About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Arthritis Research UK is trialling a new fundraising event series at three sites in England this year. The series of events, called Move, is designed to celebrate human movement in all its forms while raising money for the charityThe events will take place in Newcastle, Guildford and Worksop between May and July. They are open to all with a focus on families, and encourage participants to take part in whatever way they can, meaning that people who suffer from arthritis are not excluded.Participants can choose to move on wheels (from bicycles to go-carts), move to music (dance) or move your shoes (from fancy dress to three-legged).The events will also feature food, entertainment and a variety of taster sessions and demonstrations on offer, including a wide range of movements from yoga to Zumba dancing.Louise Holland, Director of Fundraising and Communications at Arthritis Research UK explained why Move was developed. She said: “With arthritis affecting around one in six people in the UK, we believe the time is right for an event series that promotes the importance of movement in alleviating the symptoms of arthritis, as well as raising money to fund further research into the disease. We look forward to delivering this year’s events as a springboard to going national in 2013.”The charity plans to expand the series nationwide in 2013.www.arthritisresearchuk.org/move New Move event series from Arthritis Research UK AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Events Howard Lake | 23 January 2012 | News 26 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Doyle Bramhall II, the decorated singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, and son of Austin, TX music legend Doyle Bramhall, is getting ready to release his fifth solo album, Shades, due for an October 5th release. This week, Bramhall has shared the third single from the LP (after “Love and Pain” and “Searching for Love”) featuring guitar legend Eric Clapton, one of the many iconic artists with whom he’s worked closely with throughout his career.The sultry tune harkens back to a retro soul/R&B aesthetic, highlighted by Bramhall’s emotive lead vocals, gospel-style choral accompaniment. The song builds to a climax behind a guitar solo standoff between Bramhall and Clapton, who shows why he’s still one of the greatest guitarists on the planet with his searing riffs. You can watch a new lyric video for Doyle Bramhall II’s “Everything You Need” featuring Eric Clapton below:Doyle Bramhall II ft. Eric Clapton – “Everything You Need”[Video: Doyle Bramhall II]In addition to Clapton, Doyle Bramhall II’s new record features contributions from several of his other talented go-to collaborators including Norah Jones and Tedeschi Trucks Band. As Doyle explains in a statement, “Without appearing immodest, I can admit that I’ve led a pretty charmed life. I’m thrilled and honored to have all of these incredible people guest on my record.”He continues,The new record finally feels like I’m comfortable in my own skin, like I don’t have anything to prove other than trying to express myself as honestly as I can. … As an artist, writer and producer, I’m in a good place, and I think I can allow this flow of music to come out and form a real body of work that my fans can appreciate. I’m thrilled to have them go on this journey with me.For more information about Doyle Bramhall II’s new album, Shades, and his various upcoming live performances, head to his website.Doyle Bramhall II Shades Track List1. “Love and Pain”2. “Hammer Ring”3. “Everything You Need” (featuring Eric Clapton)4. “London to Tokyo”5. “Searching for Love” (featuring Norah Jones)6. “Live Forever” (featuring Greyhounds)7. “Break Apart to Mend”8. “She’ll Come Around”9. “The Night”10. “Parvanah”11. “Consciousness”12. “Going Going Gone” (featuring Tedeschi Trucks Band)View Track List
6 Jan 2014 Chesters can secure a win double in Colombia European Amateur champion Ashley Chesters (Hawkstone Park, Shropshire & Herefordshire) has the chance to conquer another Continent later this month. The 24 year old has been selected along with Paul Howard (Southport & Ainsdale, Lancashire), Nick Marsh (Huddersfield, Yorkshire) and Jimmy Mullen (Royal North Devon) to contest the South American Amateur Championship at Barranquilla County Club in Colombia on 22nd – 25th January, an event supported by The R&A since 2005. Chesters (image copyright Tom Ward Photography) won the European title by one stroke from Spain’s David Morago at El Prat last August. So his selection means the England international, who finished eighth on the Titleist/FootJoy England Golf Order of Merit last year, has the chance to emulate Callum Shinkwin, now a professional, who brought the South American crown back to England a year ago. Howard made his full England debut in last year’s winning Home Internationals team at Ganton, which capped a successful 2013 for the 23 year old. He finished fifth in the Welsh Open Stroke Play Championship and equal ninth in the St Andrews Links Trophy and helped Lancashire win the County Championship, winning five of his six games. Marsh also made his full England debut at Ganton having reached the quarter finals of the Amateur Championship and finished tied fifth in the Chiberta Grand Prix in France. The 19 year old also finished runner-up in the North of England Youths and the Welsh Open Youths Championships and was ninth on the EG 2013 Order of Merit. Mullen, 20, was another England debutant at Ganton in a season in which he lost a playoff for the Bernard Darwin Salver, finished tied third in the Brabazon Trophy, achieving a hole-in-one during the final round, and equal fourth in the South East of England Links Championship. Like Howard, he won five of his six games during the County Championship finals at Minchinhampton representing Devon. The South American Amateur Championship is a 72-hole stroke play event.