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Jean Griffin – Radio Gardener

Radio Gardener Jean Griffin brought us up to date with the chores that need to be done in the late Spring garden including looking after the tomatoes, planting the French Beans and making sure the greenhouse is Summer ready.

We also get to learn the difference between the Chelsea Crop and the Hampton Hack. Take a listen to find out –



Crawley Town Win 2-0! and go up to League One

20,000+ Crawley Town fans are at the world-famous Wembley Stadium for the 1pm kick off against Crewe Alexandra in a nail-biting game which will see the winner promoted to League 1.

Carl Smith-Haggett is an avid Crawley Town supporter for the last 16years and called Clive Hilton on Sunday Brunch this morning with a little potted history of the club and his 3-0 match prediction. Plus, Stephen Trussell a supporter holidaying in Ibiza sent in his note of support in too!

Click below to hear the build up on Sunday Brunch.

A few hours later Crawley Town went on to win 2-0 with Danilo Orsi scoring first goal after 41mins and Liam Kelly at the end of 2nd half securing their League 1 promotion.

STEM In The Park

Yesterday, (Saturday 18th May) STEM In The Park returned back to the Memorial Gardens, Crawley.  This free annual event attracted 4,300+ visitors last year and yesterday saw young people and adults alike being excited by Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths shows along with interactive experiments and engaging explanations by STEM communicators and educators.

Featuring a pop-up planetarium, drone flying, AI-robots and career advice from local employers & High Education Institutions. The focus was about getting children excited about STEM early in life and showing them how fun and rewarding a career in STEM sectors can be. This brilliant event was supported by Crawley Borough Council and London Gatwick and delivered by The STEM Hub.

Julie Kapsalis – Nescot College

Further education is a very difficult decision for many students with many unsure of which is the correct path for them.

With so many options open to exploration to find the best fit for them the CEO and Principal of Nescot College, Julie Kapsalis, explains just what is available to both young students over the age of 16 and adult learners.


For more information about Nescot College please click on the image below.