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Beer and Bubbles Festival

“Beer & Bubbles Festival” is raising funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA) and All About Alie (AAA).

This event is being organised by a group of local people affected by Motor Neurone Disease and 100% of the profits go to our charitable causes.

It takes place on SATURDAY 27TH APRIL 2019 – 12 noon until 11pm at the Old Reigatian RFC clubhouse and grounds.

SUSY Radio will be broadcasting LIVE from the festival between 12 noon to 3pm on the “Neil Munday Saturday Show” on 103.4FM and online.

Tickets to the festival are now SOLD OUT, but you can still experience the event by listening to the “NEIL MUNDAY SATURDAY SHOW”, and if you are lucky enough to be there, why not pop along to the SUSY Radio stand and say “hello”.

More information from:
Twitter: @BBF2019

Old Reigatian Rugby Football Club
Geoffery Knight Fields
Park Lane
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Reigate and Banstead Women’s Aid (RBWA)

Chrissy attended the Press screening at Channel 4 HQ in London for the Documentary ‘Safe at last’ aired on the 26th February which was filmed inside a local Womens Refuge, which Chrissy also visited.
Listen again, if you missed it, to Sue Tapper, Domestic Abuse Advocate from RBWA, chat about the Documentary, and the constant battle for funding which the Refuge faces.

See the trailer for the Channel 4 “Dispatches” documentary,
“Safe at Last: Inside a women’s refuge”

The programme can be viewed again on Channel 4’s “All 4” catchup service for a limited time only, by clicking HERE

Images © Chrissy Muir


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Sue Tapper, Domestic Abuse Refuge Advocate
Sue Tapper, Domestic Abuse Refuge Advocate

Katrian, Childrens Advocate, featured in the documentary,
in the colourful refuge playroom.

Susan and Kinga
Survivors of domestic abuse who took part in the documentary
Emma, Charlotte (CEO) and Sue.
RBWA staff who took part in the documentary

Refuge window

Fire at Tesla Dealership at County Oak, Crawley

Our reporter, Joe Exler, visited the scene of a large fire at the Tesla dealership in County Oak, Crawley, earlier today (Saturday, 2nd March 2019).

Around 10 fire appliances attended the scene. The fire was controlled well, and on Joe’s arrival, the emergency services were dampening down hotspots and making way for fire investigators.

Joe spoke with Neil Munday live from the scene.

(Images and video courtesy of Joe Exler)

Equine flu crisis strikes at British horse racing

Chrissy Muir caught up with local Lingfield Racecourse member, Ian Byford today to talk about the current state of affairs in the Horse Racing world which is greatly affected by the ban on racing at the present time.

**UPDATE 11th Feb 2019**
Since this story was published, there has been a late evening development.
The BHA have announced a managed return to racing imposing strict bio security measures. The decision to resume racing was taken in a “controlled, risk-managed manner” and supported by an industry veterinary committee said the British Horseracing Authority.

Image: Lingfield Racecourse parade ring before the ban. © Chrissy Muir

Stranglers present PRS Heritage Award to Star Inn Pub which is fighting closure

Chrissy Muir attended a red carpet private event on Thursday, 31st January hosted at ‘The Star Inn’ in Guildford where The Stranglers unveiled a plaque on the wall of the pub commemorating the first official gig of the band here in 1974. The pub was presented with a PRS Music Heritage award for this, whilst facing the threat of closure

JJ and Baz from the band played an acoustic set for family and friends, see here a clip of the Iconic song ‘Strange Little Girl’ and photos taken at the ‘Star Inn’ on the day.

You can sign a petition to save ‘The Star Inn’ HERE

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Twitter: @StranglersSite


Footage of a private event at ‘The Star Inn Backroom’ Guildford. Jean-Jaques Burnel and Baz Warne perform a very special acoustic set for friends and family , this clip is of the Iconic ‘Strange Little Girl’ played at their first official gig here in 1974.

Video and images © Chrissy Muir

Baz, Dave, Jet and JJ ‘The Stranglers’



Jet Black, now 80 years old and no longer drumming for the band but much loved and still involved

Georgina, hoping to save the pub she loves and runs

PRS Chairman, Nigel Elderton, pleads the case for the Star Inn

The Mayor of Guildford, Cllr Mike Parsons, and the Chairman of PRS, Nigel Elderton

Chrissy and Dave Greenfield

The PRS Heritage Plaque

The Star Inn