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Saturday, 25 August 2012

Screamin Lez and the Mindbenders and Vintage Painted Enamel

Good Morning
from a rather
 damp Arundel
on the
August Bank Holiday weekend
and the last few days
The Arundel Festival

Screamin' Lez and the Mindbenders

Screamin' Lez


Last night, after a day where
many of Arundel Festival's
events were a trifle damp,
the deluge of water stopped,
just in time for the set of
 much loved local Arundel band
Screamin' Lez and the Mindbenders,
down at the Jubilee Gardens.
This is how they describe themselves
“''Rock and Roll band with a punch''
We are exactly what it says on the tin..
'Screaming Lez & The MindBenders' are a high voltage,
explosive rock and roll band from Arundel West Sussex, England.
Playing all the Classics from Elvis to AC/DC
An all male band with front man Danny Smith (Screaming Lez), on Guitars, Fred & Harry, on Bass Ian, and on the drums, the Maestro himself, Stephen Cass.”
They played to a rapturous audience,
many of whom were locals.
Lez AKA Danny Smith said he
 and Fred Hedger were devastated
 when they thought their
set would be rained off.
But they were ecstatic when the
downpour stopped and they were able to play.
The audience,who were of all ages,
children, teenagers, and way beyond,
 were ecstatic,
as they danced along to many
well known rock and roll numbers,
 And by the time the band steamed into  Creedence Clearwater Revival's Bad Moon Rising, the audience went wild,
clearly a real favourite with their loyal fan following.

Thanks Guys,
truly a night to remember.

The Vintage Enamel


is at last finished, and in our warehouse,

down behind the Co-op/ chip shop LOL



You wouldnt even know we were there

but we have 4 showrooms
 of antiques and interiors,
hidden away down
the little alley way next to William Hill
where you turn left at the end
and sharp left again.

There, you will see a little
doorway in the far left corner,
step through
and although not exactly Narnia,
 it comes a pretty close second. LOL
Nass and I will be there
most of the weekend.
Come and say "hello"
if you are in Arundel.
We also have our
Festival Artist,
Jenny ( Venue 2)
who is in her third year with us.


we are in House and Garden magazine this month
We have Victorian Bamboo

and a shed load of other things besides....

Have a wonderful day



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