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Damon Rose Damon Rose | 16:13 UK time, Monday, 6 July 2009

Just a quick message to say hi to everyone who turned up at the BBC Ouch! stand at Beyond Boundaries Live in Farnborough at the weekend.

If you weren't there, you missed out on a live quiz version of our Talk Show presented by Liz Carr and Rob Crossan.

On stage with us was musical genius Derek Parivacini - playing keyboards for us on Saturday. And the legendary not-so-musical punk geniuses of Heavy Load on Sunday. If you weren't there, you missed something pretty special!


  • Comment number 1.

    I know Damon, I was going to make it on Saturday but it was too far, and my sister worried I wouldnt be able to make the train trips to the event. Sorry to all those I said I would come, can I have an Ouch memory stick anyway? Please?

  • Comment number 2.

    My dad was supposed to take me!! only live an hour away! but got water infection and catheter came out so can't leave my house :-(

    We were both soo disappointed!!

  • Comment number 3.

    I did come along on Saturday. It was an enjoyable day. I especially liked the talk given by Marc Woods. What an inspiration for everyone. I can now tell people that i have held a gold medal! Next stage is winning one! :0

  • Comment number 4.

    I went on the Saturday, enjoyed very much. Slightly disappointed at lack of trade stands & associations, I was expecting many more to be there.

    The talks were excellent, very inspiring.
    Plenty for children to do.

    I won a prize draw, which I am well chuffed about!! Received my Sat Nav yesterday.

    I do feel Naidex & The Mobility Shows, were far better overall.


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