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From wedding DJ to the full DFC experience

Season 1, Ep. 5

Robin Kershaw started out as a wedding DJ and went on to build an amazing wedding and evening entertainment business. In this episode, we celebrate Robin as someone who has dedicated his life to doing what he loves, and been able to make a real success of it. 


Not only did we get to chat to Robin, but we also had the pleasure of meeting Beth, who is the General Manager of his company, DFC Lancashire.


DFC is a complete entertainment service which offers not just event hosting, but all the evening entertainment options you can think of; from amazing wedding DJs to live bands and artists and even event photography and videography.


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