Community Chest links for 15th April 2009
BUY THE CASE
James and Alistair made a welcome return to the programme to talk about wines suited to Spring menus. They cna be contacted at their shop in Bridewell Alley, Norwich or on line at www.buythecase.co.uk or telephone 01603 616633. They are shortly to manage and re-open the Wine Press in Guildhall Hill. They aim to offer first class food from locally sourced ingredients and match it with the best wines. The opening date is planned for May 1st 2009. You can listen to them talking on a Podcast which is now available.
Consultant neurologist Dr Simon Shields came into the studio to talk about Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and, in particular to promote a new website aimed at young people who are affected by this, currently, incurable condition.The website is also aimed at the families and carers. It includes a knowledge base about the condition and enables people to communicate their own experiences to others by blogs and U-tube videos.
Check ou the site at http://shift.ms
If you want to contribute to a fund raising event that is aimed at supporting research into MS then go to www.garysatlanticrow.com to follow the progress of a local man who aims to row the Atlantic.
BUILDING CAREERS, CHANGING LIVES!
An employment fair is planned for next Wednesday, 22nd April at Number Ten Bowling, Barnard Road, Bowthorpe, NR5 9JB between 10am and 7pm. The event offer advice and guidance to help people get back to work or even to retrain for a better career. For further information contact Amanda Marsh on 01603 731699. We hope to remind you of this event on next weeks show.
Also on next weeks show will be an item abou the current planning consultations by the Greater Norwich Partnership about the future of the area. Have your say in how Norwich and the surrounding districts are planned.
Our 'Dream Dinner Guest' spot features Tony Hall who is best known as the cartoonist for the Eastern Daily Press. He is also a well respected folk musician.
All this and more on Community Chest Wednesday 22nd April between 10.00am and 1.00pm. Be there !