LOVES THE SUNSHINE......!
- SOUTHPORT WEEKENDER 7/8/9 May
FOLLOWING the phenomenal
success of last year's first ever weekender in May, we are
pleased to announce that we have confirmed the same weekend for
our first weekender of 2004.
The action takes place in 4 indoor
arenas with a different vibe to suit all tastes . . . . .
THE HOUSE & GARAGE
RNB, SOUL, HIP HOP & URBAN
Bacardi B Bar
AN EXOTIC MIX OF JAZZ, FUNK, BROKEN BEATS, DRUM & BASS AND
A QUALITY SELECTION OF SOULFUL TUNES
Confirmed DJ's:- Joe
Clausell Tony Humphries King, Britt, DJ Spinna, Sandy
Rivera, Miguel Migs, Gilles Peterson, Kyoto Jazz Massive,
Ronnie Herel, Shortee, Blitz Richard, Searling, Norman Jay,
Bobby, D'ambrosio, Joey Negro, Bob Jones, Rampage, DJ
Diggz, Kev Beadle, Nicola Conte, Jazzy B, Terry Jones, Simon
Dunmore, Scott Bradford, Billy Davidson, Steve Butler,
Starlight Crew, Gary Dennis, Mike Stephens,
Bob Jeffries, Colin Curtis, Jonathan, DJ Swerve, Bigger, Max
Wren, Phil Asher, Simon Mansel,
Andy Davies and Simon 'Schoolboy' Phillips.
THE cost for this weekender
is only £110 per person, which includes accommodation for 2
nights and 3 days in fully equipped self catering apartments,
use of all site facilities and entry to all dance arenas and
FOR ALL BOOKING ENQUIRIES PLEASE CALL 0870 990 1987.
Tickets can be bought on line www.southportweekender.co.uk.
A SMASHING NIGHT OUT
ON Sunday 7 March in Post Office Ave, windows were smashed on all the ground floor windows off all the businesses along the road. Also targeted was Lucy's café. The attack has coursed hundreds of pounds worth of damage and disruption to business. Locate Property Management
said:- "We are shocked. What is it about people? We have only recently moved into the road and now we are faced with a huge bill to replace windows and a massive jump next year in our insurance premiums as a result. If you know who it was, please tell crime stoppers as acts like this only damage the towns economy and also its image."
Since the incident CCTV has now been fitted in the road, paid and run by the businesses in it. One of the businesses in the road said:- "Our road is always over looked by Sefton. It needs a CCTV camera installed like the other roads in Southport tat have bars and pubs on them. That only adds to more security businesses and to the public that use the road. The problem with the cameras installed in Southport, is that there are to few and they often do not operate where the trouble occurs. Recently we have had fireworks being launched down the road as well as footballs being kicked at windows in our road and this is the same type of thing that now happens in most of Southport's back streets and alleyways."
Crimestoppers 0800 555