Contact Graeme Ritchie / Kim Ritchie
Redstone Websites run by Graeme and Kim specialise in building bespoke easy to use Web Content Management systems. If your business needs a new or modernised website or mobile app please get in touch.
Ian Christie 0131 664 4788
Discount - Ian is offering a 20% discount to club members who need heating and plumbing installation, breakdowns, servicing and maintenance. When you call him, please mention that you are a member of the club.
Contact Richard Murphy
I run an architect's practice www.richardmurphyarchitects.com as most club members know (if only from the Christmas Party drinks!). Currently we would probably not do a project under about £100,000, although there are always exceptions!! I can't really offer anyone a discount as such but I can certainly come along to have a look at the property and give some advice for the price of a pint even if we don't take it on ourselves as a job. And if the project is too small for our office, I can certainly recommend some excellent younger architects who would do a good job. And finally, if anyone wants to see what we are cooking up for Colin McKinnon at Strathaven airfield then go to our webpage on his project: http://www.richardmurphyarchitects.com/House at Strathaven Airfield
Contact Ian Forrest on 0131 669 8108, mob. 0775 477 2206 or email email@example.com Please tell me you're an EOSMC member when calling.
Our 'big' band Absent Friends, is a 4 piece consisting of lead guitar/vocals, electric keyboards with split bass and vocals, fiddle/mandolin/whistle/electric guitar/vocals and drums/vocals with Scottish Ceilidh dance calling. We do a range of rock covers along with Irish, Scottish, country, pop, standards, ballroom and also ceilidh stuff.
We've played all the major castles, hotels etc. around Central Scotland as well as appearing in Biddy Mulligan's Pub in the Grassmarket every Sunday and regularly in Finnegan's Wake in Edinburgh too. We've done Outdoor Ceilidhs in Three Sisters at Festival time in the Cowgate. Info. and samples of 'stuff' can be found on www.myspace.com/absentfriendsscotland.
The 'wee band' Leonard Scunnered is as above but without the lead singer/guitarist. It tends to be mostly ceilidh music along with teaching the dances where required. Not deadly seriously, more to make the event good fun. Again, we've played most known places (and some obscure) including T in the Park Ceilidh Tent and St. Andrews Society Balls in Vietnam, Trinidad and Houston, Texas. I also teach ceilidh dancing to Edinburgh schools, even two in New Zealand.
Robert Whitton can undertake research into your family tree. Contact him initially by email on firstname.lastname@example.org and then discuss what your requirements are to agree a (discounted) price for EOSM members.