It has now been a month since NCC 2016 and we’ve finally been able to sit down with a cuppa and do our figures.  We’re pleased and honoured to say that between us all, we have so far raised:

£1500 for our selected charities!!

A MASSIVE thanks to everyone who came, bought raffle tickets and purchased the NCC comic (which will be on general release very soon, so we can raise yet more money for charity!).

We had an amazing day and we want to acknowledge a few people who helped us make the day what it was:

Firstly thanks to everyone who came, who without you we’d all just be sat at our tables twiddling our thumbs!
Thanks to all the exhibitors who brought their amazing work and creations for us all to view and buy.
A BIG thanks to the guests who gave up their valuable time to come and join in with our little shin dig.
A big thanks to the two musicians, Megan and Daniel who were both awesome (go check out their music!).
Huge thanks to Tom and Charlotte Martin for being our official photographers for the day (their pics will follow very soon and they’re awesome!).
Thanks to Tony Esmond and Alex Martin for hosting our panels and being as “professional” as ever! You guys rule!
Thanks to Geek Force for doing the recordings of the panels, you guys did an awesome job!
Thanks to our panelists, Avery Hill Pub., Dan Berry, Rachael Smith, Chris Imber, Nick Prolix, Sally Jane Thompson, The Awesome Comics Podcast (and Emily Owen), Roger Langridge, Marc Laming, Chris Wildgoose. Go take a listen to the panels, they’re well worth it!
The Etherington Brothers who put on the Greatest Comic Making Show on Earth! These guys are quickly becoming so many people’s favourite comic creators (plus they’re really nice chaps!).
Thanks again to the Nottingham Conference Centre for being awesome pre show and on the day, such an amazing team and great venue!

And last but certainly not least…Thanks to all the VOLUNTEERS who did such an amazing job and who, without their help, we would never have managed!!!

Here’s to NCC 2017…(date to be announced soon!)

Kev and Kel Brett
NCC Organisers