Our guest today is Graham Witter, the man behind the popular Weston Christmas Light Display. Graham has just received the British Empire Medal for his charity work and tells how, once nominated, he struggled to keep the award a secret.
It’s National Chocolate Week – so its timely to hear from Megan Goode who runs a high-end chocolate shop in Audlem. Dave gets the low-down on what’s on-trend for the sophisticated choccy-lover.
Cheryl Wykes from St Paul’s Centre in Crewe explains how the Centre’s popular pre-owned furniture sale is set to return; and ways in which your child’s old shoes can help disadvantage kids. Meanwhile, Dave reveals the winners in the Nantwich Food Festival’s ‘Lockdown’ Awards.
Dave squares up to Midlands amateur boxing champ Steve Rawlings (only kidding!). Steve is running a boxing training session in aid of local charity campaign Georgy’s Fight. It’s an interview that certainly pack a punch!
Dave chats to Melanie Wilson from Sandbach Animal Rescue about joining the ‘Brick Club’ to support refurbishment at their rescue centre. And we have an exclusive! Our first play of a new tune in support of local campaign Georgy’s Fight.
Dave speaks to The Reverend David Paige, vicar of St Peters Church in Elworth. We hear about the difficulties his church and other religious bodies have faced during lockdown. It’s also National Rice Pudding Day – yum yum !
Dave chats to Ben Wye from local sustainable transport group ACTive Travel Crewe about the Government’s new ‘Gear Change’ scheme to get us all more active. And Community Hero Gorgia Speet tells us how she’s helped a group of Nantwich children through lockdown with themed friendship activities.
Shhhh! Special guest today was Cosmic Librarian Allie Morgan, who was chatting about adventures amongst the bookshelves. Plus, Dave gets the jitters when snakes are mentioned. Get your book stamped and have a listen.
Dave chats to Crewe Mecca Bingo Club Manager Vicki Slater, who gives the heads up about Eyes Down, and how the club has prepared for re-opening after lockdown.
Occupational Health expert Karen Mills tells Dave to get a good nights sleep !