Lee Franks was a serving soldier before being invalided out of the army after his spell of duty in Bosnia. He spoke to Tess Lewsey about the importance of the poppy and remembering those who fought for our freedom as well as some of the horrors of war which he's seen first hand. (Published 10
Do you suffer from stress and lack energy?
The Art of Living's Happiness Programme can possibly help.
It's a mix of Yoga, meditation and breathing techniques.
In this interview, Philip Grant spoke to Sha-lin Tre-han to find out more.
If you are interested, The Happiness Programme is taking place in Redhill from 29 November to 1 December and
further details are here. (Published 10
Employment Free Course
Have you ever wanted to work for yourself? Take the plunge and go self employed?
It's a daunting prospect and where do you start?
The housing association, Optivo, are running a free course in self employment in Redhill later this month. Tess Lewsey spoke to Rhys Williams the Project Officer to find out more.
If you're interested, it's taking place at Christ's Central in London Road, Redhill from 18 - 22 November between 10am and 3pm.
issues and the environment are very much in the news.
had the latest demonstrations by Extinction Rebellion recently as
they try to raise awareness of what they say is a climate crisis.
Phillips is a Green Party Member of the European Parliament for
the South East England.
was elected in the European Parliament elections in May 2019.
recently visited Redhill and spoke to Philip Grant about being an
EMP, her views on Extinction Rebellion and the "Green New
Deal". (Published 3
Syndrome charity and film screening
is a local charity supporting young people who have Downs Syndrome
reach their full potential.
stands for "Providing Support for Children with Downs
Syndrome" and Helen Sheirs is the co-founder of the charity.
Grant recently spoke to her about the charity and also a one-off
screening of a new film called "The Peanut Butter
Falcon" at the Leatherhead Theatre.
film features a young man called Zack Gottsagen making his acting
debut. Zack just happens to have Downs Syndrome.
The film is being screened at Leatherhead Theatre on Monday 28
October at 7.30pm. (Doors and bar open at 6pm). (Published 20 October 2019)
Include Project's vision is to make sure everyone is 'included
through the right communication'
provide community projects, training and consultancy combining
music, creativity and fun – to teach people better ways of
including and involving people with understanding or speaking
Include someone is to unlock their potential and we guarantee
you’ll be surprised at what people can achieve.
way they do this is with their choir and Philip Grant spoke to
Alix Lewer about the project. This is the full conversation (an
adridged version was broadcast on Surrey Sound). (Published 20 October 2019)
The death of a baby is not a rare event.
It can happen to any one.
Babyloss Awareness Week aims to raise awareness about pregnancy and baby death in the UK.
This special week is also a collaboration between charities and organisations working together for change and tangible improvements in policy - research - bereavement care - and support available for anyone affected by the death of a baby at any stage.
Tess Lewsey spoke to Alison and Sam about Babyloss Awareness Week and the event 'Wave of Light'.
Comedy magician and Britain’s Got Talent 2019 semi finalist, JOHN ARCHER comes to the Haslemere Hall for an evening of magic and laughter on Saturday 28 September.
Philip Grant spoke to him about BGT and why he is coming to
20 September 2019)
"A Day In The Death Of Joe
Joseph Booton is a puppeteer and actor who is directing his first play at the Archway Theatre in Horley - "A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg".
Surrey Sound's Tess Lewsey recently interviewed him and they spoke about the play and his experience at directing.
20 September 2019)
The Engine Shed
is a special interest group for autistic children and young people
who like trains.
They can design and play with our huge Brio, Tomy and Hornby train
sets in an inclusive, safe and relaxing environment.
The children are in charge. They design and run the Brio, Tomy and
Hornby trains, with minimal supervision from the Engine Shed
25 children regularly attend Engine Shed sessions and they are
engaged and focused throughout the 2-hour session.
Surrey Sound's Philip Grant spoke to the organiser Richard Semmens.
Further information can be found on their website http://www.engineshedlondon.com/
their twitter @engineshedsw16 or facebook https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?...
15 September 2019)
Surrey Sound is a division of Action Broadcast Company Ltd
(formally Broadcast Training Ltd).
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