Additional musicians: Neil Diment - Guitars, Drew McCulloch - Keyboards, Larry Primrose - Bass. Released at the time of the FIFA World Cup, the release also includes a fold out Northsound Radio Tartan Army Roll of Honour, a list of fans of the Scotland national football team. The song was released as single, attaining No. 54 in the U.K ...
Neil Diment, M@HoT co-ordinator, said Cream Tees was always on the look-out for new members. Anyone interested should contact Mr Diment on or email neil@ndi ment.co.uk. Share. Tweet. Most Read. 1 Appeal after money stolen from Barnard Castle cash machine 7 Dec 2018;
Neil Diment. DIMENT Neil passed away suddenly in Cyprus on the 25 October Beloved son of Vera, husband to Eva. Published in the Watford Observer on views. Messages. Sign in or Register to leave a message. You can also add a picture, or choose one from our gallery. Leave your message.
Neil Diment. Band: The Watershed. Instruments: 1 Excalibur original in Ocean Blue. 1 Excalibur original in Black. Discography: New album out on Crambo Records soon (ISBN tbc), find out more at www.thewatershed.net. Special features: Ocean Blue guitar is a very early Excalibur with Kahler Spyder locking trem and maple fingerboard. ...
NEIL Diment, our guest speaker in May, is guest speaker the Community Officer for the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Hay Time Project. The project’s aim is to work with land-owners to restore, enhance and conserve hay meadows. To help with this they have interviewed farmers who remember how the meadows were man-
(Photo by Neil Diment) Community Choir M@HoT’s hopes of starting up a community choir in Barnard Castle to sing local folk songs has not so far met with much success. However, other opportunities for young singers in Teesdale are becoming available.
Neil calls time after six years at the heart of youth music. By Nicky Carter - Reporter • 6 Feb PASTURES NEW: Neil Diment is calling time on his work with the Cream Tees. A PASSIONATE band leader and cultural conservationist is calling time on his spell reviving Teesdale’s folk heritage.
In order to address this, the North Pennines AONB Partnership commissioned local heritage interpreter, Neil Diment, to research the historical management of upland hay meadows in the North Pennines with specific reference to the twentieth century.