WEYHILL ELECTRONIC ORGAN SOCIETY

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15 The Mayor of Test Valley 2012/13, Councillor Dorothy Baverstock
IP: 91.224.27.228

Wednesday 6 Feb 2013 13:53:01 GMT
It has been a real privilege as Mayor of Test Valley to attend such professional and very varied concerts staged by the Society at The Lights in Andover. My Consort and I have really enjoyed these special evenings and are certainly looking forward to attending more before the end of my term of office! Keep up the great work Terry and the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society in providing such great events for for the local community.

Cllr Dorothy Baverstock, Mayor
14 Sandra Burch
smburch@btinternet.com
IP: 80.254.146.36

Tuesday 31 Jul 2012 10:04:48 BST
Terry and his kind members organised a fund raising event in the Chantry Centre for Andover Young Carers. The joyous event raised £247 which will make a difference to the young carers



If you can take time out please attend one of their evenings, you will meet the kindest and generous people ever.



On behalf of AYC a massive thank you



Sandra
13 Cllr. Ian Hibberd
ihibberdleeromsey@btinternet.com
IP: 84.43.108.32

Friday 8 Oct 2010 15:13:13 BST
As Mayor of Test Valley 2009/10, it was the privilege of my wife and I to be invited to attend a Concert staged by the Society at The Lights Theatre. The two lady guest organist/pianists were outstanding musicians and both were extremely modest when we met them both before and after the concert. My general taste in music has been more ‘pop’ orientated, growing up in the age of The Beatles etc., but I can honestly say that the evening was one of the most enjoyable experiences we had during our term of Office.

Many thanks to Terry and his team for inviting us and we look forward to attending more concerts in the future. May the Society continue to go from strength to strength.



Yours sincerely

Ian Hibberd

Mayor of Test Valley 2009/10
12 Cllr. Brian Page
bapamber@talktalk.net
IP: 86.134.129.180

Thursday 9 Sep 2010 15:06:46 BST
In 2003, in my capacity as Chief Officer of Age Concern (Andover & District), I joined with the Society in organising a very successful show at Cricklade Theatre (which subsequently became The Lights theatre). This event realised over £1,000 for the Charity.



Later, during my term of office as Mayor of Test Valley (from May 2008 until May 2009) I was able to attend a few of the Society’s concerts which I thoroughly enjoyed. I was overwhelmed by one concert in particular – a concert staged at St Mary’s Church in Andover, featuring International Organist, Carol Williams – which was sponsored by the Society and produced the sum of £1,150 for my Mayoral charities.



I recently attended the Club’s 100th concert at the Fairground Hall, Weyhill, which proved to be yet another successful evening. The Society has a loyal group of supporters and attendances at Weyhill range in number from 120-160, whilst concerts staged at The Lights attract in excess of 200. The Club has an excellent reputation for its efficient organisation and for the quality of the entertainment provided.
11 Carol Williams
carol@melcot.com

Wednesday 1 Apr 2009 00:22:17 BST
Thank you for a terrific visit to Andover.

We had a great time.

Terry is a gem!

Take care and enjoy your music.

Carol Williams

www.melcot.com
10 Cllr Pamela Mutton, Mayor of Test Valley 07/08

Wednesday 21 Jan 2009 19:44:16 GMT
Posted:08:26 Mon 14th April 2008





My Consort and I have attended a couple of your excellent Concerts during my Mayoral year. These have been two memorable and enjoyable evenings, as well as raising a considerable amount of money for my local charities - a big thank you to all members of the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society for all their support and kindness. My Consort and I wish you all well for the future.
9 Colin Ford

Wednesday 21 Jan 2009 19:41:22 GMT
Posted: 18:54 Sun 13th January 2008



Many thanks for giving Sheila & myself such a warm welcome at your Christmas Dinner. It was a pleasure to play for you and to hear everyone joining in so enthusiastically - a real fun evening.
8 Jim Neal

Saturday 18 Oct 2008 20:10:51 BST
Posted:10:58 Sat 12th May 2007



As I finish my year as Mayor of Test Valley the Mayoress and I would like to thank The WEOS for their hospitality over the last two years. Every concert we attended was most enjoyable and entertaining. The professional way in which the society is run is most impressive and also we wish to thank Terry Trevett for the help he gave in running a very successful event for my charity. We both hope to attend some future events and wish the WEOS every success for the future. Jim & Maria Neal Retiring Mayor & Mayoress of Test Valley
7 Carol Williams

Saturday 18 Oct 2008 19:59:07 BST
Posted:19:24 Sat 14th April 2007



Had a wonderful visit to Andover to play the concert. Please check out my website to see some coverage of the concert. www.melcot.com
6 Pat West

Saturday 18 Oct 2008 19:52:40 BST
Posted:15:02 Sun 5th November 2006



Peter and I always enjoy our visits to WEOS and are delighted to see you going form strength to strength. Well done to the committee. See you all soon. Pat West - Chairman, Hampshire County Council
5 Alan Kidgell

Saturday 18 Oct 2008 19:47:36 BST
Posted:15:00 Mon 10th April 2006



On behalf of the members of the Andover VIPs (Visually Impaired Peoples) Club who attend the concerts at Weyhill, I would like to thank Terry and the committee very much for the kindness and hospitality they have shown us since the Society's formation. Locally, there is very little entertainment for poorly sighted or non-sighted people to enjoy, but the organ concerts are excellent and such a boon to the lives of our members. Not only do they derive much enjoyment from the monthly concerts but they also participate in the various social outings arranged by the Society. Keep up the good work - and a massive thank you on their behalf.
4 Liesl Mller

Saturday 18 Oct 2008 19:46:46 BST
Posted:21:24 Thu 6th April 2006



My own impromptu appearance at the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society was in January 2005, on the occasion of a concert featuring Penny Weedon – a Tribute to Viennese Music – when I was invited to sing some Viennese Heurigen songs (wine songs). The event was supported by the Anglo-Austrian Society, who provided Apfel Strdel and Austrian wines for our delectation! Though I had never previously met Penny (she has since become a good friend), her great musicality made it possible to successfully blend her music with four of my songs – all completely unrehearsed! The concert venue was full with an attentive and appreciative audience. Weyhill is obviously a thriving club, excellently managed and with concerts much enjoyed by all concerned. I wish the Society continued success and will be happy to attend future concerts – as a member of the audience or as a performer. Liesl Mller
3 Margaret Falkner

Saturday 18 Oct 2008 19:39:27 BST
Posted:15:15 Fri 23rd December 2005



Nice to see a Club with initiative, dedication and enthusiasm - all adding up to success. Long may you continue!
2 Sir George Young

Saturday 18 Oct 2008 19:37:48 BST
Posted:16:21 Wed 21st December 2005



I congratulate Terry Trevett on founding WEOS and, with his small team, putting on some great concerts. I very much enjoyed going to one of the earlier ones, and I know what pleasure they give to so many people. As the local MP, I am proud to have WEOS in my North West Hants constituency. Best wishes, George Young
1 Penny Weedon

Saturday 18 Oct 2008 19:29:34 BST
Posted: 22:42 Fri 23rd September 2005



What is it they say? "By hook or by crook I'll be first in your book!". There you are - I've christened it :-) All the best Penny