‘If everyone enjoyed
this weekend's event as much as Max and I did then count it as a
tremendous success. Thanks for all the hard work you and the
Freewheelers put in. Much appreciated.’
‘Another really great day you guys put on. Really enjoyed
meeting old friends.
I would let you know what a great time my partner and I had at the
event. This was our first year and I was completely overwhelmed by the
just a sample of the many comments that we
received following the Third Annual John Green Day which, by all
accounts, was again a major success. This was not however down to just a
few individuals but to a whole host of people who joined in and lifted
the lid off the Moat House Hotel. So this is my personal thank you to
all of you.
Starting at the very beginning:
and Paula: without
you Reception would be like a song without words, a nest without birds.
To all the Traders
for sharing your wares with us: John D,
Gil and the two
and the lady from the Felix Empire.
To Andrew Muir
for your presence, your eloquence and for Troubadour.
for your questions and your Big Brother Brogue.
for just being C.P. and to Pam
who should stand for Parliament, become Prime Minister and sort out the
mess we are in.
To Derek Barker
and Jeff Stevens for
being there when we weren’t. Sorry guys, one day it will happen. And to
for his inside information.
and Pat for selling
all those pretty raffle tickets. And to Brenda
for your watchful eye and your laughter.
To the wonderful Dylanesque
for your professionalism and your rhythm.
To Cold Overture
and Yan for making
me sweat, making me laugh and for that very, very pleasant green smoky
To Carolyn Hester
for your history, your songs and for giving Bob a helping hand.
for springtime, for Hitler and for Germany.
for giving everything back that was never owed with your very fine
To my partners in crime: Chris
and Keith. Without
your company the day would have been like a plane without wings, a
violin with no strings. ...and not forgetting
And of course to the memory of the man who brought us
altogether, the eternal John Green.
Thank you from JRS