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Cody on Radio Woking

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on October 20th, 2017

Radio Woking Breakfast

Wednesday 11th October 2017

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Cody tells me about his love of pugs and we talk about his campaign last year to get new toys for a local hospital childrens ward.

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Cody talks pugs on Radio Wey

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on October 20th, 2017

Radio Wey

Sunday 8th Ocober 2017

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Cody Lacy and his mum Jill from Ashford popped into the studio to talk about how Cody's love of pugs has lead to the family being inundated with pug realted items in the post. This was  following a facebook  post that went viral. Cody has a sensory disorder and he speaks about how this affects him in his daily  life. He  also gets a music history lesson from me!

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It’s all inclusive Dramatize!

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on October 20th, 2017

RADIO WOKING BREAKFAST

WEDNESDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2017

 

 

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Meet Simon and Holly from the Academy at Dramatize. I went along to Dramtize HQ in Ashford to meet the guys and give them a chance to turn the tables and interview me!

 

Dramatize is a charity working with individuals with learning diffcutlies and promotes the message that drama is, and should be inclusive for everybody.

They recently produced a short film which you can watch at https://youtu.be/NUW7l1VvLKA

More info on Dramtize www.dramtize.co.uk

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NCS ON RADIO WOKING

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on August 30th, 2017

RADIO WOKING BREAKFAST

WEDNESDAY 30TH AUGUST 2017

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Maya Patel from West End also spoke to me on Radio Woking Breakfast about her summer with The National Citizens Service.

 

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Eat and Greet in Swan Ward

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on August 29th, 2017

RADIO WEY 27TH AUGUST 2017

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I really love hearing about the great ideas and inciatives that are run acros the Ashford and St Peters Hospital trust. The Swan Ward lunch club is a simple yet very effective idea. Once a week, on a Thursday lunchtime, patients are encouraged to sit around a table for their lunch rather than be served food in bed. This really aids the patients and allows them to come together and have a chat. 

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National Citizen Service

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on August 29th, 2017

RADIO WEY MONDAY 28TH AUGUST 2017

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Mayer and Gabi have spend time this summer with the National Citizen Service. They have undertaken an activity week, followed by a dragons den style meeting to get funding for a special fund raising day in woking , raising money for the mental health charity MIND.

 The girls came into the Radio Wey Studios to talk about their expereinces.

 

WWW.NCSYES.CO.UK

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Walking back to health

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on August 29th, 2017

RADIO WEY MONDAY 28TH AUGUST 2017

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Terry Blair-Stevens from Public Helath England talks about a new app to encourage us to get out and walk. The Active 10 app encourages us to get our 10 mins of brisk walking. This comes as new reseach suggests as a nation we are struggling tO achive a basic level of physical activity. 

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Trekking Nepal for the hospice

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on August 23rd, 2017

RADIO WOKING FIRST BROADCAST WEDNESDAY 23RD AUGUST

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Meet 86 year old Tom Duncan from Weybridge. At the age of 86 Tom is about to undertake a trek across Nepal to raise money for Woking and Sam Beare Hospices.

if you wish to support Tom you can go to www.mydonate.com/tomduncan1

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We’re Jammin in St Johns

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on August 16th, 2017

A SPECIAL FEATURE FOR RADIO WOKING

BROADCAST ON WEDNESDAY 16TH AUGUST 2017

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Meet Sally Woods. Sally is the jam lady of St Johns. The community regularly stop by the stall outside of Sally's house and choose their favourites from Sally's stock of home made jams, preserves, and chutneys. She even makes her own cordials now. All  this is made in her home, using produce sourced from her garden, her allotment, and produce from freinds who have surplus.

Once customers have finished they are invited to return the jars so sally can re use and recycle.  This is a brilliant  local cottage industry just opposite St Johns Lye in the villiage near Woking.

The products are purchased using an honesty box system. Take what you wish and put money in an envelope through Sally's door. Currently all the jams, preserves and cordials are priced at two pounds each, or 3 for a fiver.

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Is this the UK’s smallest pub?

Posted in Uncategorized by jonandrews01 on August 9th, 2017

A SPECIAL FEATURE FOR RADIO WOKING BREAKFAST

BROADCAST ON WEDNESDAY 09 AUGUST 2017

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The Campaign for Real Ale celebrates 40 years of The Great British Beer Festival this year. Since the 1970s there has been a huge increase in the number of independent brewers in the UK.  I went along the Platform 3 in Claygate. This is the brewery tap for Brightwater Brewery. The brewery and the pub are run by Alex and Sue. This is, we think the smallest pub in the UK and can be found in the beautiful village of Claygate -  right by the station  in the heart of the community. 

www.brightwaterbrewery.co.uk

 

www.claygatevillage.co.uk for more about Claygate

 

 

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