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Next year (2015) sees the Scarborough Electronic Organ Society celebrate it’s Golden Anniversary. The society was founded early in 1965 by a group of organ enthusiasts and was originally known as the Scarborough Hammond Organ Society before it took on it’s present name.
Dave Turner (Hon Secretary), on behalf of the Committee, has asked us to pass on the following message.
"I would like to thank all of the members, visitors, and, of course, artistes who have supported us over all those year... Read more.
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Michael Wooldridge in conjunction with Septre Promotions are launching a new Wurlitzer based organ festival at the East Sussex National Hotel in Uckfield. October 2015 will see this 4-Star extravORGANza Deluxe Event which is billed with the tag line “where real luxury meets real theatre organ meets keyboard magic”
Prices start from £289 per person for 3 nights half-board (evening carvery), including all-day entertainment from a host of top names John Mann, Tony Stace, Nicholas Marti... Read more.
This in from Eden Park.
"Dear all at Organfax. It was 4 years ago that we closed and reformed the club following a generous donation from a well wisher. At next months concert we will celebrate the extra 4 years we managed to salvage and enjoy. To all loyal members and visitors it is with deep regret that we have to inform you as the 2014 season is coming to an end, we have had to make the decision to close down the Eden Park Music Club. We have lost many relia... Read more.
The Walnuts Shopping Centre in Orpington supported the Orpington Keyboard Club for “Children In Need” last Friday (14th November).
John Parker, Chairman of the club, played his Korg keyboard to the unsuspecting shoppers! His wife Ann, ably assisted by the Secretary of the club, Paul Groombridge and fellow members, Vera Jakeman and Lynda Mayne, helped to raise £92.30 collected, within the two-hour event.
John said "We would like to acknowledge the support of the management of the Walnut... Read more.