Praise all round!

We get so much glowing feedback from our many and varied clients but in busy times it’s not always easy to keep up with it, let alone share it! As I sat down to write this morning I resolved to share a little of what has been said about our performers and events over the last week.

The City of Joondalup ran an Art of Ageing Program this month and one of our stunning violinists, Ashley Arbuckle was joined by Daniel Price, who is also the son of Richard Price, Ashley’s “Arco” duo partner. The feedback from the participants was beautiful to read. Here are some of the comments:

“The music took you on a journey without a passport.”
“Well thought out, well organised and a joy to have participated in.”
“Absolutely loved the music. Would love if in the future there were opportunities for seniors to learn instruments or singing.”

Last week, Brad Hogg conducted his Cricket Clinic at one of the WA Mine Sites. The feedback from the event was wonderful – he clearly made a huge impact on the residents.

“Brad’s visit was great – well received and enjoyed by everyone. Brad is awesome and seems very comfortable in the public eye, talking and meeting lots of people. He has so many great cricket stories and is very open about his experiences in his journey through life.

Brad was more than happy to do anything that was asked of him. We had an impromptu game of indoor cricket, followed with a session of bowling. The residents were able to test their batting skills against Brad’s bowling by trying to hit him for six runs. The guys and girls loved it and of course not many of them were successful in even connecting with one of his bowls.

He then sat around with about 20 residents and answered any questions and told some great yarns which had them all glued to their seats. Brad brought his Baggy Green and Australia Test Jacket which residents were able to wear and take photos. Brad also signed anything the residents requested and even sent videos home to residents children. Great guy J really happy with his visit!!

Thanks for your help in arranging his visit to site. We would welcome him up here again anytime.”

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