On this day the Queen will become the longest reigning monarch of the UK at around 17:30PM and I added the very same to Wikipedia 😉 I shot the above video of her jubilee walk around Windsor a few years … Continue reading Congratulations to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on this day in history…
On Friday I’ll be cruising up The River Thames from Datchet to Cookham on Kris Cruisers Lady Karen in preparation for the first day of the Magna Carta 800th – The River Relay Saturday morning we’ll be picking up a … Continue reading Join us LIVE for Magna Carta 800th – The River Relay next weekend 13th & 14th June 2015
Tuesday evening Windsor & Eton Rotary Club presented a cheque for £42,349.81 to Prince Edward in his capacity as chairman of The Prince Philip Trust Fund. The Prince Philip Trust Fund helps many local people in need… enjoy this video … Continue reading Presentation of cheque to Prince Philip Trust Fund
A couple of week’s ago we, me & my fellow Windsor & Eton Rotarians were collecting at Ascot races on behalf of The Prince Philip Trust Fund. Of the thousands of people who walked passed, only 2 or 3 had … Continue reading Rotary, helping the local community
23rd June saw the inaugural President of Windsor & Eton Interact Club take up her chain of office in the Royal setting of Cumberland Lodge… Principal Rev DR Edmund Newell of Cumberland Lodge gave a welcome & shared some of … Continue reading Windsor Girls School Interact Club launches at Cumberland Lodge
ROYAL ASCOT FORECAST FOR THURSDAY JUNE 19th With compliments of Brian Smith FCIM, Dip CAM – International Marketing Consultant 01344 621825 Brian has been producing these Royal Ascot racing tips for years… I joke with him that perhaps just picking … Continue reading Top Tips for Ladies Day, Royal Ascot 2014
On Wednesday 30th April, nearly 400 people enjoyed a day’s racing at Ascot while making generous donations to The Prince Philip Trust Fund… The sun was shining & the sky was blue when Prince Edward arrived to open proceedings and … Continue reading The Prince Philip Trust Fund
An early birthday present for Queen Elizabeth II, who’s birthday is on Monday 21st April… at 12pm today there was a 21 gun salute on the Long Walk, just outside Windsor Castle… (If you are fan of the Queen you’ll … Continue reading 21 Gun Salute for Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday
Windsor Spring Festival kicks off in just over a week… Normally Guy lets us Rotarians know but today Twitter won the day when Tom Gamble reminded me it was on by tweeting me a link to his gig… @windsordaily world … Continue reading Windsor Spring Festival 15th – 23rd March 2014
In all the years you’ve been networking does the QUALITY of the business networking shine through or does QUANTITY win the day? How about a bit of both? If your target market is micro businesses then attending free networking event … Continue reading Is business networking about Quality of Quantity?
The Trustees of The Prince Philip Trust Fund for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, in association with the Rotary Club of Windsor and Eton, are planning a fundraising event to be held at Ascot Racecourse on Wednesday, 30th … Continue reading The Prince Philip Trust Raceday at Ascot
Music is very powerful and when people come together and sign you can’t help but feel some emotion. Enjoy the Soweto Gospel Choir Madiba Tribute Will Corry spotted this over at The Marketing Blog… Thank you. Jon Jonathan L Davey … Continue reading Soweto Gospel Choir Madiba Tribute
Tonight’s turning on of Windsor’s NEW Christmas lights, “The Crown Jewels” was done by Basil Brush & The Mayor ably assisted by Prince Charming, a Genie, George Bathurst (Windsor Town Partnership) & Dave Stephens… he threw the real switch! George … Continue reading Basil Brush turned on Windsor’s Crown Jewels BUM BUM!
Do you remember your wedding day? How cool would this be as wedding gift? Click the images below and explore the magic of second image you are taken to! Important places for you in your home town… The venue you … Continue reading Memories of your wedding day
As if Quantitative Easing wasn’t enough, the Blogosphere is buzzing with the notion that the Government should use a financial aid tactic called the Bradbury Pound. Apparently in the summer of 1914, the Government issued Treasury notes signed by … Continue reading Bring back the Bradbury Pound
Enjoy this video of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth enjoying a Jubilee walkabout around Windsor. Please leave a comment below wishing Her Majesty well… thank you. Once we have 10 comments I’ll have a word with Mr Mayor and ask him … Continue reading Queen’s Jubilee Walkabout in Windsor
David Shaw, originally from Ilkley, Yorkshire celebrated his 50th birthday on Saturday at home in Windsor with family & his Windsor Rotarian pals… I went on an interview tour, talking to a number of those celebrating his birthday but unfortunately … Continue reading Windsor’s favourite adopted northern son celebrates 50 years
As I dropped the Mrs at Windsor & Eton railway station today, I noticed that the boats were preparing themselves for the Royal Swan Upping, where they make a record of the number of new signets on The River Thames. … Continue reading Royal Swan Upping 2013
Visit the village post office near the cricket pitch… and tell us who serves you a nice cup of tea? Do make sure you respect the villagers by parking outside the estate, then walk or cycle to the village or … Continue reading Enjoy a nice cup of celebrity tea in Windsor Great Park
When my friend Asghar Majeed was Mayor of Windsor last year he was lucky enough to take part in the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations… he told this story about offering the Queen a cup of tea! The Mayor of Windsor & … Continue reading Nice Cup of Yorkshire Tea Ma’am?