I WAS delighted to hear that the recent Leeds EBA get-together was a great success, with visitors from Manchester and Merseyside Associations.
“Close to 200 people attended,” Leeds Secretary/Treasurer Paul Abraham told me. “With a quality singer doing two memorable sets – including an Elvis tribute set – and an enormous choice of hot and cold food available, everyone went away with full stomachs and great memories of a brilliant day. Although this was a free, invitation only event, whatever profit made will be sent to the Ringside Rest and Care charity.”
That’s a fine gesture. Well done, Leeds, for putting on such a successful event – and well done Manchester and Merseyside, for taking the trouble to attend and contribute to the success. As I’ve said before, these events take a lot of organising, and it’s so disheartening when there’s a poor turn-out.