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It was a pleasure meeting and working with all nine nominees and we look forward to working with V.A.R again soon.

http://www.varotherham.org.uk/



Thursday, 13 January 2011

A Thankyou from Renishaw Park Golf Club

Jan 2011 - Renishaw Park Golf Club Centenary DVD

We thoroughly enjoyed working with Renishaw Park, and it was our pleasure putting the pieces of the Club's 100 year history together on DVD, but nothing makes our job more rewarding that receiving a letter like the one below:


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We wish Renishaw Park all the best for the next 100 years to come.