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Posted by: John Brace | 2nd November 2015

16 Wirral Council invoices for shows at the Floral Pavilion, a public health campaign and food and drink

16 Wirral Council invoices for shows at the Floral Pavilion, a public health campaign and food and drink

                                                  

I’ve finally got around to scanning in some more of the invoices I requested during the 2014/15 audit. Most of these are to do with the Floral Pavilion, the booking of various shows and an invoice for programmes.

One is for £4,836 for a public health campaign on Juice FM from May to June 2014. Sadly a lot of the detail on that one was blacked out by Wirral Council. Another is for food and drink at the Holiday Inn Express (£533.10).

It’s a bit of a fiddle making thumbnails of each image and linking it to the hi-res version (even though I realise that’s better for page loading times). So this time I’m not doing it. The invoices below are just the originals I’ve scanned in. If any of the text is too hard to read try clicking on the images to view it larger than the 500 pixel width this blog is set to.

I’ll briefly state here what they’re for and the amounts (the number in the top right refers to the numbering system on the spreadsheet of invoice numbers I sent to Wirral Council). So this is in the format invoice number, amount, reason. I’ve made bold the supplier name.

5, £7389.50, Moscow Ballet performing Giselle at the Floral Pavilion
6, £970.32, Andrew Green (no other info except technical support and the invoice went to the Floral Pavilion)
8, £60,000, Bill Kenwright Ltd for Dreamcoats and Petticoats at the Floral Pavilion
9, £24,000, The Birmingham Stage Co (London) Ltd for Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain at the Floral Pavilion
10, £12,656.22, The Birmingham Stage Co (London) Ltd for Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain at the Floral Pavilion
14, £1,673.16, Derek Block Concert Promotions for "That’ll Be The Day" at the Floral Pavilion
15, £1,003.80, Entertainment Trade Mgt (Agencies) Ltd for Motown/Philly Show at the Floral Pavilion
16, £5,400.00, Entertainment Trade Mgt (Agencies) Ltd for The Carpenters Show at the Floral Pavilion
17, £4,129.08, Entertainment Trade Mgt (Agencies) Ltd for Bless Em All at the Floral Pavilion
18, £3,012.89, Entertainment Trade Mgt (Agencies) Ltd for We’ve Only Just Begun at the Floral Pavilion
19, £3,394.66, All Star Superslam Wrestling at the Floral Pavilion
20, £2,000, Hoylake School of Dance at the Floral Pavilion
21, £980, JCDecaux UK Ltd media charge for campaign (Floral Pavilion)
22, £1,260, John Good Cantate Communications Dreamboats and Petticoats Programme
23, £4,836, Juice 107.6 FM for public health campaign
24, £533.10, Holiday Inn Express for food and beverage

Wirral Council invoice 5 Moscow Ballet Giselle £7389.50

Wirral Council invoice 5 Moscow Ballet Giselle £7389.50

Wirral Council invoice 6 Andrew Green £970.32

Wirral Council invoice 6 Andrew Green £970.32

Wirral Council invoice 8  Bill Kenwright Ltd Dreamboats and Petticoats £60000

Wirral Council invoice 8 Bill Kenwright Ltd Dreamboats and Petticoats £60000

Wirral Council invoice 9 Horrible Histories Barmy Britain £24000

Wirral Council invoice 9 Horrible Histories Barmy Britain £24000

Wirral Council invoice 10 Horrible Histories Barmy Britain £12656.22

Wirral Council invoice 10 Horrible Histories Barmy Britain £12656.22

Wirral Council invoice 14 Derek Block Concert Promotions That'll Be The Day £1673.16

Wirral Council invoice 14 Derek Block Concert Promotions That’ll Be The Day £1673.16

Wirral Council invoice 15 Entertainment Trade Mgt Agencies Ltd Motown Philly Show £1003.80

Wirral Council invoice 15 Entertainment Trade Mgt Agencies Ltd Motown Philly Show £1003.80

Wirral Council invoice 16 Entertainment Trade Mgt Agencies Ltd The Carpenters Show £5400

Wirral Council invoice 16 Entertainment Trade Mgt Agencies Ltd The Carpenters Show £5400

Wirral Council invoice 17 Entertainment Trade Mgt Agencies Ltd Bless Em All Appearance £4129.08

Wirral Council invoice 17 Entertainment Trade Mgt Agencies Ltd Bless Em All Appearance £4129.08

Wirral Council invoice 18 Entertainment Trade Mgt Agencies Ltd Weve Only Just Begun £3012.89

Wirral Council invoice 18 Entertainment Trade Mgt Agencies Ltd Weve Only Just Begun £3012.89

Wirral Council invoice 19  All Star Superslam Wrestling £3394.66

Wirral Council invoice 19 All Star Superslam Wrestling £3394.66

Wirral Council invoice 20 Hoylake School of Dance £2000

Wirral Council invoice 20 Hoylake School of Dance £2000

Wirral Council invoice 21 JCDecaux media charge £980

Wirral Council invoice 21 JCDecaux media charge £980

Wirral Council invoice 22 John Good Cantate Communications Dreamboats and Petticoats Programme £1260

Wirral Council invoice 22 John Good Cantate Communications Dreamboats and Petticoats Programme £1260

Wirral Council invoice 23 Juice 107 6 FM public health campaign £4836

Wirral Council invoice 23 Juice 107 6 FM public health campaign £4836

Wirral Council invoice 24 Holiday Inn Express food and beverage £533.10

Wirral Council invoice 24 Holiday Inn Express food and beverage £533.10

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Responses

  1. G’day John

    Before I looked I guessed there would be football tickets involved.

    Ooroo

    James

    • Wrestling yes, football no.

      Anything football related sends my viewing figures up.

      Did you see how much they blacked out?

  2. G’day John

    Look closer John how many football tickets do you get for £60,000.00ish?

    Ooroo

    James

    Maybe the odd football shirt with your name on the back.

    Just sayin.

  3. G’day John

    One of the thumbsdowners was up late last night probably watching another replay of the miracle on Sunday.

    Ooroo

    James

    Watch the thumbsdowners go this morning John.

    • What miracle on Sunday would that be? Are you referring to the Australia vs New Zealand rugby world cup final or something else?

  4. G’day john

    Hit a nerve John.

    Funny emails and phone bills.

    Ooroo

    James

    • Funny emails? I could do with some good jokes. 😛

  5. G’day John

    Hope Ecca’s taken note how quiet they have all gone.

    Ooroo

    James

  6. G’day John

    Maybe it could be mentioned at the Kitchen Cabinet meeting this week.

    WHO GOES TO THE FOOTBALL?

    Ooroo

    James

    Ps Who pays?

    • Are we talking Tranmere Rovers, Liverpool or Everton?

  7. I’d have loved to have been a Wrestler. Imagine being able to perform as an artiste at the All Star Super Slam Wrestling event. I’d have fought under the name of Fatso and my gimmick would have been, this mystery fat twat has a terrible something hidden and secreted beneath his red silk cape.
    I’d have made me way to the ring to the dreadful music of Billy Don’t be a Hero by Paper Rotten Lace and all me fans would be dressed up as Confederate Soldiers howling, ‘we love you fatso’ and ‘show us your terribly frightening whatsit that secreted beneath your red silk cape adorned with the words ‘my cholesterol is sky bloody high’.
    Then, once in the ring and introduced to the crowd, I’d grab the microphone and howl, ‘stand up if you are a Councillor who’s presence here is funded by the Wirral ratepayers.’
    Course vanity being what it is, they’d rise wouldn’t they. They’d all be sat at the top table feasting upon a platter of Wirral Clams and they’d cry, ‘thank you for electing us. We’ve never felt happier thank you very much’.
    Then, as they milked the howls of ‘piss off you parasitic bottom feeding stinkers’, I’d remove me red silk cape and produce to the howling mob me dreadful secret. A bloody fifty pound mallet! A terrible looking thing that’d reduce even the most hardened soul to morbid fear and dread.
    Then, together with me Mallet dressed only in me tights and me shiny top that displayed the words, ‘my cholesterol us sky high’, I’d leap out of the ring, hurtle to the Council table and I’d beat the life out of these elected people who thought it was a grand idea to have a night out on us watching me dressed up like a fool wielding a huge wooden mallet.
    That’d teach them a lesson. They wouldn’t like that. You’d be an odd sort if you did like it. I know I wouldn’t.
    And then, once the beating had ceased and I’d been restrained by the Constable I’d happily hang up my red silk cape and languish in my Cell reflecting on why I ever wanted to become a Wrestler.
    Madness? Of course it is. But, if ever those that ride this gravy train ever thought for a single moment there were complete headbangers like me out there who were prepared to attack them with a Mallet, you’d be right to conclude that they’d think twice before claiming these sort of funds from the public purse.
    Now! Thumb Down that little slice of codswallop.

  8. […] from yesterday’s invoices I’ve got around to scanning in another batch the invoices I requested during the 2014/15 audit. […]


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