There were two Desperate Measures? No, there are
three Desperate Measures. Distinguish between Kent's Desperates,
and Leicestershire's Desperate Measures (now called
They are apparently all different.
A new arrival and a couple of moves; welcome the
Goose and Gridiron Band
and change the bookmarks for
This Way Up and
Difficult to say Webfeet is a carefully maintained, up-to-date resource, the
apparently moved to their new site three years ago....
A clutch of new URLs from
creeping in just at the last moment before webfeet's Sidmouth vacation.......
Roll up the new
Great Western Ceilidhs page and the one-off, extra special, lottery funded
event (with Bedlam....)
No time for comments on this rush of sites - there's the Ceilidhs round Sheffield
pages - a flood of barn dance bands
Neck of the Wood, Clutching at Straws,
the Old School band, the
Rantabout Barn Dance Band.
The apparently 'loose and elastic'
Lucy 'Lastic band and
Tudor Ceilidh, which sounds, maybe unusual and certainly has a good domain name... Then there's the agencies
Heaven Entertainment and
the Mary Panton Agency (the last of which I ought to have noticed ages ago!)
Little Pot Records, the
English Festival Newsletter and the
continue their dance among the domain names. They've now settled with a name of their own, good luck and a stable future :-)
Liverpool Country Dance Band have burst forth on X-stream....
Meanwhile, in strange juxtaposition, the
Welsh Folk Dance society have come up with a (yet another?) page....
Another band with a Sax, Strapped for Cash,
at home at Zen.
Bob Taberner's been wielding some clever scripting to provide
a series of drop down events lists for the West Midlands.
[There's also a plain html version for people without IE or who have scripting disabled]
Old Hog's trufflehunting on the Web...
How many top rate Eceilidh bands without a web page now? The
have appeared on Demon
Demon have been doing well. Details of the
Newcastle Cloggies dance weekend have appeared as part of the
the young Ceilidh Band, have also have their pages there.
To add to the rush of dance sites appearing on Compuserve,
have appeared with info on
Knees Up North
and their St Helens
Then there's Rannygazoo's
All Blacked Up's pages -
although ABU may stay on Compuserve or go and hide somewhere else.