Brad Young Podcast's No 19In this edition we focus on 2 topics; the first one takes us back to the dark days of Liverpudlian politics in the 80’s and how one person in our village took a central role in the renaissance of the city. While on a different front we hear about Nordic Walking and its popularity around Horringer and Ickworth. Then there will also be a quick update on the Neighbourhood Plan a scam and those all-important diary dates If you enjoy the podcast, we would ask that you share the programme with anyone who you think would benefit from listening to us and like us on Facebook.
Brad Young Podcast's No 18In this edition Brad learns more about nature than he wants to know, while Jess catches up with the Anecdotes to find out about their summer of gigs. And, of course, there is the full programme of events taking place in Horringer including: music events, charity events, plenty of clubs gearing themselves up for the winter and .... Gallons of coffee and tons of cake .... as always If you enjoy the podcast, we would ask that you share the programme with anyone who you think would benefit from listening to us.
Brad Young Podcast's No 17In this edition we have plenty of summer activity diary dates plus: Jess spends time learning about the amazing volunteer programme at Ickworth. While I attend the Pop Up Coffee Shop to hear about their latest fund raising presentation Then we finish with a fantastic interview with Tracey Paris the Manager of Bury Library who tells us about the bewildering range of activities which are stretching right into the autumn for everyone at the library, this year.
Brad Young Podcast's No16his fortnight’s offering looks at new art classes for children of all ages, the Neighbourhood Plan, Scams, Hacks and more Then as usual, we have plenty of diary dates to keep you up to date with all things Horringer So if you enjoy the podcast, we would ask that you share the programme with anyone who you think would benefit from listening to us.
Brad Young Podcast's No 15The busy summer continues with the Horringer v Barrow 'Ashes' clash at Ickworth Park on Sunday, as well as new dates for your diary. Plus, we have a raft of new features and a new presenter, so not just the usual humdrum podcast!
Brad Young Podcast's No 14In this edition we are packed with all the latest summer diary dates as well as some more suggestions for kid’s activities in the summer, and the latest cricket updates Then in the main bulletin we have news about a new fundraising event for the Pre-school. We also meet Heather Corbell who will tell us about her role as Hospital Chaplain and later, we delve into Horringer’s past as Liz and Brian Kemp tell us about their lovely old neighbour Stan Brinkley. There is also the quiz question which is -What is the full name of Ickworth Church in the grounds of Ickworth House? Closing date 29th June. Email email@example.com
Brad Young Podcast's No 13n this issue we have lots on speeding through the village, Cricket, and our first quiz winner is announced. We also have plenty of diary dates, coming up this week, so get your diaries at the ready. If you enjoy the podcast, we would ask that you share the programme with anyone who you think would benefit from listening to us.
Brad Young Podcast's No 12n this issue we meet 7-year-old Pyper Cremens who tells us about her incredible fundraising for cancer. We also spend time with Eve Greygoose and our very own Morris Dancers. Then we add a quick summary of the more alarming speeding issues that have cropped up in the speeding report on the A143 and an update on all those AGM’s. We also have plenty of diary dates as usual so get your diaries at the ready.
Brad Young Podcast's No11For our first ever quiz question we are working in conjunction with the Pop Up Coffee shop, the prize is free coffee and cake on a Thursday of your choice. (You can donate it to someone else if you can’t make it) To enter email your answer to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and type quiz in the subject bar. The winner will be the person closest to the correct answer either above or below the total. The deadline is Wednesday 24th June The Question At Ickworth House the Easter break lasted for 16 days this year (to incl 3 weekends) How many visitors did the NT register as visitors to Ickworth over that period? The winner will be drawn from a hat on Weds and announced on Thurs.
Brad Young Podcast's No 10We have so many events happening during May that this is a longer trailer than normal It is packed with diary dates, coronation information as well as: our first cricket results service, this month’s Lottery winners and the announcement of the successful candidate in the local elections. So, plenty to add to your diary
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