Did Mole ever tell you he is a highly successful talent spotter for the music industry? No? Well, that is because he is not.
But he has a good feeling that Rogue Monkey, the band led by global hyper-megastar-to-be Andrew Montlake, will be the next big thing.
Montlake, Coreco’s comms guru, has dusted off his Trilby hat and announced that his band, Rogue Monkey, is back by popular demand.
Following on from the band’s last gig in December, Monty will once again be strutting his stuff across the stage at The Fiddler’s Elbow in London’s Kentish Town.
The invitation states: “All support/abuse/dancing/chanting/throwing of undergarments welcome.”
Mole, for one, is keen to fill as many of those roles as possible, so he will be sure to be in the front row on 10 April.
Watch out for the moleskin undies, Monty.
Top effort again
Mole is happy to report once again on the ongoing charitable efforts in the mortgage market.
Bath-based broker London & Country has continued that trend by pledging to donate £1 for each case where customers arrange one or more life, critical illness or income protection policy for themselves and their families in 2015.
All donations will be sent on to Winston’s Wish, a childhood bereavement charity and the first such organisation in the UK, which helps more than 30,000 kids a year deal with the loss of a parent or sibling.
L&C sales director Michael Aldridge says: “We’re delighted to be able to support such a worthy cause as Winston’s Wish. Its work is vital in supporting children at the most difficult of times.”
Mole could not agree more and heartily applauds the effort.