The band will be making a welcome return to this enjoyable family event in the small village of South Moreton.
We are delighted to announce a generous band sponsorship of £150 from JEK Sofware Support.
Run by band member Jeremy Kay, JEK Software Support enables small and medium sized organisations to operate more effectively through the creation of bespoke, cost-effective software/database applications. The company focuses on understanding the real business drivers behind a process and then works with each client to develop a solution that uniquely supports that process.
Jeremy is an experienced systems developer with expertise across a range of software tools, and has extensive software engineering experience working for a range of organisations in both the public and private sectors. He is a certified Lotus professional (Lotus Notes application development), and his skills include SQL Server, Crystal Reports, VB/VBA, MS Access & Excel, ASP & ASP.NET.
Jeremy founded JEK Software Support in 2002 to bring his particular mix of problem solving skills and technical strengths to a range of organisations.
We are delighted to announce a generous cash sponsorship from Olivia Kiernan at The Chiropractic Clinic, Broadway Didcot.
Olivia is the principal chiropractor at The Chiropractic Clinic and trained in chiropractic at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in the University of Glamorgan in Wales, graduating in 2003.
As part of the stipulations to maintain registration with the General Chiropractic Council every chiropractor must partake in continuing professional development. Over the years Olivia has undertaken postgraduate courses on myofascial dry needling (a form of acupuncture), care of paediatrics and currently applied kinesiology.
Olivia has chosen to set up this clinic in Didcot to provide a high standard, caring chiropractic service to the local community.
We’re delighted to announce a Free Concert on Sunday 9 September 2012, provisionally from 2 o/c – 4 o/c, at Tickers Folly Bandstand, Boham’s Lane, Blewbury.
Bring a rug, and enjoy listening to your local brass band. Bring your children as well, to play on the playground swings, slide and climbing frames…and to make raucous noises on a full range of brass instruments!