We witness the Yucca legends in the flesh
The band we love to love/hate comes to Bristol.
The month of the charitable moustache
Men of Yucca have generously devoted their upper lips and volunteered to grow a moustache to benefit The Prostate Cancer Charity for the entire month of November.
Silverstone website finalist in Sport category
Last Thursday, Yucca and Silverstone’s marketing team attended the glitzy NMA Awards at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane.
Boxes and networking
OK, so we moved 4 weeks ago and I've only now managed to get the image off my phone but here is a picture of us in our new offices. We have pretty much already run out of room so another move is on the cards!
High octane competition
Yucca's Go-Karting trip in Newport resulted in us all revealing a competitive nature usually buried beneath a layer of common decency.
Rules were bent, broken and shattered into a million pieces, and much amusement was had.
He's famous you know
Yucca made the pilgrimage to London yesterday to see Bill in person waving goodbye to his position in Microsoft.
Office lock issues and ladder-based shenanigans.
When locked out of our office, our local extremely handy-man Dave came to our rescue by deftly shooting up the ladder only to suffer a foot-related issue at the top which is illustrated in the above animation.
Comedy aside, he's an absolute legend and is currently fitting our much more functional door with a brand new lock.
The Foos warm up in Camden Town
In preparation for their Live Earth gig at Wembley Stadium this Saturday, the Foo Fighters did an extremely intimate gig for their luckiest fans at Dingwalls in Camden, London.
My position in the crowd is illustrated by the attached picture, and if you care to view the additional picture, you'll see that Dave Grohl actually pushed his way through the crowd and stood right next to me.
That man is a living legend.
Seven years of footballing hurt are over.
It has been nine years since Bristol City were last promoted to the first division (One below the Premier League), and Bristol City had been labelled as "Bristol Nearly" for quite some time.
This label was cast aside after ninety glorious minutes of football cemented City's place in second and assured a South-West Country club a Championship spot.
David Noble's double followed by an Alex Russell third sunk relegated side Rotherham and brought footballing glory back to Bristol.
Come on you reds!