The Ten Strings Duo' perform
at Leo's Bar Southport!
...Photographs by Patrick
IT was not your normal night at a bar
in Southport, at Leo's Bar, on Nevill Street, 2 symphonic orchestra members from
Sicily took to the stage to perform. Returning to Liverpool area, after
performing at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, both virtuoso guitarist David Sciacca
and gifted violinist Marianatalia Ruscica delivered a fantastic set. Also for
those who attended, it came with a fantastic 3 course dinner! "We had a
very refreshing night at Leo's Bar! We would like to thank both of them for
putting on an amazing show. This was very relaxing and highly entertaining
event. Also the food was extremely good..." said staff from The
Captain's Quarters Guest House
House, who had booked tickets specially to
see the 2 perform. These are a few snaps and we will add some video soon to our
Page from the event.
Train collides with car on
the Merseyrail's Northern Line
A blue coloured car collided with a
Liverpool bound Merseyrail train, on the Northern Line, at an unmanned level
crossing on Crescent Road and Grosvenor Road, Hillside. The train travelling
between Southport and Liverpool pushed the car in the direction of Conyers
Avenue, with the train stopping about half way down. The train stopped with the
car partly wedged under it, just before the back of Southport and Birkdale
Sports Club. Emergency services and British Transport Police attended the scene
and rail services in both directions where cancelled for the rest of the night.
At the point of publication of this edition have not got any more confirmed
Miss Southport, Chloe Brown, opens
The Hollies Rest Home's 'Summer Fair'
KGV Student Chloe Brown, who won Miss
Southport, visited her work place, The Hollies Rest Home, in a new role, on
Sunday, 21 August 2016. The home, located on Mornington Road, in Southport,
provides compassionate residential and nursing care for people with a range of
care needs and this year they decided to hold a 'Summer Fair' for
the residents. 1 of the residents at the home, John, was be celebrating his
104th Birthday as well! Family and friends of the residents, along with the
staff enjoyed a range of activities that included:- a BBQ, many traditional
games, lawn games, along with entertainment provided by Southport's 'The
Mellowtones.' It even had face painting, with not just the visiting
grand children getting painted! Chloe perform the official opening duties as
well as other related activities. This was a fantastic event that entertained
residents and raised cash for Cancer Research UK.
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