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Fast cars and new talent – Feelgood Saturday 28th January

Skidmarques‘ MD Keith Playell popped in again this morning, to share some of the exciting things already planned for their big Open Day to celebrate the company’s move to bigger premises. This will be something not to miss for anyone who loves cars – with a whole range on display, including vintage cars, a Ford GT and – if all goes to plan – AmD Technik’s VW Golf for this season’s Britiah Touring Car Championship. It’s not just about cars, though – there’ll also be a Giigly Pig hog roast, cupcake decorating for the children with the Cookery Angel, complimentary wine from Drinks of France, live music by Flaming Pie and a stand promting Business Network International, of which Keith is an enthusiastic member. It’s happening on Sunday 12th February at 2pm at Prospect Way in Hutton, and is free of charge. Keith is busy finalising some other attractions for the day, and will be back on next week’s show to tell us more!

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Feelgood-Saturday-28-01-12-Keith-Playell.mp3|titles=Feelgood Saturday 28 01 12 Keith Playell]

Also this morning I chatted with Dan Schultz, organiser of Chelmsford’s Got Talent, along with Phoenix FM’s Elliot Smith, one of its hosts. Dan and Elliott talked about their inspiration for the competition when they visited a remote village in Zambia in 2009, following which their church – the Chelmsford Corps of the Salvation Army – raised £38,000 to buy a new ambulance for the Chikankata area. Action Africa, the charity set up to support the work in Zambia, will benefit from the contest, which is a great opportunity for people to showcase their talents in front of a live audience. It’s open to people of any age, you don’t have to live in Chelmsford and auditions are taking place next Saturday, with the live final a fortnight later. For more information, or to book tickets for the final, visit the website.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Feelgood-Saturday-28-01-12-Dan-Schultz-Elliot-Smith.mp3|titles=Dan Schultz and Elliot Smith]
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Fast cars and new talent – Feelgood Saturday 28th January

Skidmarques‘ MD Keith Playell popped in again this morning, to share some of the exciting things already planned for their big Open Day to celebrate the company’s move to bigger premises. This will be something not to miss for anyone who loves cars – with a whole range on display, including vintage cars, a Ford GT and – if all goes to plan – AmD Technik’s VW Golf for this season’s Britiah Touring Car Championship. It’s not just about cars, though – there’ll also be a Giigly Pig hog roast, cupcake decorating for the children with the Cookery Angel, complimentary wine from Drinks of France, live music by Flaming Pie and a stand promting Business Network International, of which Keith is an enthusiastic member. It’s happening on Sunday 12th February at 2pm at Prospect Way in Hutton, and is free of charge. Keith is busy finalising some other attractions for the day, and will be back on next week’s show to tell us more!

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Feelgood-Saturday-28-01-12-Keith-Playell.mp3|titles=Feelgood Saturday 28 01 12 Keith Playell]

Also this morning I chatted with Dan Schultz, organiser of Chelmsford’s Got Talent, along with Phoenix FM’s Elliot Smith, one of its hosts. Dan and Elliott talked about their inspiration for the competition when they visited a remote village in Zambia in 2009, following which their church – the Chelmsford Corps of the Salvation Army – raised £38,000 to buy a new ambulance for the Chikankata area. Action Africa, the charity set up to support the work in Zambia, will benefit from the contest, which is a great opportunity for people to showcase their talents in front of a live audience. It’s open to people of any age, you don’t have to live in Chelmsford and auditions are taking place next Saturday, with the live final a fortnight later. For more information, or to book tickets for the final, visit the website.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Feelgood-Saturday-28-01-12-Dan-Schultz-Elliot-Smith.mp3|titles=Dan Schultz and Elliot Smith]
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Fast cars and new talent – Feelgood Saturday 28th January

Skidmarques‘ MD Keith Playell popped in again this morning, to share some of the exciting things already planned for their big Open Day to celebrate the company’s move to bigger premises. This will be something not to miss for anyone who loves cars – with a whole range on display, including vintage cars, a Ford GT and – if all goes to plan – AmD Technik’s VW Golf for this season’s Britiah Touring Car Championship. It’s not just about cars, though – there’ll also be a Giigly Pig hog roast, cupcake decorating for the children with the Cookery Angel, complimentary wine from Drinks of France, live music by Flaming Pie and a stand promting Business Network International, of which Keith is an enthusiastic member. It’s happening on Sunday 12th February at 2pm at Prospect Way in Hutton, and is free of charge. Keith is busy finalising some other attractions for the day, and will be back on next week’s show to tell us more!

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Feelgood-Saturday-28-01-12-Keith-Playell.mp3|titles=Feelgood Saturday 28 01 12 Keith Playell]

Also this morning I chatted with Dan Schultz, organiser of Chelmsford’s Got Talent, along with Phoenix FM’s Elliot Smith, one of its hosts. Dan and Elliott talked about their inspiration for the competition when they visited a remote village in Zambia in 2009, following which their church – the Chelmsford Corps of the Salvation Army – raised £38,000 to buy a new ambulance for the Chikankata area. Action Africa, the charity set up to support the work in Zambia, will benefit from the contest, which is a great opportunity for people to showcase their talents in front of a live audience. It’s open to people of any age, you don’t have to live in Chelmsford and auditions are taking place next Saturday, with the live final a fortnight later. For more information, or to book tickets for the final, visit the website.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Feelgood-Saturday-28-01-12-Dan-Schultz-Elliot-Smith.mp3|titles=Dan Schultz and Elliot Smith]
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Fast cars and new talent – Feelgood Saturday 28th January

Skidmarques‘ MD Keith Playell popped in again this morning, to share some of the exciting things already planned for their big Open Day to celebrate the company’s move to bigger premises. This will be something not to miss for anyone who loves cars – with a whole range on display, including vintage cars, a Ford GT and – if all goes to plan – AmD Technik’s VW Golf for this season’s Britiah Touring Car Championship. It’s not just about cars, though – there’ll also be a Giigly Pig hog roast, cupcake decorating for the children with the Cookery Angel, complimentary wine from Drinks of France, live music by Flaming Pie and a stand promting Business Network International, of which Keith is an enthusiastic member. It’s happening on Sunday 12th February at 2pm at Prospect Way in Hutton, and is free of charge. Keith is busy finalising some other attractions for the day, and will be back on next week’s show to tell us more!

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Feelgood-Saturday-28-01-12-Keith-Playell.mp3|titles=Feelgood Saturday 28 01 12 Keith Playell]

Also this morning I chatted with Dan Schultz, organiser of Chelmsford’s Got Talent, along with Phoenix FM’s Elliot Smith, one of its hosts. Dan and Elliott talked about their inspiration for the competition when they visited a remote village in Zambia in 2009, following which their church – the Chelmsford Corps of the Salvation Army – raised £38,000 to buy a new ambulance for the Chikankata area. Action Africa, the charity set up to support the work in Zambia, will benefit from the contest, which is a great opportunity for people to showcase their talents in front of a live audience. It’s open to people of any age, you don’t have to live in Chelmsford and auditions are taking place next Saturday, with the live final a fortnight later. For more information, or to book tickets for the final, visit the website.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Feelgood-Saturday-28-01-12-Dan-Schultz-Elliot-Smith.mp3|titles=Dan Schultz and Elliot Smith]
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