A special limited edition DURTY tshirt has been made to mark the occasion of the 2017 Southsea Old Guard event at The Wine Vaults on Saturday 4 November.
Featuring the original box logo as used by Monkey P and updated by Billy Steere with a ‘Southsea Old Guard 17’ strapline, these high quality shirts come in the same colour-way as the event poster artwork designed by Dave Millard.
Sizes M, L & XL are Gold and Red while S & XXL are Daisy Yellow and Red
They are available to pre-order from Southsea Old Guard event promoter Charlie Waddington with a few left over for sale on the day. Get your order in now by emailing your size to firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to send a Facebook inbox message. Payment made in cash or PayPal if easier.
These are a one-time only print, never available again. Prices are £12 in advance, or £15 with an A3 print of the poster. On the day t-shirts will be £15, and posters will be £5. All profits from sales will go to No More Durty Water.
As you may be aware, there are a lot of DJ’s in Portsmouth and most of them are playing at this midday to midnight event at The Wine Vaults on Albert Road on Saturday 4 November. It’s the annual return of The Southsea Old Guard and this time they are back with the full team to raise funds for No More Durty Water.
No less than 30 DJ’s perform for your audio pleasure across two floors of The Wine Vaults including a record fair hosted by Nothing Ventured Vinyl featuring sounds from Civilisation Of The Rough, Los Cojones and Funk Klub.
This party gathers together a monster DJ line up that is simply not to be missed, so check the Facebook event page for details and get yourself down there as it has to be seen to be believed…
The Three Musketeers event at the Edge of the Wedge last night raised £328 towards our next clean water project in Uganda – many thanks for your donations.
Pink Panther took guard on the night, carefully bringing the crowd to the boil with his quality vocal and progressive beats and handing a buzzing dancefloor to Marc Flood. Marc parried with a barrage of mesmerising hypnotic rhythms, taking the vibes ever higher until Jonty delivered the coup de grâce, as hands raised in surrender to his classic chunky grooves.
Many thanks to the DJ’s and everyone who attended for creating a great atmosphere, everyone who helped out and to the Wedgewood Rooms for their support. Special shouts to Ruby for the flyer (see more of her artwork at www.rubydjordjevic.co) and Kelly for the decor.
The Three Musketeers aka DJ’s Jonty, Marc Flood and Pink Panther bring the noise to The Edge Of The Wedge on Saturday 5th August from 8pm. Admission is free with donations on the door to No More Durty Water.
Get your glad rags and dancing shoes on as the Three Musketeers ride the decks in aid of No More Durty Water. Fresh from whipping up a storm at the Summer Love festival, Jonty makes a welcome return to the home of The Fishtank where he made his name. Known for consistently rocking the floor with his mix of chunky uplifting house and big rollin’ beats, don’t miss Jonty’s return to Albert Road.
Marc Flood is another Southsea legend and festival floor-filler, having smashed it at Riba Rocks, Bugged Out and his own Tomaito Tomato nights with deeper underground vibes. Marc drops warped and dirty basslines over nasty tech-house and twisted vocals to devastating effect, throwing in some exclusive cuts from his own productions for good measure.
Expect the unexpected as Pink Panther from Serbia makes his debut on the south coast. Bringing an eclectic blend of juicy drum & bass and bouncy progressive grooves, Pink Panther will lead you directly to the dancefloor.
All for one and one for all, these Three Musketeers invite you to join them for a hot summer night of bumping tunes on a sweet sound system at The Edge Of The Wedge 147b Albert Road, Southsea PO4 0JW. For more details on this party call 079 7035 4202, email email@example.com or click here to find us on Facebook.
With a buffet, a huge raffle, tombola and not one but two
DJ legends of the original Durty Sound System dropping the essential party vibes, you are all invited to Southbourne Village Hall for a proper Saturday night boogie on 3rd June. Bring your own drinks and dancing shoes.
NMDW supporter Alison Greenwood has kindly made this 50th birthday party a fundraising event for the charity and tickets are a mere £5.
For tickets email Alison on amgreenwood33@gmail or call 01243 373717 / 07747 634142.
Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: Southbourne Village Hall, First Avenue, PO10 8HN
Date: Saturday 3rd June
Time: 7 – 10.30pm
DJ’s: Spence and Jim ‘Party Starter’ Barbour
Tickets: £5 from amgreenwood33@gmail or email@example.com
Refreshments: Buffet provided but bring your own drinks
Back in June last year, Billy Steere and his fiancée Honey Lindo were getting hitched at Portsmouth Museum. But long after the dust has settled on their wedding celebrations, a rural community in South West Uganda continues to toast their nuptials… in clean water.
Instead of a wedding list, matching kitchen appliance sets or even a contribution to the honeymoon, Billy and Honey asked their wedding guests for cash donations towards the work of the Southsea based charity they support, No More Durty Water.
Friends and family attending the wedding raised the amazing sum of £1200, enough to bore an entire well and install a protected spring in the village of Kahororo in the district of Rukungiri in Uganda. The well was finished in December 2016 and the above images show the site as it progressed from breaking ground to the villagers gathering to collect water for the first time.
DJ Billy said about the day:
“I was amazed and delighted by the generosity of the guests at our wedding day. Honey and I never imagined we could raise enough for an entire well. We’ve supported the work of No More Durty Water for many years and we’re so glad to be able to make a difference. It makes the day even more special for us and our family”.
No More Durty Water believes that clean water is a basic human right and the generosity shown by Billy, Honey and their friends and families will bring positive change to many aspects of life in Kahororo for years to come. Health, welfare, economic activity and education all benefit from a plentiful supply of the essential element that we all take for granted, clean water.
No More Durty Water is proud to partner with The Bridge of Hope Children’s Ministry, which provides the surveying and construction expertise and contractors necessary to deliver our projects to budget in remote areas of Uganda, where many people struggle to get access to water for cooking, washing and agriculture.
Billy and Honey’s wedding day gifts paid for the first of several wells in Uganda the charity has commissioned from fundraising activities in 2015-16. Communities and lives can be transformed for as little as £1200 – £1500 and No More Durty Water will be releasing further details of clean water projects after many fundraising events, including those given in honour of charity founder Paul Keeler who died in 2015. A new website will be launched in spring 2017 with details of how to get involved in the charity and full information on future projects.
For more details email Anthony Spence, Chairman of the Trustees, No More Durty Water firstname.lastname@example.org
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