Don Brown MP (ALP Capalaba)
Thank you to Don Brown for Sponsoring the Puppertix the Punch and Judy Show, puppetry and tricks.
Don grew up locally on Brisbane’s Bayside, attended Birkdale State School and has been an active participant in many local sports clubs. It is the lifestyle and opportunity of the Bayside community that led Don and his partner Mel to make their home in Alexandra Hills.
A huge "Thank-you" to Chris and the Administration of Followmont Transport for kindly making a Curtain Truck available as enclosed staging for the for the Olde English Fair.
Followmont is a proud Queensland family-owned business that express delivers goods to every corner of QLD and NSW, every day through our 1,000+ vehicles and unique network of linehaul and local contractors.
We specialise in time-sensitive delivery – moving cartons, pallets, fresh produce and special projects including full loads to rural and regional areas.
We’re the State’s largest family-owned transport company and the preferred Queensland carrier for multi-nationals and local businesses alike.
What we do matters. With 99% delivered in-full, on-time, we travel more than 100,000km and move 3,000 tonnes per day.
Followmont Transport was started in 1984, delivering magazines out of a small office in Stones Corner, Brisbane.
Today, Followmont has 850+ staff, 1,000+ vehicles, 18 company-owned regional depots, and a network of local contractors
Peter Barrett (Pat Barrett Realty)
Thank you Peter for your support of the Olde English Fair. Your donation will assist greatly in provision of the Jumping Castle.
Peter started his real estate career alongside his father, the late P.F (‘Pat”) Barrett when they opened Pat Barrett Realty in 1973. He has over 40 years continuous experience in the industry, is a Fellow of the Real Estate Institute and is the current REIQ Zone Chairman for the Eastern Suburbs.
Mark Robinson MP (NLP Oodgeroo)
Thank-you to Mark Robinson for sponsorship towards the cost of the Jumping Castle for the Olde English Fair
Prior to entering parliament, Mark has worked in various education roles - as a lecturer, TAFE teacher, research assistant, tutor in indigenous education and as a university chaplain. Besides his achievements in education, Mark's public service record and organisational management credentials are significant. Mark has worked at an international level in the management of charitable programs working with orphans, children and youth in Asia, Europe and the USA.