August 19th 2010.
" Margaret, from the West End Working Men's Club,
Wolverhampton, enjoys your playing. The flowers that
Nida grows are beautiful."
December 13th 2009.
Penny and Brian Williamson said,
" We like your photos and wish you all the best for 2010
and look forward to listening and dancing to your music."
November 4th 2009.
" I must say that I have enjoyed reading your website.
It's good to see that the traditional players are still out there!"
July 31st 2009.
Mr. John Riley asks a question.
"What happens to all the photos Nida takes at the various dances?"
"It is a good question that you ask. The answer is that the pictures
that Nida takes and any that are submitted to us, we look at carefully.
We try to ensure that any picture that we include is a good picture
and conforms to the normal rules of taste and decency.
When Nida takes a series of pictures in a "live" situation there will be
one or two that will "stand out" and these are the ones that we will
tend to use, so most pictures will be rejected. Inevitably, because of
limitations of space on the website, not all pictures will appear, but will
remain in our files for possible future use.
We will always consider publishing on our website items of interest.
These can be sent to us in the form of a Word Document. In the case
of pictures, these must be sent as an attachment in the JPEG File
Both Nida and I send our best wishes and hope that you will
continue to visit our website and find it interesting."
"Thank you for an excellent nights entertainment and dancing
last night (21st Feb) at Willenhall.
Great we have discovered you and will keep an eye on your diary for
Very impressed with Nida's dahlias, she must have very green fingers!
Hope to see you both soon, kind regards,
Maurice and Margaret and friends Ruth and Keith."
Brian, of Park Hall Dance Club, Wythall, Nr. Birmingham said ,
" Hi John & Nida, a great night on Saturday (7 Feb) very enjoyable
and I like the pictures Nida took, it didn't take you long to put them
on your new web site Johnny, which I was very impressed with.
See you soon, Brian, Park Hall Dance Club. "