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Dragons Den Event
14th March 2014
Setting up and
networking
Our Dragons
The three ‘Dragons’
Becky Brooks, Editor ofThe Journal,
Suzanne Norbury, from the Somerset
Guardian, and
Anna ...
Radstock 1st
Scout group
Tent
Westfield
Ladies choir
Music sheets
The
Community
Bus
Easter Play
Scheme
SulisScorpians
Cycle training
for young
people
TheTime Bomb
Compère for the evening was Dom
Chambers, from SomerValley FM
90 second pitch
The
Boom
Stage
Young people
wanting a
music event
Play 8 - 80
Lady birdy joined
us for Kirsten
Lane’s bid for
funding to create
a new web site.
Voting
All residents
able to vote
and had to vote
for the best 5
projects
Presentations
for the
successful
applicants
Robin Moss ~ Chair of the Steering
group
Dom Chambers ~ Compère
Certificate
The Boom Stage crew
Successful
applicants
WithGrateful
Thanks
The three ‘Dragons’
Becky Brooks, Editor ofThe Journal,
Suzanne Norbury, from the
Somerset Guardian, a...
The
“Battle of the
Bands”
Battle of the Bands 2014
Victoria Hall, Radstock
Friday, April 25th
2014
The inaugural Battle of...
Sarah Westell, Radstock and Westfield Big Local
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  1. 1. Dragons Den Event 14th March 2014
  2. 2. Setting up and networking
  3. 3. Our Dragons The three ‘Dragons’ Becky Brooks, Editor ofThe Journal, Suzanne Norbury, from the Somerset Guardian, and Anna Parry, fromThe Loft, in Radstock,
  4. 4. Radstock 1st Scout group Tent
  5. 5. Westfield Ladies choir Music sheets
  6. 6. The Community Bus Easter Play Scheme
  7. 7. SulisScorpians Cycle training for young people
  8. 8. TheTime Bomb Compère for the evening was Dom Chambers, from SomerValley FM
  9. 9. 90 second pitch
  10. 10. The Boom Stage Young people wanting a music event
  11. 11. Play 8 - 80 Lady birdy joined us for Kirsten Lane’s bid for funding to create a new web site.
  12. 12. Voting All residents able to vote and had to vote for the best 5 projects
  13. 13. Presentations for the successful applicants Robin Moss ~ Chair of the Steering group Dom Chambers ~ Compère
  14. 14. Certificate The Boom Stage crew
  15. 15. Successful applicants
  16. 16. WithGrateful Thanks The three ‘Dragons’ Becky Brooks, Editor ofThe Journal, Suzanne Norbury, from the Somerset Guardian, and Anna Parry, fromThe Loft, in Radstock, Compère for the evening was Dom Chambers, from SomerValley FM
  17. 17. The “Battle of the Bands” Battle of the Bands 2014 Victoria Hall, Radstock Friday, April 25th 2014 The inaugural Battle of the Bands took place at Victoria Hall in Radstock on Friday, April 25th thanks to the generous backing of the Westfield and Radstock Big Local and the Radstock Youth Partnership. Four bands and performers took part with a fantastically high standard throughout the evening. Local residents showed great support for the event which was put together to give the winning band a place at Peasedown St. John’s annual Party in the Park, a place at Bath’s Party in the City and a £100 cash prize. The standard was set immediately with a superb set by The Wranglers who brought their brilliantly crafted songs to the appreciating crowd who had begun to relax into the evening. Too Much Lipstick were up next and they entered with a high energy performance of their increasingly popular “It’s Got Me” single. Big things are expected from the five piece from Bath and they didn’t disappoint. Following that there was a change of pace as local acoustic act Arthur Hannan’s soulful vocals and creative mixing of classic songs send chills through the room. The final band, Rivers of England, returning to Victoria Hall after playing at the opening night, closed the evening with their own blend of modern folk and won the judges over enough to win the competition. Rivers of England will now appear at Bath’s Party in the City on May 16th and at Peasedown Party in the Park on June 14th at Beacon Field in Peasedown. I would like to place on record my thanks to the Big Local and to Radstock Youth Partnership for their support for Battle of the Bands – we were able to bring some of the best local talent around to Victoria Hall and showcase how the venue can be an integral point of a new music scene in the area. I would also like to thank HL Audio for an absolutely superb service with the PA system, Somer Valley FM for their promotion of the event, Enlightened Lighting for their lights and a number of key individuals who were integral in making this night happen – Martha Brothers, George and Sue Hill, Emma Shoosmith, Simon Allen, Caroline Green, Dom Chambers, Luke Barnes, Isha and Jeremy Harris, Ben Curd and Phil Fairington.
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