From East to West we gigged
This month we have been DJs at:
- a Teenage Disco at Cardiff Harlequins RFC
- an Annual Ball at Halfway Inn, Nantgaredig, Carmarthen
- a children’s birthday party at Milford Haven RFC
- Our regular children’s disco at Longford Memorial Hall, Skewen, Neath.
I was going to update the blog next weekend; but realised that next month, we would have started March! A few weeks later, it will be British Summer Time, and another school holiday begins. Where has all the time gone?
It’s been quieter this month, what with the run down after Christmas, and this being the first school holiday after that. The days are getting longer; but not necessarily warmer. The extra daylight has given us the time to revamp and update the lighting systems of the show and get some repairs done.
The first time in a while that we have had a run of dry weather. All goes well; it will be time to get the robots out — time to do some test runs. Before we realise, it will be time for some Science Roadshows.
Friday 26th January 2018 – I had a wonderful time at Model Church in Wales Primary School, Carmarthen. The Year 6 pupils were enthusiastic about the story of my 8-Foot-Robot-Cat. They asked some brilliant questions.
They were enthusiastic and enjoyed the PowerPoint presentation. They appreciated examining the robot claw.
Lessons like this help in the promotion of STEM and Science in schools. A special thanks to the teaching staff for their support.
Diamond Dust is now on the Resources Bank for teachers and schools.