Prancing Jack Blog

Here are some of the adventures we have been on over the years to give you a flavour of the work we do and the people we meet along the way

 Sitting on the rocks outside of the Ayrshire College, Ayr Campus

Sitting on the rocks outside of the Ayrshire College, Ayr Campus

Wonderful BLOG written by Ayrshire College "our Ayrshire entreneurs"

 

"We have been speaking to some entrepreneurs of Ayrshire – many of them former Ayrshire College students – to hear all about their businesses, but more importantly to find out how they got started.

The ‘Our Ayrshire Entrepreneurs’ series will shed some light on what’s involved in setting up a business, the challenges and rewards that come with going it alone, and what our interviewees have planned for the future.

Former student Eileen Frater set up Prancing Jack Productions. It’s is an Ayrshire Film and Video production company specialising in documentaries, wedding, music videos, short films, awareness, educational and promotional films."  Click on learn more for the link to the full BLOG

 

 Filming at Usual Place in Dumfries, what a great day we spent with storyteller Wendy Woolfson, CEO Amy and serivce user David

Filming at Usual Place in Dumfries, what a great day we spent with storyteller Wendy Woolfson, CEO Amy and serivce user David

we appear in another blog from hall aitken "helping to build social success stories"

"The Big Lottery Fund Scotland’s Investing in Communities programme was a five-year initiative which rolled out from 2010. It supported projects designed to strengthen people and places and to tackle inequalities in communities throughout Scotland.

We always put people at the centre of our work and the stories of those who benefited from the programme offered the best illustration of its impact. 

Storyteller, Wendy Woolfson, and film maker Eileen Frater of Prancing Jack Productions captured first-hand accounts of how Investing in Communities made a difference to people’s lives. Compelling stories told how 20 projects built confidence and self-esteem, improved skills and employability and strengthened mental and physical wellbeing. " Click on link below for the full article:

 Having fun whilst the guest have their dinner at Dumfries House

Having fun whilst the guest have their dinner at Dumfries House

Caroline & Michael's WEdding video Featured in "Tie the knot" Magazine

Extract article 8th July 2017

After, what felt like a lifetime, I eventually managed to wriggle it (the ring) on and I turned to my guests to show it off. This moment is captured in our wedding highlights and makes me laugh every time I watch it. It broke the ice and gave everyone a good giggle.