I’m chatting to Helen who is the mum of Georgy Capener, an 11 year old who is fighting a rare form of cancer. Helen updates me on fundraising activities as Georgy’s Just Giving page passes halfway to the £120k needed for his treatment. For more information, click here.
Des and Dave hear from greengrocer Emma Gibson. Emma explains how her business has had to incorporate a delivery service to help the business survive lockdown.
We chat to Kate Dobson, Manager at Nantwich Museum. Their doors may be remaining shut for a while longer, however Kate says there is a wealth of interesting family activities to be accessed via the museums website.
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.
Dave chats to Nantwich Food Festival’s John Phillips about how this years event is going on-line. And cake appears in Wilding Street in Crewe !
Des and Dave talk to Sarah Darlington about how the family jam making business has bucked the lockdown trend.
Dave finds out why Kim and daughter Millie are donating their flowing locks to charity.
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.
In fact it’s all about the ONE YOU ! – a great local initiative to get us all fitter and healthier. Karolina Ayres from facilitators Cheshire East gives Dave the lowdown on the help and support available.
Dave chats to a spic-and-span Dave McDonald from the Crewe Clean Team; a volunteer group who endeavour to keep the streets of Crewe litter free.