What goes through your mind when you discover that your house is on fire? Rob Neely tells Alfred that he was ‘in a total panic’ when he saw the flames shoot down his stairs on Sunday evening.
Johnnie and Tiggy Walker have much to thank Shaftesbury musician Gordon Haskell for. The singer-songwriter brought the couple together.
It’s the 30th anniversary of Apple Day, an event celebrating the range of local apple varieties available across the UK and the customs and traditions associated with them.
Alfred presents poetry to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Apple Day, a national celebration of Britain’s diverse range of apples and the traditions associated with the fruit.
You’ll hear what’s new at Shaftesbury’s Oxfam bookshop with Christopher Price and Erin Hobbs highlights seasonal shelf fillers at our town’s Julia’s house store.
On today’s show: Shaftesbury fire crew thanked for saving home | Reptile study at Motcombe Meadows | Gordon Haskell ‘brought us together’ – Johnnie and Tiggy Walker’s tribute | Celebrating Apple Day at Donkey Field | Shaftesbury poet Catherine Simmonds | Medical centre texts patients to say ‘we’re open’ | Shaftesbury what’s ons | Mary Myers’ Wardour smallholding diary | What’s new at Shaftesbury’s Oxfam bookstore | Lunch on Park Walk in the wind
Residents of Shaftesbury and the villages served by the Blackmore Vale GP Practice will be able to shop at a unique, affordable store from next month.