Sunday, 31 July 2011

Festival Distro

Gareth Brookes and Julie Homersham have been out spreading the word on small press. Here are some pictures from their first stop Port Elliot Festival, the first picture depicts two stalls with many fine zines including some Walrus ones too which Gareth kindly arranged to take, the second shows Julie with a big bunch of the latest Comix Reader which sold very well I hear. Their next stop is West Dean Festival at the end of August. 

New Cross Turn Left

We ran our first round of Social Network Syndrome consultations last Sunday at The Old Police Station offering members of the public free appointments in which they would be tested and potentially diagnosed with SNS. Each consultation was about 10-15 minuets long and involved several practical and written tests and finished with a short information video detailing the pioneering work of Dr. Gustav Von Schneider. The consultations ran for five hours with our appointment sheet fully booked! Thanks to Ellen Linder for offering us the old police cell  for the day and everyone else who helped organise New Cross Turn Left

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

The danger that is SNS

Strengthening our ties with the University of Kominsance, we are pleased to support the important research of Dr Gustav Von Schneider and his team of specialists who'll be in the UK for the first time - offering FREE consultations investigating the phenomenon and danger that is SNS.

For support and advice about this crippling syndrome, please find us at New Cross Turn Left from 1pm - 6pm on Sunday 24th July.

Let us help you help you.