Last Sunday evening, Sir Ian & Lady Sally MacFadyen were special guests at a dinner hosted by Windsor & Eton Rotary Club in the Pavilion at Sir Christopher Wren Hotel. “Oh what a night!” The champagne flowed before dinner, The … Continue reading Sir Ian MacFadyen Farewell Dinner
Hello once again and greetings from the other side of the world. My theatrical based travels now find me in Auckland having completed three weeks in Wellington with the musical Annie. The journey, I have to say, is long! I left … Continue reading There’s more to Wellington than boots…
After seemingly brief sojourn in Leicester the big pink bus moved onto Edinburgh. I say seemingly brief because nothing of any exceptional merit occurred. Eateries were eclectic and our random corner by the De Montfort hall was fairly typical. A local … Continue reading Start spreading the Noos… Monarch of the puddings reaches Scotland (again)
Greetings from Newcastle upon Tyne, jewel of the north. It’s probably twenty years since I worked here last and it’s changed a lot. There’s been a fair amount of regeneration and it would appear that there’s a decent amount of … Continue reading Ha’way The Lads (and Lassies)
We have recently seen several businesses seriously affected by flooding or blocked access. St Mark’s Square in Venice floods regularly. I have had the pleasure of walking across chairs to reach St Mark’s. Planks and chairs are one solution but … Continue reading When the chips are down, what will security cost you?
We are now safely nestled in Wolverhampton, playing the Grand Theatre. The business of show is doing well and it’s nice to be in an orchestra pit once again. It was always going to be tough to beat Brighton and … Continue reading Monarch of the puddings – Cardiff & that place off of the M1…
I went on holiday to Morocco end of October 2013, we went round the Souks at night and during the day. We went one night and the place was alive, there was food, snake charmers chasing people with snakes if … Continue reading You only got five camels for your sister!
Refreshed after a week off the Monarch of the Puddings tour landed in Brighton. Now the good Mrs F had just toured here with her play and so I was a little prepared for our trip. The Theatre Royal Brighton … Continue reading Peoples Republic of Brightonia & Turkish food courts – The tour continues
I asked Jazzmouse for his latest “on the road” story for our fun 2PM slot but I figured this could be moved up to 10AM & combined with a spot or real time social media engagement… How long will it … Continue reading JazzMouse’s Favourite Food & Drink in Norwich
Has your lucky number come in? Here they are in number order… Can we swap for a week in the Caribbean ? That'd be nice! pic.twitter.com/Dg15Ut1xaF — W&E Advent Calendar (@windsor_rotary) December 21, 2013 Lucky Calendar Number : Prize No. … Continue reading Windsor & Eton Advent Calendars in WINNING Number Order
If you’d like to try the best curry in Berkshire then pop along to The Ivy of Sonning and tell them Richard Bellenger of The Berkshire Blog sent you. Richard has been making good use of our ICE BREAKER service … Continue reading Best Curry in Berkshire : The Ivy of Sonning
At ONLY £5 each, Windsor & Eton Rotary Clubs Grown Up Advent Calendar is a must purchase this Yuletide… Next year, after 300 people win this year, we’ll sell out very rapidly BUT this year, because it’s new, there are … Continue reading Just 4 Days Left to Get YOUR Rotary Grown Up Advent Calendar
I cycled into town this morning thinking we had some Rotary fund raising going on, apparently not, such a shame, lots going on what with Farmer’s Market this morning, lantern parade starting at 3:30PM & the Christmas lights being switched … Continue reading Enjoy Windsor’s New Crown Jewels this Christmas and do a little shopping 😉
NRG Reading is relaunching on 19 November at the Moathouse Hotel. Kick off at 1200. Meet interesting people who may be referral partners, customers or advocates for your business. Some might be able to share intelligence, contacts and know-how. Others … Continue reading Come join us at NRG Reading on 19th November
I’m a poet and I do know it… well it is POETS day which, in the good old days when we all had jobs that paid us a fair living, company cars, petrol cards and boots full of quality samples … Continue reading Are you into heavy metal or do you prefer lighter metals?
Greg, owner of the Latino Greek restaurant near the Guildhall in Windsor shares his passion for all things Greek with a little roast beef for good measure… Well he would have done if only he’d done his hair that morning… … Continue reading Windsor restaurateur shares his love for food