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Various - The Lord Taveners At The Mansion House mp3 album

Various - The Lord Taveners At The Mansion House

Musician: Various
Album title: The Lord Taveners At The Mansion House
Style: Spoken Word, Comedy
Released: 1972
Size MP3 version: 1458 mb
Size APE version: 1222 mb
Size WMA version: 1686 mb
Rating ✫: 4.3
Votes: 904
Format: TTA XM DMF VOC MP4 WMA MP1
Genre: Audiobooks, sounds

Various - The Lord Taveners At The Mansion House mp3 album

Various - The Lord Taveners At The Mansion House mp3 album

Tracklist

A1 Martin Boddey Speech
A2 Sir Peter Studd Speech
A3 Harry Secombe Speech
A4 Frank Crozier Speech
B1 The Lord Mancroft Speech
B2 H.R.H. The Duke Of Edinburgh Speech

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Senol Printing Ltd.

Credits

  • Engineer – Robin DeAth
  • Producer, Editor – Bill Crozier

Notes

Recorded on Tuesday July 6th 1971

Malara
It may not be entirely coincidental that the decision to found a Club called the Lord's Taverners was taken in the week following West Indies famous victory in the Lord's Test Match of 1950.On their 21st birthday in 1971 there was reason enough to celebrate and this they did in style with a dinner at the Mansion House in the presence of The Lord Mayor of London. But if the Lord's Taverners were at this time still a Club with a small membership largely confined to the south-east of England.They enable young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and those with disabilities to enjoy sport.In addition to the young people they support, they measure their impact by the 'sporting chances' they create.They have achieved this by providing:• 40 specially adapted minibuses in the 40th anniversary of the programme• 23 sensory rooms and 7 outdoor play spaces• Recycled kit for 13 countries • 77 multi-sports wheelchairs• More than 45,000 boys and girls with the chance to enjoy cricket through community programmes• 2,512 sessions in disability cricket programmes.In 2002 The Sports Wheelchair Sponsorship Scheme was set up. The Patron of this scheme is Dame Tanni Grey Thompson DBE. To date the charity has funded over 300 wheelchairs.