Duncan Boswell goes to meet some of the WWII evacuees from Guernsey who ended in Stockport. Plus Speedworks team principal Christian Dick on the conclusion of a successful season in the BTCC, and thousands flock to see the final flights of the Woodford-designed and built Vulcan bomber.
Wayne Jones, Chairman of Governors at Stockport Technical School, tells Simon why the “ground breaking” free school is being forced to close after just two years. Plus former first team coach Dan Millen on the demise of Stockport Sports. Also, Bramhall South & Woodford councillor Paul Bellis on his defection to UKIP — and a response from local Conservative leader Cllr Syd Lloyd.
Local councillors Paul Bellis and Lenny Grice join Simon to debate the future of the former BAe Systems site at Woodford Aerodrome.
In this TACS Partnership Cheshire Cricket League special, Andy Searle speaks to Disley captain Andrew Clarke and the club’s overseas Aussie Jackson Stewart about the club’s great start to the season in the Cheshire League Division Three. He also visits Woodford Cricket Club, who occupy one of the promotion spots in the division above Disley, and chats to skipper Simon Elms about the great strides the club has made over the last few years.
Andy Searle is joined by Rick Halkon, Stockport’s new Cricket Develeopment Officer, to chat about his role in the promotion of cricket within the borough and also inform everyone of some of the great ‘Cricket for Fun’ courses available for girls and boys between the ages of 6 and 15 this Summer.