Got ya! April Fools!
Only joking, anyone that followed the link below this morning has been had by the OrganFax Team. We couldn't resist!
If you didn't get to see it, here it is below:
Thought you might be interested to know that following the UK Government's Freedom Of Information Act you can now get access to ALL speed camera offences registered in the last 12 months.
Did you know that every time your car goes past a speed camera,even 1mph over the set limit, it is registered and put on a database? You only get a ticket if you are... Read more.
Club officials may be interested in taking a look at two new items on the OrganFax Forum. The first deals with the subject How to raise funds for your club and the second is How to improve the membership of your club. It is our hope that the clubs will share ideas and so help all. We started it, now its up to you!
For those that are interested in all things Hammond, there is a new official website in development. The site is still in its beta test state however it has some interesting new features. The one that caught our eye was the blog which at the time of writing this item tells us that Malc and Barrie are currently at the airport having a beer whilst waiting for a plane to Frankfurt!
Brett Wales and David Ingley are the latest to add their CD's to the OrganFax Shop.
We currently have two CD's from both with more to come in the next few days.
Don't forget, we also have a host of registration disks and styles available along with many DVD's and CD's from your favourite artistes.
Why not take a closer look at the OrganFax Shop
Our latest product to hit the OrganFax Shop is Matthew Bason's new CD 'Collections'.
Playing the Orla Compact Lusso, Matthew has recorded many organ society favourites including The Beer Barrell Polka, Over The Rainbow, Fields Of Gold, Lullaby Of Birdland, Meditation and a 12 item show selection to name but a few.
Priced at just £7.00 (plus £1.00 p&p) this CD is a must. To take a closer look, go to the OrganFax Shop where you will also find his last CD 'This Is My Lovely Day' played on Yamaha EL70.
Jean Martyn has been in touch and asked us to share the following with you all. She writes:
"I have been chosen to represent England at the 100th Birmingham International Convention from 21st-24th June 2009. Delegates are attending this Convention from all over the World, so it is a great honour to have been chosen to do this.
I would like to convey my thanks to Bob Ware my manager, who has liaised with the Directors of Rotary in America, and made this dream become reality.
Also on June 20th which is my birthday, I am returning to my birthplace of Lichfie... Read more.