Dave chats to local author Roger Hinde about his ‘Guess What Alf’ novels that embellish his early years growing up in Willaston and Nantwich. And we visit Reid Street in Crewe to find out about a rector who served for 44 years.
Dave chats to Avanti West Coast train dispatcher Jacqui Hemmingway who works at Crewe Station. Together with colleague Marc Scruton they have documented how the station looked during lockdown. We also find out why Ambuscade Close in Crewe has a nautical connection.
Dave chats to Nic Jackson, Senior Village Advisor at Richmond Villages Care. She explains how the new facility at Willaston will push the boundaries in Dementia Care when it opens in the Spring.
Dave chats to allotment holder Jeremy Herbert about the new community garden to be built in Nantwich with a ‘Covid Recovery’ grant.
We catch up with Lee Stewart from RSPCA Stapeley Grange. This month is Adoptober – a scheme to find homes for pets in general and cats in particular. Lee explains how re-housing a rescue animal is a great way to get a ‘lockdown’ companion.
Dave chats to Cheesemonger Nick Birchall from his newly opened shop in Nantwich. Nick recommends a (big!) slice of ‘Old Winchester’ to go with a glass of red wine. Dave suddenly gets all ‘esurient’ !
Mike Pettman is a local CAP Money Coach. Based in Nantwich, Mike is offering a free on line course to help with household budgeting and debt control. Dave finds out more.
Dave speaks to organiser and host of Ted X Talk Nantwich 2020 Liz Boote. She explains how this years event will go ahead virtually. Ted X contributors will include Prince William.
They say ‘never work with animals and children’ – well the lovely Sheli Brown does both at once! Dave chats to Sheli to find out more about the work done by Creative Action Team. Dave also finds out how Yeats Street in Crewe has a connection to a newspaper magnate.
Dave is joined by Executive Producer Jane Scott as we chat to Scout leader Steve Bullock who has to find new premises for 38th South West Cheshires.