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Telford mobile disco

MantraSound pro DJs supply a Telford DJ service which provides a top notch service at a modest fee. Our DJs are only accepted on our books on the basis of regular sterling and highly recommended reviews from customers for their music performance, sound quality, communications, rapport and punctuality from customers. However our DJs make use of our tried and tested system to provide you with a great night's entertainment with music and styles chosen by you.

At MantraSound we believe that a good system adhered to well will not let you down. Our DJs are uniquely successful in the performance target we set them, with a resulting uniformly excellent disco service. Let us entertain you.

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Shropshire disco   Shropshire DJ  

Available for all types of disco in the Shropshire area, MantraSound supplies a mobile disco service througout the county.

DJs are experienced in wedding disco management, as well as supplying entertainment for Christmas discos, office parties, and public events, with a full range of lighting, projectors and karaoke equipment. A pre-ordered track listing is available if there are any special numbers you would like to hear.

All DJs carry their own Public Liability Insurance.

For mobile disco quotes in any area please email MantraSound

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MantraSound Oswestry   -  disco Oswestry  -   Oswestry disco

MantraSound Oswestry - Professional service by local DJ service offering you the best quality disco including playlist and plenty of communication with the customer. All our DJs are experienced, flexible to your needs and properly insured, leeting you relax and enjoy your evening. MantraSound DJs supply the entertainment you expect at a high commercial standard. Ideal, reliable and simply a great night out.

tel: 01691 649044 - email: MantraSound

Areas we cover around Oswestry include Ellesmere  Wem, Shrewsbury, Whitchurch, Market Drayton, Chester, Church Stretton  and many others.

Oswestry wedding disco and Oswestry wedding DJ, also from MantraSound.

With tried and tested experience, our wedding disco service takes account of your personal tastes and preferences. Your wedding DJ has the experience and versatlility to make your big night the one you planned. From first dance to last number, we offer total responsiveness to your needs - your track choices, and favourite sounds played as you would wish.

01691 649044 - Email for a Quote

Visit our Receptionz, our wedding entertainment site, for more details

MantraSound Shropshire   -  disco Shropshire  -   Shropshire disco

MantraSound Shropshire

Long established in the Shropshire area, MantraSound is a professional disco supply service offering you the best quality disco including playlist and the possibility to plan your evening's entertainment direct with the DJ or through the agency. MantraSound disco providers and DJs supply the entertainment you expect at a high commercial standard.
Ideal, reliable and simply a great night out.

DJs are required to be in possession of Public Liability Insurance and to maintain their equipment in accordance with accepted safefty standards and regulations.

tel: 01691 649044 - email: MantraSound

Areas we cover around Shropshire include Ellesmere  Market Drayton , Wem, Whitchurch, Oswestry, Bishop's Castle, Church Stretton, ClunCraven Arms, Ludlow, Bridgnorth, Ironbridge  Much Wenlock , Shifnal, Shrewsbury, Telford  and many others.

MantraSound Telford   -  disco Telford  -   Telford disco

MantraSound Telford - Expect the best!

Professional entertainment offering you the high calibre disco provision including playlist and plenty of communication with the customer. MantraSound disco providers and DJs supply the music and DJ service which will meet with your expectations.

Ideal, reliable and simply a great night out.

tel: 01691 649044 - email: MantraSound

To visit our Telford  site - click here.

Areas we cover around Telford include Oakengates  Wellington, Newport, Much Wenlock , Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury, Eccleshall,
Market Drayton, Stafford and most others in the region.

Telford wedding disco and Telford wedding DJ, also from MantraSound.

With tried and tested experience, our wedding disco service takes account of your personal tastes and preferences. Your wedding DJ has the experience and versatlility to make your big night the one you planned. From first dance to last number, we offer total responsiveness to your needs - your track choices, and favourite sounds played as you would wish.

01691 649044 - Email for a Quote

Visit our wedding disco site for Telford , or Receptionz, our wedding entertainment site, for more details

Shropshire wedding disco and Shropshire wedding DJ, also from MantraSound.

With tried and tested experience, our wedding disco service takes account of your personal tastes and preferences. Your wedding DJ has the experience and versatility to make your big night the one you planned. From first dance to last number, we offer total responsiveness to your needs - your track choices, and favourite sounds played as you would wish.

01691 649044 - Email for a Quote

Visit our wedding disco site for Shropshire , or Receptionz, our wedding entertainment site, for more details

About Shropshire

Shropshire is England's largest landlocked county, nonetheless it is still relatively unknown territory to many. Because of its border with Wales, many places still bear Welsh names and Welsh is still spoken in both Oswestry and Shrewsbury as well as some smaller settlements.

Shropshire is first and foremost an agricultural county, although the east Shosphire coalfield and Ironbridge, with its powerful industrial heritage have made their mark on the area's history.

During the Middle Ages the region nowadays defined as Shropshire was governed by the Marcher lords. Over this period, the border also vacillated one way and another. Henry VIII brought an end to the Marcher Lords, and it was during his reign that Shropshire finally became known in its present form.

The geology which shapes Shropshire's landforms is extremely varied, and many studies have been done on the rock formations and features of the area.

The earliest remains of buildings are in the form of the Iron Age hillforts which dot many hilltops throughout the county. Wroxeter is Shropshire's only Roman remain. Shrewsbury is know to have been more important than Wroxeter, becoming the principal settlement in the area by about 900. The recent growth of Telford has reduced the dominance of Shrewsbury as the county's largest and most important town, which until that point had been relatively unbroken. Most of Shropshire's other towns evolved in the 12th and 13th century. Ludlow, Newport and Bridgnorth were founded as new towns, whereas Whitchurch, Shifnal and Wellington arose from former Saxon settlements.

However, during the Middle Ages and the 16th and 17th centuries Shropshire was one of England's poorer counties, and it was not until the industrial developments of the 18th century that this situation changed at all. Late in this century, Shropshire became the foremost iron-producing area in the country. This employed workers from all over Shropshire and Wales. The iron bridge at Ironbridge was the first made of iron in the whole world.

The surveyor, Thomas Telford did much to develop the roads and canals leading out of Shropshire to other parts of the country. Railway lines were also built apace, although some of these made very little profit and did not even survive until the Beeching cuts of the 1960s.

During the later 19th century and early 20th century iron and coal working gradually declined, many people moved away to the Black Country or South Wales and Shropshire returned to being a mainly agricultural county. Shropshire has recently been successful in attracting back some light industry and smaller concerns to the area.

Oswestry was of Norman foundation. It developed as one in a strong chain of new fortresses built along the Welsh Marches. Gradually a town grew up around the military settlement

Mediaeval Oswestry was both Welsh and English, but by Tudor times, and up to the Civil War, Oswestry was effectively a Welsh borough, even though it lay on the English side of the border. It was central to the Welsh wool trade and the home of Welsh poets and bards.it was home to Welsh poets and bards. Street names were Welsh and many residem=nts had bothe English and Welsh ancestry.

Oswestry suffered great hardship at the beginning of the 17th century when Shrewsbury took over the wool trade, and the Royalist garrison was defeated by the Parliamentarians. This was folowed by the destruction of the parish church and Oswestry Castle, which were both destroyed in the 1640s.

Oswestry regained a certain stability at the Restoration, and in 1673 received a charter from the new King, Charles II, enabling the Corporation to elect a Mayor each year. In the following century, the fine buildings of Church Street and Brook Street, and the elegance of the Broad Walk, show the town rediscovered some of its former prosperity as a local centre for agriculture and commerce, although it was a much quieter place than before.

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Buzzpages says : This page is about discos , DJs , discotheques and mobile disco or disco hire availability in Oswestry. Oswestry is a market town in Shropshire, but close to the Powys border.

About Telford

Thomas Telford was born in 1757 and died in 1834. A Scottish civil engineer, he transformed road building in England and Scotlandby introdicing the use of a base of large stones surfaced with compacted layers of small stones. His name was given to the modern town of Telford in Shropshire in recognition of his wonderful contribution to the transport systems of the region, including both roads and canals.
As Surveyor of Public Works for Shropshire, England, he renovated Shrewsbury's Castle, the town's prison the church of St Mary Magdalene in Bridgnorth and another at Madeley.

In 1790 he designed a bridge carrying the London-Holyhead road over the Severn river at Montford, In his time he was to build some 40 bridges in Shropshire. The Buildwas bridge was influenced by the famous bridge at Ironbridge. he designed and constructed the Ellesmere Canal.

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