Two years ago, former County player Nick Clarke suffered a stroke. Now working to raise awareness of the dangers, he’s arranging a charity football match at Edgeley Park on Saturday 10th May. He told Simon Kelsey his story.
Big Summer of Sport Podcast
Ian Bogie’s reaction Stockport County’s to 4-3 win over Ramsbottom
Darren Campbell on Olympic Legacy
Tour De France round up
History of Old Trafford Ashes Tests
Stockport Cricket Scene
Ric Clarke from Manchester Mozzies, Aussie Rules Team
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.
Each week on Fuzzbox we are looking back on some of our heroes who appeared on the show before we had the podcast site.
This week we are going back to February 2009 when Paul Holloway spoke to the man behind the hairstyle, John Cooper Clarke.
The Salford Bard became famous as the original punk rock poet.
Johnny Clarke will be playing the Friends Of Mine Festival in May.
Thought for the Week is presented by one of a dedicated team of Stockports clergy, this week it’s Revd. Geoffrey Clarke, the Minister of the Trinity Methodist & United Reformed Church, Cheadle.
Here, Geoffrey shares his thoughts on the film Invictus.
Don’t forget to tune in to New Horizons every Sunday morning from 8am on Stockports Pure 107.8fm