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    Phil Williams and Sarah Deere Jones please scroll down and click on the subject in which you are interested Go straight to DC Drives Ltd Lammas Medieval Music Duo Sarah Deere Jones HARP Phil Williams CITTERN PIPES Harp Cittern English acoustic music concerts and CD Shepherds Huts By Phil Williams Courses in harp bagpipes and singing are on the separate website below www cornwallharpcentre co uk e mail inf0 at

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  • DCDrives
    Battery Stairlifts and the Bison Bede Contour Automatic Levelling Stairlift as well as the excellent Induction Loop Remote Control We have now re invented Infra Red remote controls and overcome the range limitations of line of sight so that a standard hand held sender works over 1 2 a mile in open space Featured in Electronics Weekly Honest looking chap on left This means that an infra red remote control will work comfortably over several stories in a building and is entirely reliable over curved rail installations with no irritating drop outs and without going to the trouble of multiple receive points or reflectors or repeaters It is also universally acceptable so there are no Radio Frequency issues between countries We can also provide Hinge rail interlocks and Hinge rail UP DOWN Commands The result is simplification One system for all lifts straight Curved and Complex fit and forget Left Transmit Module Right Receiver Module DC Drives has made Infra Red far better than Radio for controlling Stairlifts And this is one industry we know very well indeed Call Phil Williams on 01288 341308 or email dcdrives trehawsa com Download this as a pdf here We also have invented a

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  • Lammas, Music for a Medieval Setting
    Visit our new Lammas page on www historicalharpist co uk lammas htm

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  • Thomas Hardy Song Settings
    Eggs canada Gorgeous music BBC Radio Shropshire Hauntingly beautiful Thomas Hardy Society The following sound samples are taken from the CD Timing Her The Gray Mare D J Harp Cittern 218k The End of the Episode Harp Voice 139k Lingmell Reel D J Harp Concertina 146k Cuckoos nest trad Harp Smallpipes 186k As the tide was flowing trad Harp voice 220k Soirbheas CD In 2006 Sarah Phil released another album Soirbheas pronounced surra vis it is the gaelic word for Fairwind a unique CD mixing the mystical sound of Aeolian or wind blown harp with Celtic harp improvisations and traditional pieces from across Celtic Britain A magical series of sound poems it also features a unique track for harp and wind turbine called Whispers For more details on this and all other CDs and on courses and sheet music for harp produced by Sarah see www cornwallharpcentre co uk Remarkable music Natalie Wheen Classic FM Soirbheas CD named Classic FM CD of the year 2006 An inventive intuitive player there is a timeless spiritual beauty embedded in each of the five themes Musician Magazine Absolutely magnificent John Shaw BBC Radio Trent Quite beautiful Frank Hennesey BBC Radio Wales Sarah has a truly beautiful voice and the playing is top notch Platterpus The following sound samples are taken from the CD Soirbheas Sample of Whispers Harp and Wind Turbine Sample of St Govans Bell Sample of Aeolian Celtic Harp Biography Sarah Deere Jones is a graduate and prize winner in harp from the Royal Academy of Music in London but while pursuing a classical career she always maintained her love and interest in traditional folk and medieval music and in 1994 produced her first recording of Dorset folk songs and own compositions Scenes and Dreams which was highly successful and was featured in Dorset Life magazine as well as various radio programes including BBC Radio 2 s Folk on Two and capitol radio s Richard Digence show BBC radio Solent Radio Trent Two medieval albums followed Amoroso and Lammas featuring other instruments but based on harp She appeared at folk clubs and festivals right across England as well as for music festivals theatres and arts centres TV and Radio Sarah s playing is respected across the country and she runs the Cornwall Harp Centre www cornwallharpcentre co uk providing tuition and residential courses for pupils from across the world Phil Williams has been playing concertina and guitar as well as Morris dancing for 30 years and in the last 8 has become obsessed by bagpipes of all kinds Playing medieval bagpipes on Amoroso and Lammas medieval CDs he then focussed on smallpipes of the Northumbrian and Scottish variety and cittern joining Sarah on the CDs Timing Her and Soirbheas Download Publicity photo JPG 347k Download Short flyer info in Word 20k Workshops Hands on Harps A unique opportunity for raw beginners to try playing a harp as up to 14 harps can be provided Adults and chidlren over 10 years of

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  • Shepherds Huts made by Phil Williams
    and includes a steerable front axle with draw bar and the wheels are 5 across reducing sinkage The wheels are made from cast iron to an original pattern and the huts can be fitted out either as a bedroom or an office The standard items are Tongue Groove interior with 1 window and stained varnished pine floor Exterior is plastic coated corrugated iron Roof is galvanised corrugated iron painted black

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  • Vegetarian B&B
    flora and fauna the domestic animals lead happy peaceful and long lives and Trehawsa is an organic and environmentally friendly household Trehawsa once a Victorian game keepers cottage is set in a beautiful secluded valley facing the sea its 11 acres are home to Sarah s horses dogs sheep and rare breed poultry and include an ancient six acre Oak wood with a small stream and nature trail There are stunning coastal cliff walks wide sandy beaches and beautiful scenery nearby small villages to explore and the famous holiday areas of Boscastle Bude Tintagel and Hartland are all within easy reach Sarah and Phil grow much of their own fruit and vegetables and when they can t they source local organically grown produce Breakfast consists of eggs laid by our own rare breed hens organic wholemeal toast veggie sausages mushrooms tomatoes beans served with fair trade tea or coffee and fruit juices and cereals Full Vegan breakfasts can also be served All can be consumed in our homely farmhouse kitchen where a variety of wild birds can be watched at the window feeders If you are lucky you may glimpse Red deer badgers foxes or see barn owls and bats

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  • Hummingbirds
    near right female Far right however is the Violet tailed Sylph photgraphed at Sachatamia lodge in the Western Andes They are one of the most elegant hummingbird species Here left the Andean Emerald is displaying its acrobatic skills in the pouring rain whereas this little Western Emerald right is showing off its gorgeous metalic green feathers as it quietly perches on the beam of a very special house in the Tandayapa valley We visited the house of Tony Nunnery an american professional tour guide and vegan who welcomed us onto his verandah to watch the hundreds of hummingbirds that come to the feeders in his private garden Tony is also a musician so we chatted about music whilst admiring his birds and taking advantage of his knowledge and experience in identifying them Here the rainforest was determined to justify its name and it poured with rain all day English style The Mountain Avocet bill left is one of the more unusual hummers and we were lucky to see it at the Guango lodge it is difficult to appreciate here but the bill is slightly upturned hence the name By contrast we saw many Buff winged Starfrontlets right at Sachatamia in the lower Western Andes The Giant hummingbird seen here was a real treat and we spotted it in the Antisana reserve in the high Paramo on the slopes of the Antisana Volcano At around 10 000 ft altitude this area consists of dry and cold grassland tundra and the giant hummingbird is seen here on the Puya succulent where it is clearly enjoying the nectar and the yellow pollen can be seen all over its bill on the right This plant was in flower and gave us a rare opportunity to get close to this bird Behind it could be seen the snowcapped peaks and flowing glaciers of the Antisana volcano Left the collared Inca and right the Brown Inca The Green crowned brilliant here left is a truly beautiful hummingbird with its bright glittering green plumage and its little purple bib it contrasts with the slightly duller fawn breasted brilliant right here seen at a feeder both in the Western Andes Whilst in the Western Andes we visited a wonderful restaurant called the Mirador del Rio Blanco which has hummingbird feeders on its terrace and there we saw these gorgeous Green crowned Woodnymphs left female and right male Behind the feeders were the most spectacular views of the Rio Blanco valley with the steeply forested moutains and rich green meadows surrounding it The food there also was extremely good and very cheap The coronets are a lovely group of hummingbirds left is the Chestnut breasted coronet and right the staggeringly beautiful Velvet purple coronet whilst far right is the Buff tailed coronet The glowing puffleg is a pretty hummer found in the Eastern Andes he gets his name from the little fluffy white trousers around his legs Many hummingbirds such as this one live in quite humid rainforests at

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  • 30adrive.htm
    and slow nudge features The current limit provides a means to prevent the rig being over laden a significant safety feature The board has all safety limit features required plus built in circuitry to prevent damage due to misuse such as reverse battery polarity A built in battery charger maintains the 12v battery at its optimum operating condition All features have been thoroughly life tested under full load conditions The

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