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29 July 2009
Hair Product Gift Set Picture Caption Competition!
FORMULA One motor
bike rider, Darren Cooper, took his bike out for a spin a few days
ago and popped in to Scott of Scott
Charles Hairdressers in Tarleton. To win the £50 hair Scott Charles
Product Gift Set, thanks to the Scott Charles’ Tarleton
Salon, all you have to do is write your captions to these pictures,
making a comic book style story. It can be funny, mad
or just plain and simple... Just the same can be said about what you
can do your hair should you win... The winner will be
announced in four weeks time, with in that week’s edition of
Southport Reporter. So get thinking! Closing date is 17 August
2009, 1:00am GMT. You must supply your full name, address and also
your phone number, with your entry. Photos are in the other
The best entries will be selected down to the best 6 and then the
winner picked by Scott himself!
Only one entry per person.
No cash prize alternative will be issued.
The winner must give their correct contact information.
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Media Relations Ltd. and PCBT Photography can enter.
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PIER HEAD SET FOR PARTY 'ON THE WATERFRONT'
Pier Head is being transformed into a massive outdoor concert venue
this weekend. The city's iconic World Heritage Site is to host the
first in a trilogy of FREE cultural festivals - called On The
Waterfront - beginning on Friday, 31 July 2009.
Part one of the inaugural series is Music on the Waterfront which
features musicians from four continents taking to a specially built
stage - installed courtesy of a 55-tonne, 130ft crane.
The music festival begins with a reprisal of the Capital of Culture
smash-hit concert - the Rightful Owners of The Song, which stars the
city's best pub singers performing classic popular songs by greats
from Sinatra and Elvis to Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by the Royal
Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. The two-hour concert begins at
On Saturday 1 August 2009, from 5.30pm to 10pm, the venue will be
awash with the sounds of Africa thanks to one of Liverpool’s best
loved festivals. Africa Oyé will be showcasing the very best of its
festival favourites with top of the bill superstar, Oumou Sangaré of
Mali, ‘Groupe Lolou’ from Senegal and the ‘Hohodza Band’ from
Zimbabwe who reside in exile in Blackpool.
The musical extravaganza reaches a climax the following day with a
classic Lazy Sunday Afternoon, from 1pm-5pm, featuring some of
Liverpool’s finest Latin, Blues and Funk players and visiting
international artists. Star acts include The Grapes Band, the seven
piece funk monster band - 6ix Toys, Lightnin’ Willie and the Poor
Boys and Connie Lush - widely regarded as one of the finest blues
singers the UK has ever produced, having been voted Best UK Female
Vocalist by readers of Blues In Britain for 5 separate years.
Throughout Sunday afternoon there will also be Samba performances at
the south side of the Pier Head by Liverpool Carnival Company, and
music and dance from young performance groups working with Brouhaha
In total more than 200 musicians and performers, from 9 countries
will take to the stage for more than 12 hours of free music.
Culture Liverpool, Liverpool City Councils’ culture service, with
Walk The Plank as Creative Producer, have created this FREE
programme of events using a wide range of media, over three
weekends, featuring Britain’s biggest outdoor cinema screen.
Councillor Gary Millar, Liverpool City Council's Executive Member
for Culture and Tourism, said:- "Liverpool’s waterfront is one
of the greatest in the world and deserves to be the home of a world
class festival. On The Waterfront has all the hallmarks of what was
best about best of capital of culture – free, ambitious and
appealing to everyone. And what better way for a world music city
like Liverpool to begin than with a celebration of the sounds that
shaped this city and the world."
The ‘On The Waterfront’ season, which plays on the city's
connections with New York, involves collaboration with key creative
partners such as the RLPO, National Museums Liverpool, Tate
Liverpool, FACT and Liverpool Lantern Company.
The waterfront festival is one of the showpiece highlights of
Liverpool's 2009 cultural calendar and will incorporate elements of
Liverpool's critically acclaimed European Capital of Culture
Photos for the
competition are in the
following order. First at top of the page is Photo 1 ending at
bottom of page with Photo 5. All five must have a caption to
make up your story line.
NOT FORGET! FORMBY LIVE EVENT THIS WEEKEND!
will not only host Woodvale Rally this weekend (1 August to 2 August
2009) but it will also host the Formby Live event. With local
bands from all over Seton taking to the stage out side the Formby
Pool building and in venues through out the village. See the
flyer/poster below for more information! To enlarge them, just
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