Broadcast on Radio Wey Tuesday 29th March 2011
Breast Cancer is the most common type of cancer and accounts for almost one in three of all cancers in women. It can also affect men as well although this is very rare.
Wendy Wooden has had breast cancer three times over the last 10 years or so. She told me about her expereince and the free support group for those affected by Breast Cancer, which meets monthly in the grounds of St Peters Hospital in Chertsey.
To find out more ring 01932 722771 in confidence
Marc Simpson from Ploink told us all about the Micro Donation Site www.ploink.co.uk
Broadcast on Radio Wey Sunday 27th March 2011
Rebecca Lobb is a Staff Nurse on the Kingfisher Ward at St Peters. She came along to Radio Wey to discuss her job, Her Blogging, the colour of the nurses phones on the wards, and her love of a certain Australian Soap!
Rebecca's blogg can be found at www.rebeccalouiselobb.com
Broadcast on Radio Wey Tuesday 22nd March 2011
Surrey Air Ambulance has been providing a life saving service for the community since 1997. It costs £1.7m pounds a year to keep the ambulance in the air and one of the charities major fund raising means is its own lotterY. This raised £225 last year. Julie Jenkison from Surrey Air Ambulance told me more about the lottery and the work of the air ambulance.
more info at www.surreyairambulance.co.uk
or ring 01622 833833 to join the lottery.
BROADCAST ON RADIO WEY TUESDAY 15TH MARCH 2011
Sam Enser of Esher Rock Choir recently joined me for a natter on Radio Wey ahead of their concert at Jubilee High School in Addlestone. Sam told me all about the Rock Choir experience
and the enjoyment the 400 memebers get out of being involved.
More at www.rockchoir.com
BROADCAST ON RADIO WEY TUESDAY 8TH MARCH 2011
Sandra Roach offers buisiness and lifestyle coaching. She recently popped in to the Radio Wey studios to discuss how she assits people in achievibg their goals and ambitions whilst living life to the full.
Broadcast on Radio Wey Mon 07 March
Emily Thackray and Emma Harris are founders of
Live Life then Give Life, a charity that aims to promote Organ Donation
Emily tells her story of a two year wait for a Double Lung transplant that
has saved her life
and talks about the importance of signing up to be an organ donor.
0300 123 2323
BROADCAST ON RADIO WEY TUESDAY 1ST MARCH
The Plunkett Foundation is a charity based in rual Oxfordshire. For the last 90 years they have supported local communites around the UK to take control of their village shops, pubs and community facilities. There are 255 community owned shops in the UK. A number of these are in Surrey
Katherine Darling from the Plunklett Foundation spoke to me recently on Radio Wey about the work of the charity and the support they offer communites faced with loss of their facilities
more at www.plunkett.co.uk