With Christmas just around the corner, many of us are thinking about food and drink on the ‘big day’.
Which? Magazine recently looked into affordable alternatives to champagne over the festive period and Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking scored 77% in the panel taste test.
Susy presenter Annie Whitmore spoke to Denbies’ CEO Chris White about the high-scoring Chalk Valley Sparkling Brut and how it’s made.
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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.
Sign the petition here
Millie Coulter from the British Heart Foundation (BHF) made a call for volunteers from the Susy Radio area when she chatted with David Jay during his Afternoon Stroll last week.
Millie is looking for volunteer collectors to help out with a bucket collection at Priory Farm Nursery Garden Centre, Nutfield on December 1st.
During the Stroll Millie spoke about the work she does as the Surrey Fundraising Manager for the
BHF and the long term opportunities for people to get involved and volunteer around the Surrey area but particularly in the Reigate, Redhill, Horley areas.
If you are interested in volunteering you can connect with Millie by
email , on [email protected] Twitter: @MillieCoulter or Facebook: Millie Coulter Heart.
Hear more about Millie and the BHF now with Listen On Demand:
For more information:
The British Heart Foundation
The Late night opening December 1st at
Priory Farm Nursery (Facebook link)
HENRY SMITH, Member of Parliament for Crawley, recently called in to SUSY Radio to discuss all matters “Brexit” with Neil Munday.
MOLLY MANWILL is a graduate of the University of Sussex.
Molly popped in to the Susy Radio studios hot from the Philippines to speak with Neil Munday about environmental issues caused by the use of plastics.