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This is where we'll announce the most recent news on our web site and online shop. If you've visited us before and want to know what's changed, take a look here first.

Latest News!

Gregory Audio Visual now has a "Daily Blog" and "Facebook" Page where our latest news is placed. Please visit us for competitions, the latest "Gregory Audio Visual News" for other items of interesting information, special offers and deals  via our online shop.

      

June 2009

Starlight Walk for East Lancashire Hospice - Gregory Audio Visual are delighted to have provided the stage sound equipment and lighting for this year East Lancashire Hospice Starlight Walk. 

Lancashire Evening Telegraph news article by Catherine Pye: A SEA of silver and sparkles lit up Blackburn at night as more than 800 woman helped raise essential funds for East Lancashire Hospice. The third annual Silver Starlight Walk, an eight-mile stroll through the town starting and ending at Ewood Park, started at 10pm last night. To mark the hospice’s 25th anniversary, this year’s participants were asked to wear tiaras, silver and anything they could find that glittered. Ann Duckworth took part with colleagues from T J Holt and Associates dental surgery, Preston New Road, in memory of one of their fathers who had been cared for at the hospice. She said: “It was a fantastic atmosphere and everyone really got into the spirit of things wearing tiaras and wings and special leggings. It was wonderful to see and it kept you going. “We finished in just short of three hours. My legs are sore now but it was well worth it. “We have so far raised £600 and our fundraising at the surgery continues next week.” Organiser Harry Grayson, of the hospice, said: “Everyone entered into the spirit of the occasion marvellously. "For the first time there was no rain and the first walkers came back at midnight and the stragglers at 2.10am! “The hospice extends its thanks to the police, the St John Ambulance, RAYNET Ribble Valley, sponsors and all the ladies for their endeavours. "It isn’t easy walking eight miles, but they did us proud.” Mr Grayson said it was too early to say how much has been raised but it could be as high as £100,000.

January 2009

NHS Awards Evening, Gregory Audio Visual are proud to have staged the second NHS Awards Evening for 2008-9. Our client was so impressed they have booked us for 2010.

New Year 2009

Gregory's invest in full HD (High Definition) video production editing suite and cameras. Gregory Audio Visual have purchased the very latest Sony EX3 Camcorders and a custom built NLR editing suite. This means Gregory's are now focused and ready for the end of the recession when companies are expected to return to more creative online and media forms of promotion and advertising. If you would like to find out more about or facilities please contact us.

21st December 2008

Maia Work surfaces instructional DVD is completed. Working with SDA (Scott Dawson's Advertising) we recently completed the instructional DVD on how to prepare, plan & fit a Maia Kitchen work surface. The company has had most of the 2500 copies already taken and had lots of visits on You Tube. You can see the maia work surfaces introduction and the various other clips we have produced on "You Tube" if you (Click Here)

5th November 2008

Bonfire at Witton Park

Brand new online shop is now open for business. www.audio-visual-uk.co.uk has been totally redone to provide a far better and easier website to navigate. Thousands of products will be listed over the next few weeks at bargain prices.  

23 June 2008

Gregory Audio Visual provided the Stage, Entertainment and Sound System for this years Hospice Event. Fundraisers marked the longest day of the year by walking 13 miles for the East Lancashire Hospice overnight. Around 1000 Summer Solstice walkers raised at least £54,000 after braving unseasonably bad weather, setting off in wind and rain at 10pm on Saturday to walk throughout the night.

Last year's event was also supported and sponsored by Gregory Audio Visual which was for women-only, but 10per cent of this year's walkers were men after the event was opened to them. Organiser Harry Grayson said: "We have raised at least £54,000, but it could be a lot more when it's counted up. "A huge thank you to everyone."

16th May 2008 Gregory Audio Visual Production Services now film for Next. Gregory Audio Visual now produce online video adverts for famous names like NEXT, MFI, Manhattan etc. Our latest work for NEXT can be seen at this link. (CLICK HERE)

9th May 2008 Welcome Prince William to Mill Hill, Blackburn

PRINCE William showed off his own football skills in a training session with children at St Aidan's Junior School Blackburn where Gregory Audio Visual is currently fitting a two stage installation in the school & church. The prince delighted children by spinning the ball on his finger and taking part in the school playground. FA Director Trevor Brooking was also watching the session but did not get involved and the pair spoke to school children about the FA skills programme at St Aidan's Primary School.

The prince was visiting St Aidan's in his role as president of the Football Association to take a look at the impact the FA Skills Programme is having on youngsters in the area. The Prince arrived by helicopter in Witton Park and then was escorted in a black Range Rover by the police.

Over 150-strong crowd shouted, give us a wave. The prince was greeted by FA representative and former England international Trevor Brooking, council dignitaries, school staff and the Mayoral party of Blackburn with Darwen at the school entrance before going inside. Gregory Audio Visual overlooks the area and had a great view of the Prince as he played football and ball tricks with the children. Police in high visibility jackets stopped traffic in our area but this had no effect on our business.

MILL Hill residents said they were "made up for life" after shaking Prince William's hand. It really was an honour for the Mill Hill area. The prince gave a lovely presence and he spent a lot of time with the children.

Picture Far: Left: Director Elaine shows off her flag!

Picture Left:: Prince William tries to hide the ball from the children.

Picture Right:  Prince William meets children and staff of St Aidan's School

Picture Far Right: Police horse stands on guard outside our offices during the royal visit.

Latest News: Gregory Audio Visual confirm they will be main sponsors of the Witton Park Bonfire Event 2008.

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