Interviews Local History


On this weeks show; a local railway author, and an update from Crewe Lyceum Theatre amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Charities and Fundraising Interviews Local History


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 – Voting closes on the 31st July

In the news…

Treasure trove of unclaimed memories uncovered in former Crewe town centre chemist – Full story here:

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Interviews Local History

Nantwich Museum

Kate Dobson from Nantwich Museum is in the studio with Chris to talk about current and future exhibits.

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Hobbies Interviews Local History

Crewe and Nantwich Metal Detecting Society

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Ian Maddock talks to Martin Tobitt from the Crewe and Nantwich Metal Detecting Society.

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