Welcome to the Our Lady of Ransom School Parents’ Association.                     olorcpspa@gmail.com

The Our Lady of Ransom School Parents Association (PA) exists to foster a feeling of 'community' amongst the parents through its social events whilst at the same time raising funds for the benefit of the school. All parents of Our Lady of Ransom School Children are automatically members of the Parents Association. Apart from holding events which enable parents to socialise with each other, the Association, through its fundraising activities, generates an income in excess of £15,00 per year all of which is available to provide extra equipment or activities
for the pupils. In short it can enhance your child's education while helping to increase our sense of community. 

In the last few years, the PA has paid for many different items requested by parents and staff, ranging from new chairs for the school hall, football goals to Chromebooks.

Our website contains information on our activities and fundraising status, as well as giving you a flavour of who we all are and what we do.

For PA Members, this site contains details of meeting dates and the minutes. Check the handy calendar to see what's coming up next.

For Parents, this site contains information about past and planned projects. Have a look at how we're spending the money you are donating. If you would like to know more about the PA and possibly how to volunterr or join the Committee, then this is the place to look.

For Potential Parents, you can find out a lot about the school by seeing what the Parents' Association gets up to. We think our school is the best, and we also like to think that our Association is pretty good too! Browse around our site, feel free to attend one of our public events, and get a flavour of what Our Lady of Ransom School is all about.

Kindest Regards,

The PA Committee.



A list of who's who in our PA Committee

Chair: Tania Bonici

Vice Chair: Mr Craig Gallimore

Secretary: Mrs Claire Harnetty

Vice-Secretary: Mrs Danielle Beaney

Treasurer: Mrs Suzie Whitehead


Please use this email address for to contact them olorcpspa@gmail.com

If you would like to help or have any comments / suggestions we would love to hear from you.



Here are just a few of our fantastic past events!




Upcoming PA Events

 

Exciting News and Announcements

  • New OLOR PA Chairwoman and Committee Elected for 2017/18 Thank you to those who were able to attend our first meeting of this school year, our AGM where the PA committee was nominated and elected as follows:Chair: Tania ...
    Posted 21 Sep 2017, 15:28 by OLOR PA Association
  • Chair's Annual Report 2016/17 It is my pleasure as Chair to report back on the past year’s activities and events of the PA.  As a committee we have been extremely delighted to have ...
    Posted 21 Sep 2017, 15:12 by OLOR PA Association
  • Christmas Bazaar 2016 Thank you to everyone who came to enjoy the OLOR Christmas Bazaar on Saturday. We had a fun and festive time and the PA hopes that we inspired your Christmas ...
    Posted 24 Nov 2016, 08:36 by OLOR PA Association
  • Happy World Teachers Day. Happy World Teachers Day to all of the teaching staff at our wonderful school Our Lady of Ransom.We appreciate all of your hard work all year round.From The ...
    Posted 4 Oct 2016, 17:31 by OLOR PA Association
  • Hello from Clare Mason - Chairwoman Hello all,I am posting quickly to say thank you all very much for your kind support and... for those that were able to come to the PA meeting on ...
    Posted 4 Oct 2016, 16:44 by OLOR PA Association
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Here is how much we have raised this academic year, lets keep it up!















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New OLOR PA Chairwoman and Committee Elected for 2017/18

posted 21 Sep 2017, 15:28 by OLOR PA Association

Thank you to those who were able to attend our first meeting of this school year, our AGM where the PA committee was nominated and elected as follows:

Chair: Tania Bonici. 

Vice Chair: Mr Craig Gallimore

Secretary: Mrs Claire Harnetty 

Vice-Secretary: Mrs Danielle Beaney

Treasurer: Mrs Suzie Whitehead

Congratulations to you all.

Chair's Annual Report 2016/17

posted 21 Sep 2017, 15:12 by OLOR PA Association

It is my pleasure as Chair to report back on the past year’s activities and events of the PA.  As a committee we have been extremely delighted to have organised and overseen a record number of PA events in the last 12 months raising an extraordinary amount for the school. We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all those parents who helped and volunteered in any way. It simply would not be possible without your support or your ideas. Indeed many of the events mentioned below were in fact borne of your ideas and suggestions!

For fear of missing anyone out – I shall not be able to list all names and thank people individually but you know who you all are I hope!! The Treasurer's Report will deal with the facts and figures in more detail but I would like to (as briefly as I can !) review the events that have taken place:

We began last September 2016 with the school’s first Camp Out which set the year off to a flying start ! Indeed this camping event will now hopefully become a firm fixture on the OLOR calendar with the second camp out already having taken place this weekend.  A huge thank you to the parents who have been behind this wonderful family event and all the volunteer supporters.

 A new fundraising venture we also introduced last year was the Christmas Card scheme which proved a great success and gave children an opportunity to showcase their artistic talents at the same time as helping to raise money for the school. Our traditional Christmas Bazaar took place at the end of the Autumn Term with a fantastic number of stalls and volunteer helpers.  We invited the Wickford Air Cadets, ShowBiz dance school and a ‘Princess and Superhero’ to help entertain the crowds and under a beautifully decorated school hall (again a parent volunteer) a magical afternoon was had by all. A special thanks  to   all local businesses  and individuals who kindly donated prizes, paid for advertising and offered their support.

In the New Year of 2017, thanks to the help of an enthusiastic team of volunteers we brought back an OLOR institution – the ‘Movie Night’, which proved an overwhelming success and as popular as it had been back in the 80’s! More of this nights hopefully to follow!

To beat the winter blues our next event was the 50th Anniversary Ball  which gave us all a chance to put our glad rags on and enjoy ourselves as well as raising a huge amount of money. Thank you to the team who put together this wonderful Ball which is no mean feat!!  

Another new fundraising event that we introduced to the PA Calendar this year were the Mothers and Fathers Day Sales in the Spring and Summer Term. The children absolutely loved to be able to choose gifts for their parents and loved ones, and have them individually and beautifully wrapped by a team of volunteer parents.  Thank you all so much for the support you gave overwhelmingly to these two memorable events.   

During the Easter Holidays, a hugely successful family event took place – An Easter Treasure Hunt. This was an idea from a parent who designed and mapped out a trail with Easter Egg prizes at the end. Not only a great fundraiser but it gave families a lovely day out and gave them a chance to explore parts of Rayleigh that they may not have known or noticed before.

In May saw the ever popular Race Night make its return, raising a fantastic amount and also providing a great night out for families. The event was tinged with some sadness as it was (possibly!?) Roy Mundy’s last Race Night.  Roy Mundy as many of you know has been a stalwart of the PA. He is  the ‘Roy’ of ‘Roys Army’ – the volunteer army who help with the set up and put down of most PA events . He is also the man who designs and builds the amazing ‘Roy’s Games’ that are of such a feature of the School Bazaar and Fete. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten!

The Summer Term saw yet another new fundraising event in the form of the great Inflatable afternoon. The children absolutely loved this and it was a great success financially. The heat of the summer term was also eased by another fundraising idea – that of the after school lolly sales. Thanks to those parents who dedicated their time to manning this very popular  service to children and parents at the school gate!!   

Another first at the school was the idea from a parent to run a Race for Life afternoon in the school grounds in aid of Cancer Research UK and a charity close to everyone’s heart.  In spite of all the many events that we were already organising, grandparents parents and children came out in force to support this and the afternoon was an overwhelming success raising an extraordinary amount of money for this worthy cause.

Following soon after was our biggest event, the Annual School Summer Fete. Once again, a fantastic show of support from parent volunteers and staff to make this a truly memorable and successful day with many thousands of pounds raised.  Performances took place in a large arena showcasing our school talent (cheerleading choir and fencing!)alongside local groups such as the dog display team, Big Sing Choir, ShowBiz, Get up and Dance and much more besides.  Thanks to the connections of our parents, we were thrilled to also have a large tractor on site, an armed response team, a black cab, a 50’s style MOD scooter, a petting zoo and a fantastic competition to drive an Audi Sports Car for a weekend! The field was a buzz of activity! Thank you once again to all the parents who supported this event and businesses who donated raffle prizes, paid for advertising and to all those who helped on the day in any way.

This year we decided to try a new fundraising idea – that of the Adventure Island Wristbands to sell at a discounted rate and with a view to raising funds for the school at the same time. This has been a win win situation and throughout the year we have sold a great number of wristbands. Thank you sincerely to the parents who have co ordinated this and sold the wristbands. Your help has been greatly appreciated and it has been a great way to raise money for our school.

Our role as the PA has not just been about raising money for the school as important as that is, but we have also endeavoured to reach out to parents at school and to other groups in our community to see ways in which we can work together for our mutual benefit and to build a better community spirit.

We are very lucky at school that we have so many parents with such  a  wide and varied set of professions and skills. We have tried to tap into this at our large events such as the Fete and the Bazaar and also in other ways such as the notice board in the waiting area, which is now a place for parents to advertise businesses and services.  Also, and more specifically, in the Summer Term, a parent who is a paramedic,  ran an invaluable First Aid event, which was well supported and extremely informative.  We hope to run more events such as this and are always keen to hear from parents with specialist training or skills, or who may be able to bring something different  or unique to a school event.

In terms of reaching out to community groups,  we have tried to forge closer links to our parish pre school this year. At our summer fete, the pre-school had their own competition (the black cab ride!)which drew quite a crowd ! For the pre-school’s annual sports day, the PA suggested they make use of the school field – which Mr Parascandolo kindly allowed and a wonderful afternoon it was too with the children and parents having the space to run and jump to their hearts content as well as a chance to meet the Reception Team staff. We hope this will become an annual event.

Using the convent building has also meant that we have become close to the teams working in the offices upstairs for the Brentwood Catholic Children's Society. We have helped them to promote their charity work by selling their Xmas cards at the bazaar and throughout the year we have donated items to them such as hampers which they used at their own fundraising events. In return they have kindly let us use their garage space for Fete and Bazaar donations for which we are most grateful. We have tried to maintain a strong bond with Our Lady of Ransom Church, through advertising events in their newsletters and also organising coffee mornings. The Legion of Mary, other parish groups and of course Fr Paul have also been invited to all our main school events to run stalls  as a way of providing a link between he school and the parish which was always something that was intended since the school’s opening.

Speaking of which! The school celebrated its 50th Anniversary this year and the PA took a leading role.  We helped to organise the events which culminated in the memorable Family day - to include the mass celebrated by the bishop, the balloon launch, sports day and the hugely successful barn dance . The community spirit of warmth and generosity once again shone though and was commented upon by several invited guests and former staff of the school.  It is of great credit to you all as parents that all the events mentioned above and in particular with the addition of the 50th Celebrations, have been so well supported and attended. It really has been an incredible year!!

Furthermore, parents at the school have also come forward this year to make the school environment and grounds flourish in ways we could not have thought possible. The pond at the front of the school has lay abandoned and dormant for over 20 years but in less than a year, thanks to a small team of volunteers, new life has been breathed into it and it now is a beautiful and tranquil place where our children can learn about wildlife and our environment. Over by the school field, and again thanks to the skills and determination of a team of parent volunteers, the Woodland Area project has taken shape over the last two terms and this promises to be a really exciting chapter for the school – opening up an area that has been previously inaccessible.

I would like to take this opportunity to pay particular thanks to those volunteers that have helped with these additional projects which are so important for the life of the school and for the smaller sub working groups you have formed. Indeed another committee is now being created by volunteer parents to look at ways to rescue/revive our school pool. And so the projects continue!

I have already mentioned ‘Roys Army’ and I would like to personally thank them all once again for the many many hours they have worked at the school long past the closing of the gates and often by torchlight, to make all the above events, and projects possible. I would like to also thank their patient families too! We could not run any of the things we have done, without the support of this Army which now even includes past pupils who return to help out in all weathers. Roy’s Army – now called the OLOR volunteers and led by Paul Hughes is becoming a firm Band of Brothers and Sisters who are always willing to go the extra mile to get the job done.  I hope more parents will consider joining them in their mission!

Finally as a committee we have worked very hard this last year to try to formalise our school PA and ensure we are as accessible as possible. We have utilised the PA Facebook page as best we can to promote events and appeal for volunteers and other things where necessary. The page has therefore become a key 'Go To' point of reference for all parents. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for supporting this PA page in so many ways through volunteering sharing event photos, appeals, tips advice and information and many more things besides. Thanks must also go to the pages moderators who try to ensure the content remains PA related. As a committee we also have introduced a new social media app which is already being used by 800 other schools called Classlist. Since introducing it at the end of last term, already olor parent class reps are being assigned to help consolidate information for their class groups, help parents connect with one another  and we hope it gives parents a much more proactive role as part of the school community.

We are always very keen to hear the ideas and suggestions of parents at the school and as mentioned above  many of the events we have held this year have come directly from you. We established a central pa email for any parents to be able to contact us. This has worked very effectively and we would love you to continue to use this. As a committee we take a vote on any ideas/suggestions/proposals that are brought to us to ensure that everything is considered justly and fairly. We have done our very best to honour as many of your ideas as possible. We have subscribed to PTA UK as a source of guidance and information and have established a PA constitution to help ensure we are adhering to a formal fair and just approach to all proceedings.

Above all our aim as a committee has been to make sure every single parent at this school has a voice and a chance to contribute in any way. To those of you who want to become more involved in the PA this coming year, whatever time you can give, or support you can offer will be greatly appreciated and most welcome.

Looking ahead, to this coming year myself James Nunn and Hayley Callaway will be stepping down from our roles as chair treasurer and assistant treasurer to make way for new volunteers to take up where we have left off! We will still be an active part of the PA ensuring a smooth handover and making sure our community continue to enjoy the huge selection of events we provide for them.

I would like to personally thank you all for your overwhelming support as a parent community. On behalf of the committee I would also especially like to thank Mr Parascandolo, Mrs Peoples, Mrs Davis and all staff at the school, in particular those who kindly gave up so much of their time to help the PA in any way. Thank you for promoting and encouraging the children to support our events; for running stalls at our fetes, bazaars and the barn dance; helping gather donations, co-ordinating Christmas card drawings, ushering queues of Mother’s and Father’s Day gift customers in and out of the hall and many more things besides. From the front office team, Mrs Rance, Ms Murphy and Mrs Eaton to the staff, teaching assistants, cleaners and Mr Herring our wonderfully accomodating caretaker – you have all been incredibly supportive to the work of the PA and alongside the parents have played a vital role in the success of this last year.  I would also like to thank my fantastic team of committee members – Craig as assistant Chair, Danielle and Claire as secretaries and James  and Hayley as Treasurers.  It has been a whirlwind of a year for us with so many events  but it has been hugely enjoyable and the support you have given me has been steadfast and firm.  We have made a great team, playing, I hope to all our skills and strengths.  It has been an honour and privilege to have been Chair for this last year and I sincerely hope we have given your children and yourselves some very cherished and above all fun memories of time spent at Our Lady of Ransom. My aim through my role as Chair has been to engender enthusiasm in others and forge a strong community spirit to go forward and I hope I have achieved that. Above all I  hope you all have made new friends and found joy, contentment and laughter as part of this unique school family.

Your retiring Chair,


Clare Mason


Christmas Bazaar 2016

posted 24 Nov 2016, 08:36 by OLOR PA Association

Thank you to everyone who came to enjoy the OLOR Christmas Bazaar on Saturday. We had a fun and festive time and the PA hopes that we inspired your Christmas spirit just in time for Advent as you enjoyed the wonderful entertainment provided by Showbiz dancers, Wickford Air Cadets, the OLOR choir, Mrs Mason’s Drama Club as well as Cinderella and Spider-Man who all gave up their time to be with us on the day.
As always, it is the aim of the PA to create a magical event for our children and their families to enjoy. So much so that we set about planning the Bazaar as early as July! And whilst others enjoyed the gloriously sunny first half-term of this year, the PA were already thinking snowflakes, festivities and mulled wine.
Seeing all the smiling faces and the school, parish and community spirit makes us all incredibly proud to be able to do this on your behalf. However we couldn’t have done it without the PA volunteers and, once again, we were overwhelmed with support from children, past pupils, parents, grandparents and our extended parish family. There are so many who came to help before, during and after the event that it would be impossible to name you all. Please know that we are especially grateful to you ALL for giving up your time, creativity, experience and expertise because, without you, we could not have produced another fabulous event for the school.
There are a few special thanks we would like to extend: 
Thank you to Mr Mundy for all the amazing games he has handmade for our school over the years (and the new ones he made for this event!) and for managing his army of volunteers. This is his final year at OLOR as his youngest son is in Year 6 and he will be hosting his final Race Night in May. We are indebted to him for his consistent support.
Thank you to Mr Geeson for returning to support the PA as the compere and auction master on Saturday.  
Thank you to the fabulous hamper team, Mrs Shepherd and Mrs Donno, who have given up so much of their time to create them.
Thank you to Mr Shillingford, Mr Harnetty and Mr Budd for providing a magical Christmas surprise throughout the afternoon ~ we appreciated your support and your added magic!
Thank you to Mrs Sutton and her small logistical team for decorating the hall so beautifully and with such imaginative resources. Mrs Sutton also created the ideas for the craft activities in the grotto room which the grotto team then ran on the day. The PA continue to be grateful for her essential added sparkle!
Thank you too to the hardworking and determined team who gave up their time to tirelessly obtain raffle and auction items from businesses near and far. Every donation means limiting the outgoing expenses that the PA spends on prizes, which ultimately means more profit for the school!
Thank you to Mr and Mrs Livemore for their production of our banner, posters and programme. Their eye-catching designs really capture the essence of our objective and they generously donate their time and materials to us, treating us like first-class customers!
Thank you to Mrs Docherty and her tea room team for arranging the delicious cakes and bakes. 
Thank you to Mrs Crowhurst for dedicating time to clean our food serving area, taking responsibility for our school kitchen and all her general help in the setting up on Friday night and Saturday morning as well as working on a stall for us. 
Thank you to Mr & Mrs Newby for donating the soup and jacket potatoes which sold out because they were so popular but also for their hard work in lifting, shifting and coordinating in the weeks leading up.
Thank you to Mrs Lanning for organising all our wonderful volunteers, allocating jobs, stalls and making sure everyone could offer support in their own way and for being our Health and Safety Officer on the day.
We had in excess of 100 helpers for this event, so if you helped in any way THANK YOU! You have all contributed to help raise a profit of £7,000 ! This sum will go towards supporting the education of the children.
Here is some of the feedback we have received:-
“The entertainment added a special element to the Bazaar this year”
“Changes to the layout made it easier for movement to flow through the hall with a pushchair.”
“The treasure hunt idea was inspired!”
“Would just like to say a huge well done to the new PA team. Today was fantastic. The wonderful
school and parish community spirit is always the most important factor and it was there in
abundance today. Always proud of OLOR!”
The biggest thanks, of course, goes to the school and teachers who allowed us to use the classrooms, decorate the hall and distribute information via school bags and the school newsletter. We are very lucky and it was a pleasure to work with you.

Happy World Teachers Day.

posted 4 Oct 2016, 17:29 by OLOR PA Association   [ updated 4 Oct 2016, 17:31 ]

Happy World Teachers Day to all of the teaching staff at our wonderful school Our Lady of Ransom.

We appreciate all of your hard work all year round.

From The Parents Association.

Hello from Clare Mason - Chairwoman

posted 4 Oct 2016, 16:44 by OLOR PA Association

Hello all,

I am posting quickly to say thank you all very much for your kind support and... for those that were able to come to the PA meeting on 26th September - thank you for allowing me the opportunity to step forward as Chair of the PA for our lovely school.

For those that don't know me, I am a parent at the school with 2 sons having already left (yr 7,9) and one son still remaining in yr 5. I also have a younger 19 month old daughter. Yes, family life is busy! I also am a freelance drama practitioner so you may also recognise my name (and hea my loud voice!) as I run the after school drama clubs at OLOR as well as another school. I certainly would not have put myself forward as chair if it wasn't for the fact I know I have a very dedicated team of other parents with and behind me.

The school newsletter will formally introduce the main committee members and I would like to thank them all for stepping up. However, we the committee are nothing without YOUR help, ideas and support. There is a massive wave of enthusiasm and good spirit seeping through the school at the moment. This year particularly is a great year to get involved as its the school's 50th Anniversary. Please please come along to any PA meetings and to any 'event specfic' meetings that will be arranged.
Details will be in the newsletter and posted on this PA page. I know how busy work/family life is - so even if you can't make a meeting but want to be involved, register your interest to help/offer ideas on the individual event FB pages which will soon appear (kind souls are stepping up to put all these things in place!)

A PA email address will also be available soon for you to email any fundraising/ event ideas you would like the committee to consider. I would very much hope you can kindly hare what you read here with any new parents to the school who may not be familiar to this PA page. Please introduce yourself to me in person if I do not already know you. I hope you find I am an approachable sort - albeit usually with a toddler on my hip and possibly breakfast in my hair! I am not at the gate too often as my son catches the coach, but I am sure our paths will cross!

We (committee and webmistress!) are working very hard to ensure we put everything in place (event fb pages/one central pa email/ and even a formal PA constitution!) to make sure every single parent at this school has a voice and a chance to contribute in any way. Furthermore, we aim to ensure all those involved in committees and working groups feel supported at all times. Please bear with us if this takes a little time while we the new committee find our feet.We are extremely delighted and grateful to have this wonderful opportunity and sincerely hope to give your children and yourselves some very cherished and fun memories of time spent at Our Lady of Ransom.

Thank you all again, Clare (Chair) and Committee.

New OLOR PA Chairwoman and Committee Elected

posted 4 Oct 2016, 16:33 by OLOR PA Association   [ updated 4 Oct 2016, 16:39 ]

Thank you to those who were able to attend the first PA meeting of this school year, where the PA committee was nominated as follows:

Chair: Mrs Clare Mason. Vice Chair: Mr Craig Gallimore

Secretary: Mrs Claire Harnetty Vice-Secretary: Mrs Danielle Beaney

Treasurer: Mr James Nunn

Vice-Treasurer: Mrs Hayley Callaway

Mrs Callaway will also be responsible for school liaison.

Congratulations to you all.

A Huge Thankyou to Glenn & Nicola Geeson

posted 4 Oct 2016, 16:27 by OLOR PA Association


Glenn Geeson decided to step down as OLOR Parents Association Chairman as of Summer 2016. All of the Parents at OLOR would like to Thank Glenn and Nicola for running the PA for 10 magnificent years. They hosted a series wonderful social events for the OLOR community and raised tens of thousands of pounds along the way.
They have shaped the way for the future generations of parents to jump on board and keep the OLOR PA thriving!

Here are Glenn's words on his standing down. 


'As most of you will know by now, after 10 hugely enjoyable and happy years, I have made the

very difficult decision to stand down as OLOR Parents' Association Chairman. It is the fact

that I have been supported so generously and enthusiastically by so many of the OLOR parents,

children, teachers and staff, past and present, that makes it a really tough step for me. I have

been offered many kind compliments over the years, particularly very recently but it would be

very selfish of me to take the glory. I have often been the ideas man but it is my amazing wife

Nicola who is the one who has made my thoughts and ideas actually work in practice. Neither she

nor Erin, Niamh or Ruairi have ever complained or tried to stop me when I have been out for an

evening or at the school 'out of hours' preparing for events. There really has never been a dull

moment! I suppose what I am trying to say is TEAMWORK really does make the DREAMWORK!

Come on, I had to sneak it in there didn't I? This was so abundantly evident just a couple of

weeks ago when the 2016 Fete Team put together such a fantastic fete for us all. This made me

feel so happy that I came away from the day confident that the passion that I have for all

things OLOR certainly lives on and that whilst there may be a short period of transition, the PA

is in great hands! I will chair the final PA meeting of the 2015/2016 academic year this week and

really hope that from the enthusiastic emerging PA team some leaders or 'teams of leaders' will

take on the roles of Chair, Secretary and Treasurer that become vacant from September 2016,

overseeing various 'working parties' covering all aspects of the PA.

My enthusiasm and deep rooted love for OLOR is as strong as ever and I will be maintaining my

role as a Foundation Governor of the school for as long as the school will have me and I will

continue to fully support the PA to the absolute best of my abilities. You don't get rid of me

that easily! Nicola remains fully committed to her EYFS leader and teacher roles and continues

to support the school in that way and Ruairi continues to thrive in Year 1.

Nicola and I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for the unnecessary but very

kind card and gift presented to us at the fete. It was such a lovely gesture. Finally thank you to

Mr O'Brien for first letting me realise my dream of being OLOR PA Chairman and

Mr Parascandolo for his continuous support and encouragement. I can honestly say that I have

had an absolute blast, made many lifelong friends and would do it all again in a flash!

Thank you,

Glenn and Nicola Geeson.'


Thank you again to Glenn and Nicola and we hope to see you relaxing and enjoying many future PA events!

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