Very much looking forward to being back on the road again, all the way up the B916. It’s been ages since the last time. Bring it on.
Well, after an extremely busy summer for the ones still at work and lots of trips away for the ones who have achieved liberty, the band is revving up for the autumn schedule.
We say a huge thank you to Dalgety Bay Community Council for their grant towards the purchase of new mikes and stands.
We are looking forward very much to playing for everyone again, hope to see you all soon.
We have decided to make donations to the undernoted
Carnegie Spartans Gymnastic Club
Maggie’s Centres, after Maggie Jencks.
Sick Kids Hospital, Edinburgh
Children’s Hospice Association Scotland, Rachel House, Kinross
All nominated by band members.
Thanks are due to:-
- Everyone who came along on May 9th to Inverkeithing and made the evening so enjoyable.
- Everyone who donated a raffle prize
- The groupies for help with the raffle and tickets and tidying up
- Joe McIntyre and Frank DiCarlo for their assistance on the day and yet again to Joe for being MC.
After 8 Mince will be playing in IKThing, in St Peter in Chains church hall. Many thanks to the priest and Joe McIntyre for facilitating this. There will also be a raffle, all proceeds to a charity to be named by A8M, real soon now.
After 8 Mince enjoyed a very pleasant evening at St. Ninian’s Church in Dunfermline last week. Many thanks to the Guild for hosting us, and for the beautiful spread at the interval. Looking forward to having Alex back with us for our next outing. This was our first foray for 2014, so all the more welcome for that.
Recently we played several gigs in quick succession and various pictures were taken. It’s never easy to photograph seven people when at least three of them are singing and all of them are trying to remember what comes next. This was a good effort under trying circumstances, taken by Wilma.