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About Alison H

  • Birthday 22/03/1969

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    One of my interests is obviously soul. Any genre. If it hits me right there (y'kno right there!) the year, the label,the value, is irrelevant (to me). Its part of my soul & thats what counts xxx
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    I'm back for more - Jean Carne & Al Johnson AND Prove it to me - Garnet Mimms (cos I'm a greedy girl & cant have one top sound only!)

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  1. Happy Birthday Billy Hope you’ve had a splendid one Lotsa love Ali xxx P.S Missed you at Cleethorpes
  2. So very sad to hear the passing of Pete. He was the loveliest blokes with the coolest of records. I too have fond memories of him & Viv in the backroom at Lowton. What a smashing little room that was that he brought to life with his passion. Rest In Peace you True Blue. You will be missed. Sending lots of love to Viv, Adelle & the rest of the family at this heartbreaking time Ali xxx
  3. You can give him my own Royal Salute if you like lol Hoping to get out again once my Dad is sorted. I’m really missing my 60’s Soul & need a fix soon so all being well I’ll be at Culcheth on 8/2 See you & the weirdo there Ali x
  4. Belated birthday wishes Ste Gutted to have missed Springfields & help you celebrate your 70th but my Dad was ill. Trust you & the two fingered weirdo lol had a fab time. Have a great year ahead Ste & will hopefully see you soon Lotsa love from The little Leeds Rhino xxx
  5. Belated birthday wishes my good friend. It was my intention to help you celebrate at Springfields but I had to cancel last minute due to my Dad not being well. Glad you had a fab time buddy Have a wonderful year ahead Ste & I’ll get you a drink the next time I see you Lotsa love from Me xxx
  6. Oh my goodness, I never wanted that footage to end Chalky! So many people I recognise on the 100 Club, Bradford & Yarmouth clips. The Bradford clip was taken above where I used to hang out with the lovely Geordies, most of them were dancing. I kind of wanted to see myself on the footage, but knowing me & how shy I was back then I would have hidden at the sign of someone videoing. I know I was there that night as I have photos of my mates in the same clothes. Same with the Yarmouth clip (Sheila & Geoff on a photo in the same clothes) Awww, what a lovely trip down memory lane & I would go back there in a shot!!!! Thanks for posting Chalky Ali x
  7. Give him a great send off guys. I remember Dave from the early 90’s & he always made me smile. Last saw him 2 years ago at Cleethorpes (Cleggy in Cleggy!) & again he made me smile. Sending lots of love to Cheryl & his close friends at this heartbreaking time Ali xxx
  8. A Funeral fit for a King & by heck what Soul Royalty were in attendance. I won’t mention any names as these guys are humble fellas who have been, & still are, a massive influence on the scene & don’t blow their own trumpets. Superb gentlemen, very much like Boxy. I adored Dave & will never forget my Soul Dad. Someone so special can never be forgotten. Val you did your David proud & I hope the many who attended gave you great comfort. Hope you & Kitchener are tucked up cosy tonight. Sending all my love to you Val & I’ll see you soon. Ali xxx
  9. I have just got in from visiting Val & she has asked me to thank everyone for their kind words & to pass on the funeral details. Thursday 13th December at 3pm Pontefract Crematorium, Wakefield Road, Pontefract, WF8 4HA. Family flowers only please. There will be a collection at the Crematorium for Motor Neuron Disease. This will be followed by a celebration of Dave’s life at Farmer Copleys, Ravensknowle Farm, Pontefract Road, WF7 5AF. Farmer Copleys is half a mile from the Crematorium. Turn right out of the Crematorium & head down the road which is the A645. Val did try to get the Wilton but with it being Christmas it was fully booked. All are very welcome.
  10. I’m heartbroken with this news. Dave was a big part of my life & I will miss him dearly. Rest In Peace Boxy & thank you for the many happy Soulful memories you helped create. Sending every ounce of love I have to Val at this difficult time. Ali xxx
  11. Aw, Happy Birthday Sandra. Hope you’re having a blummin gorgeous one!! All the best for today and every day Ali xxx
  12. Rest in Eternal Peace Lady Soul xxx
  13. Oh my goodness how very sad!! You were a knowledgeable, witty fella with such a dry sense of humour and I will miss you. I bought one of my favourite tracks off you. Spellbound by Rae & Christian feat Veba. An enchanting song that moves me everytime & will move me even more now as I will always think about you when I play it. Rest in Peace Dean Sending love & comfort to your dear family at this heartbreaking time. Ali xxx
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    Oops just realised I posted my review in the wrong place so here it is. It is in reply to Chris Turnbull but is also a review .... Chris it’s still the best soul Weekender (& the Original) on the planet, and always will be. Mark told me about your accident & I was gutted for you as I know how much the place means to you. It was odd not having you two bobbing & dancing about with us. Hope you’re on the mend soon. Numbers were down, about 25% I think, and that’s completely understandable considering the Weekender wasn’t fully confirmed until February-ish. Folk, especially the overseas attendees have to book flights & I guess the longer they leave it the more expensive it is. Some did manage to make it but not the lovely hoards that are usually there. It was fab to see the usual UK suspects (far too many to mention you all, but you know who you are) & some new attendees who were most certainly enjoying it. The weekend was brilliant. The usual deejays were on the roster with a few new ones thrown in the mix. All the deejays kept the dance floor busy, happy & to me upped their game. Friday night & Sunday night were my favourite nights. Saturday was obviously good with the great acts but I think the Modern Room afternoon session that finished at 6 meant that folk were jiggered & didn’t go out until much later so it took a while to get going in the modern room but once it did it was fab I also thought a few less people during the Sunday Finale in the Main room between 1.30 am 3.00 when you’re usually bumping into folk, getting bumped into and forever apologising worked better for me but I know this isn’t good for the promoters. That said the dance floor was vibrant throughout Whilst I’m here I will thank Ady, Phil (if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it- great quote from you during the weekend Phil) & Neil for keeping this Weekender going. The new security team were great too especially Rick. Have I booked my caravan for next year??? HELL YES!!!!

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