Thursday, August 30, 2007

Bootstock 2007


Not strictly relevant, but worthwhile nonetheless. Through my good friend Hugh Mackay, the creator of and driving force behind Bootstock, I am a founder member of the Bootstock Association, a charity which puts disadvantaged children in the Humla province of Nepal through school. The money raised by previous Bootstocks has provided education for more than 100 children per year, so let me plug this years event taking place NEXT WEEKEND (see above).
Visit http://www.bootstock.org/ to find out about 'the North East's friendliest music festival' and how it has grown from a party in Hugh's garage in a little over five years.
A location map for the venue is here: http://www.kelvaris.co.uk/eastgrange/our_location.htm

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