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A Walk with Sammy (and friends) …… an off lead adventure

Today Sammy had another session with her trainer, Shenanigans with Shadow, and her favourite four legged friends Shadow (the husky) and Calypso ( malamute X Rottweiler X German shepherd). Sammy was allowed off lead to play and learned a lot from Calypso, her recall was fantastic and we are really proud of how far shes come in just 5 weeks. Sammy enjoyed the freedom of being off lead all around the park

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Afternoon Walk With Sammy GSD

Yesterday we took our family rescue dog Sammy to the park for her training. Shes 10 and hasn’t really socialised with any other dogs for the past three years as she was reactive to other dogs. On one of Sammys walks she came across a dog trainer who was interested to know why Sammy was wearing a ‘no dogs’ coat, after a little discussion with Sammys human mummy we took the trainers card and arranged Sammys first session. Shes only been having training sessions for a few weeks but it has already made such a difference. We really can’t thank Shenanigans with Shadow enough and we look forward to the day when we can take Sammy to the park or beach and let her off the lead. anyway, here are some of the adorable doggos we met.

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Primordial Burns Night

We had the pleasure of attending Burns night Supper in Edinburgh with our friends at Primordial Radio. The evening was a stark contrast to the night before with the guests swapping their usual battle jackets and jeans for something a little more formal. There was plenty of Pride of Primordial tartan, which celebrated its first birthday, on show from Kilts and dresses to ties, pocket squares, and cufflinks. It was an evening to remember with the traditional bagpipes, address to the Haggis (with added translation for us Sassenachs) and all the traditional speeches and poetry.

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Primordial Presents in Edinburgh

Once again we were invited to Primordial Presents, an event that showcases some of the best bands on the local music scene. This time we travelled to Edinburgh where we were treated to live music from Ramage Inc. with support from A Ritual Spirit and North Atlas.

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Primordial Presents Live 2

We were invited to Primordial Presents Live 2. This is the second of Primordial Radio’s free gigs that showcases new and upcoming bands while raising money for charity. Once again the event was held at Rebellion in Manchester. The charities being supported were Manchester Mind and Heavy Metal Truants. Headlining this edition were Tequila Mockingbyrd, who were supported by Jackal’s Backbone, Saurr and Blind River.

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Lancaster Music Festival

We were invited to photograph the Friday night of the Lancaster Music Festival. This was held at The Sugarhouse, with Massive wagons headlining. Support came from Sold to the Sky and Tequila Mockingbyrd. This was a big night for local band Massive Wagons as this was their first 1000 cap sell out show. The event was compered by Dewsbury from Primordial Radio.

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Primordial Radio Big Bang 3

We were invited to Primordial Radio’s Big Bang 3 event, which took place at Ogri MCC Clubhouse in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. The event was held on Friday Sept 27th and Saturday Sept 28th, two nights of music, fun, and laughter with friends both old and new. On Friday there was Sing While You’re Mingin’ Rock Karaoke, while Saturday night’s entertainment consisted of headliners Bootyard Bandits, who say they are “a bootscootin’ tongue-in-cheek country rock band”, with support from Last Call, who are a Nu Metal tribute band, both supplying copious amounts of energy to feed the crowd and keep them bouncing and dancing till it was time for a specially curated Primordial Radio playlist to keep the late night revellers up and dancing till the early hours.

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Primordial Presents

We were fortunate enough to photograph the very first Primordial Presents hosted by Primordial Radio at Rebellion in Manchester. The event showcased new bands and live music as well as raising money for two very worthy charities, Manchester MIND and The Sophie Lancaster Foundation.