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From the Blackpool Tower Ballroom to International festivals such as Tunisia, Malta and Cyprus salsa festivals, Chris has gained a vast amount of dance and performance experience from his travels.The Sal Seduce team has a hugely diverse dance and entertainment background.Buses like these attained a level of reliability that present day bus engineers can only dream about. There’s a lot to be said for power steering and fully automatic gearboxes -especially when the driver has to collect fares, ensure the passengers are safe and watch out for top deck vandalism – self diagnostics can be a boon to the engineers and heaters, fluorescent lights and high visibility grab rails with low floor accessibility might be great for passengers but the modern bus for all its sophistication is a potential nightmare when it goes wrong. Our half cabs a Percy Main were well maintained, and although heavier, they were perfectly acceptable, and at least they had ‘feel’ whereas the MK1 National was a nightmare on a wet or slippery road.Half the time you didn’t have a clue where the wheels were pointing, and it was more by luck than judgement if you went in the direction you intended to go. Imagine putting the foot down for a standing start on a frosty morning, and seeing – via your mirrors – the back end advancing sideways towards the wall of a nearby property, while the front end just sits there. Notwithstanding all the supposed development work and the well publicised testing in near arctic and sub tropical climes, the National Mk I was appallingly unbalanced design with very poor front/back weight distribution.
Chris has danced all over the world, having performed at some of the most prestigious UK and International salsa festivals.
'Mr Mulligan's Lost World Golf' is a fun-filled leisure attraction for people of all ages with a 200 cover restaurant and bar. Medlock has started a landmark project to improve staff and spectator facilities to the Equestrian Centre at Aintree Racecourse, home of the Grand National.
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She added: ‘He liked to take on board everyone else’s problems and try to help but was not one to open up himself.’She said she could not imagine him harming himself, saying he adored his family.
However she described seeing him on television with a slight stubble ‘which was not like Gary’, while in another appearance shown posthumously ‘his smile did not appear genuine’ as ‘it did not reach his eyes’.