Boxford Fleece Jazz Club
Contacts and Acknowledgements.
To obtain information about the club, reserve tickets or add your
our mailing list please telephone:
or email one of the contacts below,
---> but not, please for tickets. We are not yet an e-commerce site.
When purchasing tickets, please send all cheques (with an S.A.E.) to:
Jazz at the Fleece
(it's at the edge so you can copy and paste it.)
18 The Causeway
Contacts and Thanks
The Boxford Fleece Jazz Club is run by a group of somewhat
jazz lovers. Here, in alphabetical order, is a list of the committee members,
with their duties, and email addresses. Baby pictures next.
We have a group of friends and volunteers without whom we could not do:
John Anderson on the bar of whom Ian Shaw said, "He is the quietest
barman in the business" (well, a paraphrase). He also administers the mailing list.
does front of house, tickets, and sings beautifully.
does write-ups, raffles and announcements, and sets up the room each Friday. He is de rigeur (an apprentice
techie), and cannot sing.
David Gasson handles
phone and snail mail bookings, and does the accounts (with a little help
from a friend). He sets up the room each Friday.
Dave Lyons is a techie,
does the web site and helps with the mailing list, does some announcements and commits really bad pseudo erudite
Liz Rabett does all
our booking, negotiating, envelope stuffing, and overflow bar work.
Nick Rabett does
write-ups and posters, is in charge of disk and product sales, and is an ace photographer
when not stuffing envelopes.
Alan Sturges does programme production
from afar. He remains on the committee even though he and Jennifer have moved to a
walking heaven in the Lake district.
We are grateful to the University of Essex Department of Computer Science
for providing disk space for the website.
Jackie, our new publican, hates having her picture taken, heaven knows why. A picture of her
lovely cooking just might appear here soon.
Tomas Spacek, a student at Colchester Royal Grammar School, wrote a portable system so
that this website could be hosted anywhere.
A very relaxed Peter Fremlin, a student at Philip Morant school in Colchester,
wrote the XML database for these pages, so lazy Dave does not have to edit
them every week.
ex-committee members now able just to enjoy the jazz, but help when help
is needed, in particular
Also, Lez and Marilyn for years of help and friendship when they ran the pub
Michelle Simpson, who was the Fleece licensee until recently. We thank her and Howard for their help.
and all those people who are annoyed because I have forgotten to mention
But most of all, we are grateful to the wonderful musicians
who come to the heart of darkest Suffolk, and provide us with such fantastic
music, marvellous musicianship, and much more magic than we deserve.
Defn: Erudite - two phase glue.