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Foos - Fake Festival This year the Fake Festivals go on tour for a series of dates around the North East and 6th June – Green Park, Ossett. The covers band has an honourable place in pop music, dating back 50 Eddy Anderson of Kazabian, who are appearing at Fake Festivals . , and includes events in Brough, York, Otley, Ossett, Leeds, Halifax, Hull. Rockers of Ossett! Your 4th Ossett Fake Fest will be huge, best ever, a massive day of rock, roll and partying. This year, we are doubling the line-up, you now get .
Inseventeen different churches were recorded in Ossett, excluding "spiritualist churches". Trinity Church is one of the two Anglican churches in the town. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church was built in The Salvation Army is the only church in Gawthorpe. Ossett Trinity, the local rugby league club, resigned from the Rugby League Conference in Ossett Cricket Club also play at Dimplewells.
The Heavy Woollen District has its own cricket association and its own cricket team. Residents of Ossett are eligible to play for the Heavy Woollen District team. Ossett hosts two semi-professional football teams, both currently playing in the Northern Premier League Division One North: In Februarythe two clubs announced an agreement to merge under the name Ossett United.
Ossett has a free magazine The Ossett Review  established in July Ossett Beercart takes place on the first weekend of June. Ossett Gala takes place in July. The turning on of the Christmas lights is another focal point for the community, along with the fire station's bonfire on the Friday evening nearest to 5 November.
Ossett was defined as "wheeare the' black-leead t'tram lines" in both A Yorkshireman's Dictionary by Peter Wright and The Yorkshire Dictionary by Arnold Kellett, although neither book gives any explanation for this.FLASH - Queen tribute FAKE FESTIVAL Peterborough 2018
One interpretation is that it was mocking the town's heavy pollution when it was industrialised. Another is that Ossett people were seen as fussy and pedantic. From Austin Mitchell 's Talkin' Yorkshire page In moments of extreme anger Ossett fish-puddlers have been known to resent "thou" and reply "Don't thee thou me thee thou thissen and see how tha likes thee thouing" but this is rare. Ossett is the home of Wakefield Orchestral Wind WOWan orchestral wind band with a varied repertoire including popular film music, show music, big band, classical and their conductor's own arrangements.
Ossett is defined in the " Meaning of liff " as "a frilly spare-toilet-roll-cosy" Notable people[ edit ] This article's list of residents may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability or notability policies.
Please improve this article by removing names that do not have independent reliable sources showing they are notable AND residents, or by incorporating the relevant publications into the body of the article through appropriate citations. May The astronomer Cyril Jackson —who moved to South Africa, was born in Ossett, honoured the town when he named asteroid Deira ; the citation he submitted to the IAU boils down to "Ancient name of Ossett, Yorkshire". Benjamin Ingham — founder of the Inghamite Methodists was born in Ossett.
Inafter his return to Ossett, Ingham started to establish the Inghamite Methodists after being banned in from preaching in churches. By there were over eighty Inghamite congregations, mainly in Yorkshire and Lancashire. The first picture Wilson exhibited at the R. There is a copy of "Ossett Market" by E. Wilson on display in Wakefield Art Gallery. Thomas Cussons chemist first established the 'Cussons' personal care brand in Ossett. The initials of Thomas' eldest son John W.
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Cussons — can still be found on the wall of the original building, now the Yorkshire Bank on Station Road. Still getting shivers from it. Your show was one of the best parts of the day!!! Contact leading up to the big day was perfect. Very fast, effective and answered every question asked. All the info was excellent including the website which I thought was impeccable and even before first contact made me feel at ease. There was nothing you guys could have done better before the event.
Thought the operation was slick, concise and to the point. Band members were excellent. The drummer arrived first and was really approachable and full of fun. I really enjoyed how you came to speak to us before going on stage too.
Really added to the hype. The performance was just unreal. Sound was incredible, better than some funktion one set ups I have heard. Lights out of this world as was the video projections. Each band member was out of this world. It's far too hard to describe the emotions but cannot wait to see you live again. There was only praise from the wedding guests. Even had my 93 year old granny on the dance floor.
Never seen so many of my friends taken back to their youth and had a few on the verge of tears. Some took your business cards to tell their friends to book you!!! Pretty sure a lot of the guys will now be following you on Facebook. Once my friends know I'm sure they'll come too!!! I'll also stick out a post for you telling them. Thanks so much for playing for us.
The level of professionalism from you and your team was beyond our expectations!!!! Can't wait to see Adams pics too. He told me he expected it to be crazy but nothing like it actually was. Thanks soooo much for everything Hugh Hartnett - Groom - Wedding, Hillbark Hotel, Birkenhead - June I asked Jo and Hugh what they were looking forward to the most about their wedding, and without hesitation Hugh said for him it was the party in the evening, and especially the band - Ultra 90s - and I can now see why.
It was more like a gig! Nothing was too much and she gave us great advice and ideas for our Wedding. She was always available to call or email if I needed her or if I had any questions too. We had more than enough information and had no worries or concerns at all as Kelly was so organised and professional, all we had to do was look forward to it!
Everything was handled professionally! They not only felt like professional and experienced performers, they felt like Guests at the Wedding as you could see they were enjoying themselves as much as us! They were also more than happy to play any requests and were happy to have pictures taken with us and the Guests too which was a lovely touch. The whole thing from start to finish was amazing!
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The whole night completely exceeded our already high expectations! Us and all our Guests were blown away and everyone is constantly saying how amazing it was! The stage area looked amazing, the screens and lighting were super cool and the sound was like being at a concert! It will be the best party you ever go to! Emma Peace - Bride - Wedding - April The communication prior to the event was very good and we always felt that we were more than ready for the event.
All the band were very approachable and the performance was excellent. The feedback has been outstanding.
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As a club we are delighted. I felt you were very professional before, during and after the performance. It was an excellent 90s experience and the feedback from all those who attended has been tremendous. Hope to work with you again in the future. Easily the best party band around.
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Everyone was up on their feet all night. The night was fantastic, you took us back to our era! We too have had so many positive comments about your performance and Chris's musical and rapping talent!!
The whole evening was a success, communication with yourselves to accommodating our requests as to how the evening should be planned out! We will certainly be recommending you, and we know already that some of our friends are coming to see you at the Southend Casino, following Matt's 40th!!
A well deserved success, which you will only grow and grow from! Really fantastic we all had a really good night.