Some ‘Lockdown’ poetry from local poet Gareth Williams, and a blast of Brass from Nigel Birch and The Lions Brass Band. And the Battle of Meeanee.!
Dave and Percy chat to two amazing local charity fund raisers; who between them have gone either extra inches or extra miles.
Dave chats with schoolboy ‘Community Hero’ Will Smith, and Kettlebell King Nigel Bielby who are both doing epic charity fundraising. And… how Earle Street in Crewe got it’s name.
Percy The Pigeon got all excited as it was International Dawn Chorus Day, whilst Dave kept on track by chatting to Kay Leydon from Crewe And Nantwich Athletic Club
Dave chats to our very own Bradley Wiggins – Olly Robinson (aged 7) whose been riding his bike for Mid-Cheshire Hospital charity. And we find out the fascinating backstory as to why Hornby Drive in Nantwich is so named.
Dave and Percy ask Claire Smith why she’s being scalped by her husband. Apparently it was her suggestion !
Dave finds out about a new kids Crewe Park Run initiative from Steve Reynolds, and explores an Indian connection to Ajmere Close in Wistaston.
With special guest Hannah Nicoll from The Deafness Support Network. Hannah chats to Dave about the great work her ‘Vibe’ group does with the sensory impaired in Cheshire.
Chatting to Dawn Brown, Service Manager at East Cheshire Carers Hub regarding challenges for carers during Covid. Also, fascinating info relating to Arderne Avenue.
Des and Dave chat to Gareth Williams from Crewe based Construction Linx about the Corona clean-up, and how to keep customers informed.