Concert for Diana Programmes now available Online

Because of the extra security arrangements on the night a number of the booths selling the programmes were unable to open. This led to a number of programmes not being sold.
You can go online at the official concert site and purchase a programme for 10 pounds, I know because I just did exactly that.
I live overseas and couldn’t attend the event but wanted to support the charities, but couldn’t afford to buy a ticket.

From the official site:

 

“Originally only available on the day of the concert at Wembley Stadium, a limited number of programmes are now available online here.
The official commemorative programme for Concert for Diana has 128 pages packed with fabulous photographs of the Princess, including previously unseen childhood photographs, as well as specially commissioned articles about her, including some by her friends and family.
Also included are wonderful photos of the artists who made Concert for Diana such an unforgettable occasion, and profiles of the Concert beneficiaries, to whom all net proceeds from the sale of programmes will go.”

 

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Squirl

While exploring the different social cataloguing sites Librarything, Gurulib and Shelfari I saw a reference to Squirl.

I have been looking for a solution to cataloguing my collection of Royal Memorabilia for a long time.
Basically Squirl is a free web site for collectors.
You can upload your pictures, add a description, and choose whether or not to keep it private or to share with others. You are allowed up to 3 seperate collections with a limit of 200 items in total. Totally for Free.
Fantastic šŸ™‚ Now I just have to find the time to catalogue everything…

I have added a button in the sidebar. There are only half a dozen items in there right now, but it will grow. One of my favourite items is a Limited Edition Enamel Box that I purchased from Althorp in 1998 when I visited England.

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