Steve writes articles and directs films for FuerteTube in addition to his creative roles in other companies. These include UK-based publisher Musicline and Piero’s Music Café in Caleta de Fuste.
He is perhaps best known worldwide for the hit children’s musical “Shakespeare Rocks!”, which has earned him acclaim as a songwriter and playwright. In the past, Steve has presented radio shows on local station Power-On FM and was a regular presenter on QFM when it used to broadcast from Corralejo.
Originally from Essex in the UK, Steve worked in schools and performing arts groups as a music specialist, co-founding the successful “Kids Choir 2000” group and releasing a solo album in 2007. After numerous family visits to Fuerteventura, he moved to Caleta de Fuste in 2012 to enjoy life as a creator, musician and windsurfing enthusiast.
Originally from Warrington in Cheshire, Sarah trained in art and design at Foundation Level. Following her studies, she turned to professional catering - working her way up to trainee manager and head chef at Tatton Park - a stately home in Knutsford, Cheshire. It was after holidaying in Fuerteventura that Sarah decided to pursue a life on the island in 1999.
Since then, she has worked at various establishments, including a managerial role at The Blues Bar in Caleta de Fuste among others.
Through her relatively long residency in Caleta de Fuste, Sarah has built lasting friendships within the English and Spanish speaking communities. She is currently known to many locals and visitors as a friendly face behind the counter at Brit Foods in Monte Castillo.
Gill’s first job was a secretary at the Standard Chartered bank in London. Whilst she was raising her family she worked as an administrator and events manager for several organisations including the popular “Kids Choir 2000”, which she co-founded in 1996.
Gill and her husband Bob, relocated to Fuerteventura from Essex in 2006, where she became a presenter on Canary UK Radio and QFM.
An accomplished web designer, Gill has made sites for many local businesses over the years.
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