We hear from the landlords of The Leopard Pub, a festival director, chef and owner of Mac and Bone, Snugburys, a local butcher, and a festival sponsor.
Your legal questions answered, Jim Kirkpatrick stops by for a chat about his new music, and it’s international bacon day – so we speak to a local butcher!
On this weeks show; a local railway author, and an update from Crewe Lyceum Theatre amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coming up on this week’s show…
- We hear from the Manager of RSPCA Stapley grange about how the centre has been working through the pandemic
- Lucy Smith talks to Chris Cadman about the community organisation Crewe Create
- And Jeff Stubbs from the Nantwich Civic Society is here talking about the work they do around the town
On this week’s show:
- Local musician Mark Concar talks about his career as a teacher, a percussionist, and now as a rugby coach
- Phil Holmes, the creative director of Lightpool, an October festival that takes place in Blackpool, speaks to Chris Cadman about this year’s Lumen Event in Crewe
- and Dave talks to Christina Quine, a local artist from Sandbach
On this weeks show…
- Kate Dobson from Nantwich Museum is speaking to Dave about the Museums @ Home event
- Chris Cadman poses listener legal questions to Paul Clark from the South Cheshire Law Society
- Helen Capener is fundraising £120k to help her son Georgy receive treatment for a very rare bone cancer called Ewing’s Sarcoma.
On this week’s show
- Local residents Kimberly Smith and her 10-year-old daughter Millie are having their hair cut for The Little Princess Trust…
- Miss Darlington’s jams is a Crewe based jam, preserve and chutney maker that has been around since the ’80s, Des and Dave speak to Sarah Darlington, daughter of the company’s founder Marion, and now a key player in the business…
- We look at a couple of the local news stories from the week…
- And we get an update from The Nantwich Food Festival about this year’s postponement and ‘the lockdown awards’
- For more information on next year’s festival, and the lockdown awards, visit www.nantwichfoodfestival.co.uk
Coming up on this week’s show…
- London underground trains built in the late 70s and early 80s will soon be running on the Crewe to Chester railway line
- We hear from David McDonald, the chair of the Crewe Clean Team – he talks to Dave Foulkes about the work they do in the town
- An announcement from Cheshire East – free parking in Crewe and Nantwich… but only on 4 days throughout the year
- And we’ll learn about One You Cheshire East – a local organisation part of a national health initiative – offering support to local residents on losing weight and stopping smoking
- Free parking for Crewe and Nantwich (for four days a year) – https://crewe.nantwich.news/2020/07/free-parking-for-crewe-and-nantwich-for.html
- Calling at Crewe – Iconic London Underground trains to run on Chester line – https://crewe.nantwich.news/2020/07/calling-at-crewe-iconic-london.html
Further information from our interview guests…
Welcome to In Case You Missed it for July 19th 2020
Coming up on this weeks show…
- We hear from Simon Dyson, the principal of Highfields Academy – he spoke to Chris Cadman earlier this week about this impact of COVID on the school and how they responded
- Clare Hayward MBE, the Chair of Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership talks about ‘the getting students online’ campaign
- And our very own dave foulkes talks to Sandra Link – a Trustee at Chance Changing Lives – They talk about how the organisation is working during COVID-19 and Sandra’s nomination for an Amazing Women Award You can vote for Sandra at https://www.womanandhome.com/amazing-women-awards/ – Voting closes on the 31st July
In the news…
Treasure trove of unclaimed memories uncovered in former Crewe town centre chemist – Full story here: https://crewe.nantwich.news/2020/07/treasure-trove-of-unclaimed-memories.html
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In this episode Des speaks to Kitty Sadler, a company director and one of three sisters who run Snugburys, an ice cream maker, and local landmark, located on the outskirts of Nantwich.
For more information visit https://www.snugburys.co.uk/about/