Yes, the Scalford show is a great day or weekend out.
It's a very friendly show with a great vibe to it.
There are always interesting gear and people to be found. And some great new music to discover.
A slight change to the rules this year, exhibitors must book an overnight room at the Scalford Hall hotel on the Saturday night, with the main open-to-the-public Show being on the Sunday.
Much fun to be had on the Saturday, a great social event for those inclined that way. And most systems being set up and available for audition on the Saturday, too.
Yep, the "Bring & Buy" charity event around Scalford17 has kicked off already.
Originally Posted by Audio Al
Generous donors and buyers have so far raised £217.45 for Cancer Research UK, which is not at all bad when the Show is still 4 months off.
Scalford16 raised over £1400 in advance of the Show weekend!
Sadly, due to family commitments it looks like I will not be able to attend the Show myself. The first Scalford I will have missed.
It's very likely that someone else will come forward to look after the "Bring & Buy" charity event over the actual Show weekend.
But for the nonce, I am looking after this aspect of the Show's charitable events. I am certain that the traditional Scalford Raffle will also take place, but someone else will look after that.
So if any folks would care to donate items for sale, let me know!
Sell them yourself and pass the money on, or send the items to me and I will be happy to raise as much as I can for them.
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