The Callow Saints took to the stage for, potentially their last gig. as they headlined Live in the Park 2019.
The band have been together for 6 years and are a 4-piece rock band, comprising of catchy lyrics, beautifully powerful female vocals accompanied by thrilling guitars pumping basslines and driving drum beats.
The Callow’s have a large following of fans within Buckinghamshire and beyond. Before they stepped onto the stage for the last time, I had a quick chat with the group and asked them some questions which had been put forward by some of the fans attending the gig.
Q1 What has been your favourite gig to date?
Cornbury Festival - which our supporters had voted for us to perform at
Q2 Highlighted moment?
Camden Rock was cool
Spending time together.
Q3 Favourite song/cover?
Angels - Robbie Williams, Hold the Line - Toto, Alexanderplatz Hotel - Callow Saints
Q4 Most emotional Song & why?
The Music & The Love - its the last song we are going to perform…..
Q5 Best time together?
recording in Wales
An outstanding performance from the band: lets hope it’s not their last ……………………………..
WHO'S GOT THE DOG
Opened 2019 Live in the Park organised by Aylesbury Town Council.
The band was formed in 1998 for a one off project with no name, then in 1999 officially became known as Who's Got The Dog as a ten-piece band made up of musicians that have a real love for music and the desire to ensure their audiences have a great time.
Blufin Sport Challenge Cup 2nd Round Risborough Rangers 3 - 0 Heyford Athletic B. Haule (2), Josh Urquhart
Rangers Man of the Match: Brian Haule. Two class finishes to set Rangers on the way.
The village of Imber
Imber, on the MoD's Salisbury Plain training zone in Wiltshire, was abandoned in 1943 and has been closed to civilians ever since. Just before Christmas 1943 villagers were ordered to pack and leave to provide a training area for troops preparing for the invasion of Europe during World War Two.
They were never allowed to return and the village vanished off the map.
Vintage Routemasters were used to bus people to the lost village on Saturday.
Neil Skelton, custodian of the village's St Giles Church, said: "It was the most we've ever had, we were almost at breaking point."
With record numbers of visits this yearthe money raised goes to the church and The Royal British Legion
Silverfox DCC Model Railway Club Exhibition
The 9th annual Sliverfox Model Railway Exhibition was held at Oakgrove School, Venturer Gate, Milton Keynes
This was the third year that this venue, which offers ample on-site free parking and flat wheelchair access to both exhibition halls.
At this years exhibition there was 34 layouts in various scales and gauges.
In addition there was full trader support, offering opportunities to meet your needs for modelling materials, tools and rolling stock, as well as advice on all matters relating to the hobby.
Gone in Six Seconds
Two sets of in sequence photos of Didcot cooling towers being demolished in a controlled explosion
Didcot A's 375ft (114.3m) high towers were brought down using explosive charges at 07:00 BST 18 Aug 2019.
Minutes later, people in the area said they had suffered a power cut and an online tracker showed more than 2700 postcodes were affected.
The coal-fired station was turned off in 2013 after 43 years in service.
Risborough Rangers v Kidlington Development (Tuesday 13th)
Rangers make it three in three as they beat Kidlington Development on Tuesday 13th.
Rangers Man of the Match was Joel Rea with two excellent goals, the second a real stunner!! from the halfway line.
Risborough maintained their fine start to life in the uhlsport Hellenic League with a comfortable 4-1 win against
ABINGDON SUMMER FIREWORK FESTIVAL
SUMMER FIREWORK FESTIVAL - Sat 3rd August 2019
A spectacular evening of music, pyrotechnic aerobatics and no less than four breath-taking showcase firework displays choreographed to music performed by top UK firework companies: