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Stephanie Whitelock chats about “Gabe’s Goal”

Talented local Songstress Stephanie Whitelock, from Woodhatch, stopped by Susy Towers today to chat to Chrissy about her son Gabriel, and how she is raising money for his treatment by singing at the Harlequin Redhill next Saturday the 28th September.

Links:
Harlequin Theatre and Cinema:
http://www.harlequintheatre.co.uk/
Facebook: @gabesgoal
Just Giving:
https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/stephanie-whitelock

(Images and video © Stephanie Whitelock)


Harlequin Theatre and Cinema

Susy’s Cricket Chat Show ‘On The Front Foot’ – September Edition

September’s ‘On The Front Foot’ features an extended discussion between Tim, David and guest pundit Andy Tharp about the Ashes, county cricket, and the end of the local league season; while Surrey Slam organiser Matt Camp reports on this season’s expanded competitions, and plans to extend into Sussex for 2020.

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The Afternoon Stroll Cricket Roundup: Week 19

Week 19 brings the Susy Cricket Season to a close. South Nutfield go to another Slam finals Day; the Llamas finish 2nd and Banstead 3rd in the Surrey Premiership; CCW are promoted as champions from Surrey D2, as are Outwood 2s from KCVL D6; but sadly, Merstham’s struggles end with a return to the Surrey County League next year.

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East Grinstead: Battle Of Britain Commemoration and McIndoe Statue Dedication

Photo:  Courtesy East Grinstead Town Council – Statue of Sir Archibald McIndoe and a patient

The town of East Grinstead will come together on Sunday to commemorate the 79th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and remember the injured airmen. 

East Grinstead has lasting connections with the brave airmen of the battle, as many of them were treated for burns injuries at the Queen Victoria Hospital by pioneering plastic surgeon Sir Archibald McIndoe. The injured airmen were known as the Guinea Pig Club. 

A dedication service of the statue will take place on the McIndoe lawn at 11.30 am on Sunday. The road around the lawn will be closed between 11.00 am and 12.00 midday.

Following the service there will be film showings at Chequer Mead marking the 79th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, raising funds for the Queen Victoria Hospital and the Spitfire Society.

Lucy May chats with Steve Jesson

Lucy May is a Singer/Songwriter from London with influences ranging from 60s Motown to Country.

Having released two full albums, the last being “Little By Little” in 2017, she continues to perform regularly here and in the States, particularly New York.
Her first releases were supported hugely by BBC Radio 2, including Terry Wogan, Graham Norton and Ken Bruce.
She has supported Michael Bolton at the Royal Albert Hall and has written and recorded with top Country artists in Nashville.

Links
Website: https://www.lucymayofficial.com
Twitter: @LucyMayOfficial
Facebook: @lucymayofficial
Instagram: @lucymayofficial
You Tube: @LucyMayOfficial