David (or Dave to his friends) lives in Cromarty together with his wife Gillian and many friends. He has six children, yet luckily (and for the sake of his sanity), they have all left home and have settled themselves all around the UK and the world (Although, some keep coming back!).
Dave left Christchurch, on the South Coast of England and landed in the town of Cromarty in the Highlands of Scotland nearly twenty five years ago, at which time they took away his passport and never let him leave.
Good looking, suave and sophisticated (yes, Dave has temporarily taken over editorial control of this third paragraph) Dave enjoys a number of pastimes including writing, reading, world cinema, swimming, and keeping healthy. He's also a self-confessed, self-builder too. He also likes drinking good wine (mostly red). Oh, and listening to a very wide range of music (something that all Plexus employees have to do!. In fact, I think it's somewhere in our terms and conditions of employment!).
David is very active in the community and much of his spare time is spent wearing a number of different hats for various organisations around the town or, enjoying a glass of wine or two at various tables around town (for cultural and community reasons of course!).
On a more less-professional but more fun note, David's on the Board of the planB contemporary dance group, is a member of the Steering Group for Inverness Public Arts and together with close friends, helps run the Local Film Society and the Annual Cromarty Film Festival.
You can Email dave at: firstname.lastname@example.org
And the Cromarty Film Festival site at: www.CromartyFilmFestival.org
And the Cromarty Film Society Website at: www.CromartyandResolisFilmSociety.org
Dave's Rants - Mindless Throwaway Music, the word 'cool', TV News, the word 'entrepreneur, Planning Regulations, and more.
Colin's Rants - Leaf Blowers, Sports Exhausts, DVD Players, and other irritations.
Garve's Rants - Weather presenters and their misuse of the English language.
Jamie's Rants - Coming Soon. Promise
Gill's Rants - Coming Soon, if she can but overcome her natural modesty and retiring nature.
I always thought websites were only for the sort of people who always had a tame geek around - until I discovered Spanglefish! Their websites are so easy to use that a child of 5 could probably build a better site than any of the four I have now set up. One's for our village hall, another for the local newsletter, one's for my business and one's a personal site about gardening. They're all entirely different, but all use the standard Spanglefish template. Read More...