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Brentwood’s officially Fairtrade – Feelgood Saturday 31st December

Following last week’s announcement that Brentwood has been designated an official Fairtrade Town I chatted this morning with Caryl Kwei, whose local steering group have worked so hard over the past few years to encourage local residents, businesses and other organisations to help make sure the town meets the five goals set by the Fairtrade Foundation. Caryl also talked about Fairtrade Fortnight, which starts on 27 February, when they’ll be asking everyone to take a step for Fairtrade. If you support the idea of making sure that the people who produce the things we all buy every day get a better deal and you’d like to get actively involved with the local group, including Fairtrade Fortnight, give Caryl a call on 01277 226834, or e-mail Kim Anderson at the Council – kim.anderson@brentwood.gov.uk.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Feelgood-Saturday-31-12-11-Caryl-Kwei.mp3|titles=Feelgood Saturday 31 12 11 Caryl Kwei]

I’ve had a great time throughout 2011 meeting so many interesting people on the Feelgood Saturday, and if you’ve been one of them, thank you for taking the time to come in and share with the rest of Brentwood and Billericay. Hopefully there’s been something of interest to everyone – we’ve featured local charities, several of the local theatre and operatic groups, one or two local bands, local history and occasionally more serious subjects such as the layout at the A127/A176 interchange; we also played a part in helping reunite deaf cocker spaniel Molly with her owner after being stolen from her home in Ingatestone. If you’re involved with an organisation that you think people would like to know more about, or if you’re an individual with an interesting story to tell, please feel free to contact me – and you could be on the show in 2012! E-mail alan@phoenixfm.com.

Thank you so much for listening during 2011 – do tell your friends about the show and about the station, and have a very happy new year.

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Brentwood’s officially Fairtrade – Feelgood Saturday 31st December

Following last week’s announcement that Brentwood has been designated an official Fairtrade Town I chatted this morning with Caryl Kwei, whose local steering group have worked so hard over the past few years to encourage local residents, businesses and other organisations to help make sure the town meets the five goals set by the Fairtrade Foundation. Caryl also talked about Fairtrade Fortnight, which starts on 27 February, when they’ll be asking everyone to take a step for Fairtrade. If you support the idea of making sure that the people who produce the things we all buy every day get a better deal and you’d like to get actively involved with the local group, including Fairtrade Fortnight, give Caryl a call on 01277 226834, or e-mail Kim Anderson at the Council – kim.anderson@brentwood.gov.uk.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Feelgood-Saturday-31-12-11-Caryl-Kwei.mp3|titles=Feelgood Saturday 31 12 11 Caryl Kwei]

I’ve had a great time throughout 2011 meeting so many interesting people on the Feelgood Saturday, and if you’ve been one of them, thank you for taking the time to come in and share with the rest of Brentwood and Billericay. Hopefully there’s been something of interest to everyone – we’ve featured local charities, several of the local theatre and operatic groups, one or two local bands, local history and occasionally more serious subjects such as the layout at the A127/A176 interchange; we also played a part in helping reunite deaf cocker spaniel Molly with her owner after being stolen from her home in Ingatestone. If you’re involved with an organisation that you think people would like to know more about, or if you’re an individual with an interesting story to tell, please feel free to contact me – and you could be on the show in 2012! E-mail alan@phoenixfm.com.

Thank you so much for listening during 2011 – do tell your friends about the show and about the station, and have a very happy new year.

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Brentwood’s officially Fairtrade – Feelgood Saturday 31st December

Following last week’s announcement that Brentwood has been designated an official Fairtrade Town I chatted this morning with Caryl Kwei, whose local steering group have worked so hard over the past few years to encourage local residents, businesses and other organisations to help make sure the town meets the five goals set by the Fairtrade Foundation. Caryl also talked about Fairtrade Fortnight, which starts on 27 February, when they’ll be asking everyone to take a step for Fairtrade. If you support the idea of making sure that the people who produce the things we all buy every day get a better deal and you’d like to get actively involved with the local group, including Fairtrade Fortnight, give Caryl a call on 01277 226834, or e-mail Kim Anderson at the Council – kim.anderson@brentwood.gov.uk.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Feelgood-Saturday-31-12-11-Caryl-Kwei.mp3|titles=Feelgood Saturday 31 12 11 Caryl Kwei]

I’ve had a great time throughout 2011 meeting so many interesting people on the Feelgood Saturday, and if you’ve been one of them, thank you for taking the time to come in and share with the rest of Brentwood and Billericay. Hopefully there’s been something of interest to everyone – we’ve featured local charities, several of the local theatre and operatic groups, one or two local bands, local history and occasionally more serious subjects such as the layout at the A127/A176 interchange; we also played a part in helping reunite deaf cocker spaniel Molly with her owner after being stolen from her home in Ingatestone. If you’re involved with an organisation that you think people would like to know more about, or if you’re an individual with an interesting story to tell, please feel free to contact me – and you could be on the show in 2012! E-mail alan@phoenixfm.com.

Thank you so much for listening during 2011 – do tell your friends about the show and about the station, and have a very happy new year.

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Brentwood’s officially Fairtrade – Feelgood Saturday 31st December

Following last week’s announcement that Brentwood has been designated an official Fairtrade Town I chatted this morning with Caryl Kwei, whose local steering group have worked so hard over the past few years to encourage local residents, businesses and other organisations to help make sure the town meets the five goals set by the Fairtrade Foundation. Caryl also talked about Fairtrade Fortnight, which starts on 27 February, when they’ll be asking everyone to take a step for Fairtrade. If you support the idea of making sure that the people who produce the things we all buy every day get a better deal and you’d like to get actively involved with the local group, including Fairtrade Fortnight, give Caryl a call on 01277 226834, or e-mail Kim Anderson at the Council – kim.anderson@brentwood.gov.uk.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Feelgood-Saturday-31-12-11-Caryl-Kwei.mp3|titles=Feelgood Saturday 31 12 11 Caryl Kwei]

I’ve had a great time throughout 2011 meeting so many interesting people on the Feelgood Saturday, and if you’ve been one of them, thank you for taking the time to come in and share with the rest of Brentwood and Billericay. Hopefully there’s been something of interest to everyone – we’ve featured local charities, several of the local theatre and operatic groups, one or two local bands, local history and occasionally more serious subjects such as the layout at the A127/A176 interchange; we also played a part in helping reunite deaf cocker spaniel Molly with her owner after being stolen from her home in Ingatestone. If you’re involved with an organisation that you think people would like to know more about, or if you’re an individual with an interesting story to tell, please feel free to contact me – and you could be on the show in 2012! E-mail alan@phoenixfm.com.

Thank you so much for listening during 2011 – do tell your friends about the show and about the station, and have a very happy new year.

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