This is just a page full of nonsense text produced in order to test out how to use the Hypothesis web annotation system.

You should see a [ < ] symbol at the top right of this page somewhere. Click on that, and you should see the annotations that I have added. To add your own annotations you'll need to sign up for a free acount with Hypothesis.

Here are some details about the band I play in ( we're available for weddings, parties, etc... by the way ):

The Bang On The Wall Band is Martin Wildig on melodeon (squeezebox) and Phil Preen on percussion and tin whistle. To complete the line-up we have guitar and bass guitar, usually Neil Cadwallader and Michael Scrivens. Our regular dance caller is Laz Gilbert but we do work with other callers from time to time when Laz is not available.

Occasionally a member of the band may not be available, so we also have a number of others who know the band's material, and who can step in when needed. This also allows us to take bookings well in advance without worrying, and we've never had to cancel a booking once it has been agreed.

When Phil is not available Stuart Mee will deputise on drums. We also have a number of excellent guitar and bass players who can dep. for Michael or Neil if one of them is not available, including: Bob Rushton, Peter Smale and Colin Keefe.

A barn dance or ceilidh is ideal for a family occasion, such as a wedding or birthday party. It is great fun for all the family. A village dance is the perfect way to bring members of the local community together. A dance is also a great way to raise money for a good cause, for a company party, or a fun way to finish off the day at a business conference. If you are planning just such an event please get in touch using the details on our contact page.