On this week’s edition…
- Our tribute to the late Dame Vera Lynn, with appreciation from Alma, Beryl, Brenda and Ron, by kind courtesy of Mel Hopkins at Cavendish Park Care Home..and the two interviewers, Amy and Charley……And a special tribute from NCCR’s Gemma Nelson, singing “I’ll Be Seeing You”
- Sue Pope of Orchestra of The Swan speaks with us about a new initiative to benefit Dementia sufferers, starting 8th July..
- Christian Wolmar..the UK’s leading transport commentator, and the writer of several books on the history of the railways.. tells us about his writing career… and expect some forthright views on HS2, driverless cars, and the railways’ response to Covid-19.. and some interesting music choices!!
- Also expect some new music from Bob Dylan, The Perfumers and Calvin Loron
And on Sunday’s Cooler Classics..
- A repeat of the OOTS initiative for dementia sufferers during this extended lockdown..
- And a conversation with Frank Steijns, violinist and carillonneur with Andre Rieu and the Johann Strauss Orchestra
Frank Steijns.(Copyrights acknowledged)
These are challenging times for us all, and hopefully you are all observing all the appropriate recommendations that have been issued to get us through this situation.
As a help during this pandemic ,Chipping Campden Support Hub is available..
If you have not already done so please note our new contact details:
E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 01386 291005
We are updating the new website regularly, so do please look there for up-to-date information.
Looking out for neighbours & friends
We’ve all been asked by Gloucestershire Police to proactively look out for vulnerable neighbours and friends. Can everyone be aware of others who they think might be vulnerable.
In the meantime, do enjoy NCCR… YOUR local community radio station, from Chipping Campden, in the heart of the Cotswolds.
“In The Cooler” (Fridays 7 – 9pm rpt Sun noon-2pm)
Sponsored by Cavendish Park Care Home,Offenham Road,Evesham WR11 3DX