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The debate – selling of fireworks to the public

On 26th November, 2018, a government debate took place in Westminster Hall in response to a petition relating to the sale of fireworks to the public. This was the 3rd firework debate in 2 years.

Chrissy Muir joined Neil Munday on his Saturday show to discuss the growing problem of fireworks in our area, well outside the normal firework days.

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David Munro – Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey

DAVID MUNRO is the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, and is responsible for overseeing the work of Surrey Police, holding the Chief Constable to account and helping to tackle crime issues.

David called in to the Susy Radio studios recently to chat with Neil Munday about van theft and burglary.

Twitter: @SurreyPCC

Service Of Remembrance – East Grinstead

This Sunday, 11th November is especially significant as it marks the centenary of the First World War.

The 11am service included the parade from King St, Act of Remembrance, singing of hymns and the national anthem accompanied by the Choir from St Swithun’s and the East Grinstead Concert Band. During the 2 minutes silence a big screen stationed on the market square showed the earlier lighting of the East Court beacon as part of the National Battles Over Beacon lighting.

The special Broadcast was presented by David Jay who provided a detailed description and narration of the events as they took place, and was produced by Neil Munday. The pogramme was also broadcast by Crawley Hospital Radio and Meridian FM in East Grinstead.

The broadcast was made possible with grateful thanks to The Royal British Legion, East Grinstead Branch, and in association with the Outdoor Sound Company.

Pictures courtesy of Alan French

Neil Munday and David Jay in the commentary booth

David Jay