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One 2 Three Friday 24.6.22 Lisa Whymark & Cheryl Benson from Daily Bread.

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Lisa Whymark & Cheryl Benson from Daily Bread.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Four years ago Daily Bread grew from an idea by a group of mums in Hutton sitting around the kitchen table.  They felt that food was being thrown away by supermarkets because it had reached the sell-by date and that this food could be offered to people in need. Now there is a food hub at  St. Peter’s Hutton offering bags of food to anyone, no questions asked, Monday – Saturday 10 a.m – 12 noon. A second hub was opened last year in Sawyers church and at Easter this transferred to St. George’s Ongar Road, where it is open every Saturday morning 10-12. There is also a café at St. Peter’s open Tuesday – Friday 9 a.m. – 1p.m. At this safe space, other activities have developed, like various crafts, together with visitors offering advice on various matters including jobs. Lisa and Cheryl told us that over two hundred volunteers are involved. These include collectors of the food from the various supermarkets and shops, those receiving and sorting the food and managing the café including cooking. Over the summer they have vacancies to cover a number of roles as regular volunteers take holidays.  More information and how to be in touch can be found at

https://huttonparish.com/dailybread

https://facebook.com/dailybreadservingourcommunity

To chat about the possibility of being a volunteer, please e-mail dailybread@huttonparish.com

Lisa commented that it is amazing what God has done with the original idea.

Playlist

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Josh Groban – River

Killers – Mr. Brightside – chosen by Lisa. All three of her choices were sung as karaoke at her road’s Platinum Jubilee street party.

Journey – Don’t stop believin

Spice Girls -Wannabee

Friday teaser

John Taylor, bassist in Duran Duran. We heard their 1985 James Bond film theme – A view to a kill. UK and USA no 1.

Sir Ray Davies CBE, is ranked no 27 in Rolling Stone’s 100 greatest songwriter of all time. Best known for his work with the Kinks, Ray celebrated his 78th birthday. We heard the Kinks 1966 UK no 5 – Dead end street. Ray celebrated his 78th birthday.

Above, Ray Davies in 1966.

Below, Ray Davies in 2020.

Jason Mraz is older than all bar one of our contestants guessed today, at 45 years of age. We heard his 2008 track – I’m yours – A UK no11, USA no 6 and No 1 in 5 countries, including Israel and Venezuela.

Thanks to everyone who took part in the competition today. We had our lowest scores ever. Drive presenter Stewart, June in Tottenham and Chris in Guildford, did not trouble the scorer. Lis and Chery in the studio, and Chris and Bob in Harlow all scored one point. Congratulations to our 4 joint winners.

Beach Boys – God only knows – Brain Wilson celebrated his 80th birthday this week.

Beatles – Let it be (naked version – Phil Spector production removed). Paul McCartney celebrated his 80th birthday and headlines Glastonbury Festival tomorrow.

Lady A – What a song can do

Feeling – Fill my little world – Patrick in Ingatestone requested this 2006 track.

Chart this week in

 

No 4 Earth, Wind & Fire – Boogie Wonderland

No 9 Edwin Starr – Happy Radio. 

No 11 Sister Sledge – We are family

Jonny Morgan – Wired

Join me next Tuesday, 1-3 when I am sitting in for Scott Ross, and next Friday for our usual time.

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 24.6.22 Lisa Whymark & Cheryl Benson from Daily Bread.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Lisa Whymark & Cheryl Benson from Daily Bread.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Four years ago Daily Bread grew from an idea by a group of mums in Hutton sitting around the kitchen table.  They felt that food was being thrown away by supermarkets because it had reached the sell-by date and that this food could be offered to people in need. Now there is a food hub at  St. Peter’s Hutton offering bags of food to anyone, no questions asked, Monday – Saturday 10 a.m – 12 noon. A second hub was opened last year in Sawyers church and at Easter this transferred to St. George’s Ongar Road, where it is open every Saturday morning 10-12. There is also a café at St. Peter’s open Tuesday – Friday 9 a.m. – 1p.m. At this safe space, other activities have developed, like various crafts, together with visitors offering advice on various matters including jobs. Lisa and Cheryl told us that over two hundred volunteers are involved. These include collectors of the food from the various supermarkets and shops, those receiving and sorting the food and managing the café including cooking. Over the summer they have vacancies to cover a number of roles as regular volunteers take holidays.  More information and how to be in touch can be found at

https://huttonparish.com/dailybread

https://facebook.com/dailybreadservingourcommunity

To chat about the possibility of being a volunteer, please e-mail dailybread@huttonparish.com

Lisa commented that it is amazing what God has done with the original idea.

Playlist

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Josh Groban – River

Killers – Mr. Brightside – chosen by Lisa. All three of her choices were sung as karaoke at her road’s Platinum Jubilee street party.

Journey – Don’t stop believin

Spice Girls -Wannabee

Friday teaser

John Taylor, bassist in Duran Duran. We heard their 1985 James Bond film theme – A view to a kill. UK and USA no 1.

Sir Ray Davies CBE, is ranked no 27 in Rolling Stone’s 100 greatest songwriter of all time. Best known for his work with the Kinks, Ray celebrated his 78th birthday. We heard the Kinks 1966 UK no 5 – Dead end street. Ray celebrated his 78th birthday.

Above, Ray Davies in 1966.

Below, Ray Davies in 2020.

Jason Mraz is older than all bar one of our contestants guessed today, at 45 years of age. We heard his 2008 track – I’m yours – A UK no11, USA no 6 and No 1 in 5 countries, including Israel and Venezuela.

Thanks to everyone who took part in the competition today. We had our lowest scores ever. Drive presenter Stewart, June in Tottenham and Chris in Guildford, did not trouble the scorer. Lis and Chery in the studio, and Chris and Bob in Harlow all scored one point. Congratulations to our 4 joint winners.

Beach Boys – God only knows – Brain Wilson celebrated his 80th birthday this week.

Beatles – Let it be (naked version – Phil Spector production removed). Paul McCartney celebrated his 80th birthday and headlines Glastonbury Festival tomorrow.

Lady A – What a song can do

Feeling – Fill my little world – Patrick in Ingatestone requested this 2006 track.

Chart this week in

 

No 4 Earth, Wind & Fire – Boogie Wonderland

No 9 Edwin Starr – Happy Radio. 

No 11 Sister Sledge – We are family

Jonny Morgan – Wired

Join me next Tuesday, 1-3 when I am sitting in for Scott Ross, and next Friday for our usual time.

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 24.6.22 Lisa Whymark & Cheryl Benson from Daily Bread.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Lisa Whymark & Cheryl Benson from Daily Bread.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Four years ago Daily Bread grew from an idea by a group of mums in Hutton sitting around the kitchen table.  They felt that food was being thrown away by supermarkets because it had reached the sell-by date and that this food could be offered to people in need. Now there is a food hub at  St. Peter’s Hutton offering bags of food to anyone, no questions asked, Monday – Saturday 10 a.m – 12 noon. A second hub was opened last year in Sawyers church and at Easter this transferred to St. George’s Ongar Road, where it is open every Saturday morning 10-12. There is also a café at St. Peter’s open Tuesday – Friday 9 a.m. – 1p.m. At this safe space, other activities have developed, like various crafts, together with visitors offering advice on various matters including jobs. Lisa and Cheryl told us that over two hundred volunteers are involved. These include collectors of the food from the various supermarkets and shops, those receiving and sorting the food and managing the café including cooking. Over the summer they have vacancies to cover a number of roles as regular volunteers take holidays.  More information and how to be in touch can be found at

https://huttonparish.com/dailybread

https://facebook.com/dailybreadservingourcommunity

To chat about the possibility of being a volunteer, please e-mail dailybread@huttonparish.com

Lisa commented that it is amazing what God has done with the original idea.

Playlist

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Josh Groban – River

Killers – Mr. Brightside – chosen by Lisa. All three of her choices were sung as karaoke at her road’s Platinum Jubilee street party.

Journey – Don’t stop believin

Spice Girls -Wannabee

Friday teaser

John Taylor, bassist in Duran Duran. We heard their 1985 James Bond film theme – A view to a kill. UK and USA no 1.

Sir Ray Davies CBE, is ranked no 27 in Rolling Stone’s 100 greatest songwriter of all time. Best known for his work with the Kinks, Ray celebrated his 78th birthday. We heard the Kinks 1966 UK no 5 – Dead end street. Ray celebrated his 78th birthday.

Above, Ray Davies in 1966.

Below, Ray Davies in 2020.

Jason Mraz is older than all bar one of our contestants guessed today, at 45 years of age. We heard his 2008 track – I’m yours – A UK no11, USA no 6 and No 1 in 5 countries, including Israel and Venezuela.

Thanks to everyone who took part in the competition today. We had our lowest scores ever. Drive presenter Stewart, June in Tottenham and Chris in Guildford, did not trouble the scorer. Lis and Chery in the studio, and Chris and Bob in Harlow all scored one point. Congratulations to our 4 joint winners.

Beach Boys – God only knows – Brain Wilson celebrated his 80th birthday this week.

Beatles – Let it be (naked version – Phil Spector production removed). Paul McCartney celebrated his 80th birthday and headlines Glastonbury Festival tomorrow.

Lady A – What a song can do

Feeling – Fill my little world – Patrick in Ingatestone requested this 2006 track.

Chart this week in

 

No 4 Earth, Wind & Fire – Boogie Wonderland

No 9 Edwin Starr – Happy Radio. 

No 11 Sister Sledge – We are family

Jonny Morgan – Wired

Join me next Tuesday, 1-3 when I am sitting in for Scott Ross, and next Friday for our usual time.

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 24.6.22 Lisa Whymark & Cheryl Benson from Daily Bread.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Lisa Whymark & Cheryl Benson from Daily Bread.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Four years ago Daily Bread grew from an idea by a group of mums in Hutton sitting around the kitchen table.  They felt that food was being thrown away by supermarkets because it had reached the sell-by date and that this food could be offered to people in need. Now there is a food hub at  St. Peter’s Hutton offering bags of food to anyone, no questions asked, Monday – Saturday 10 a.m – 12 noon. A second hub was opened last year in Sawyers church and at Easter this transferred to St. George’s Ongar Road, where it is open every Saturday morning 10-12. There is also a café at St. Peter’s open Tuesday – Friday 9 a.m. – 1p.m. At this safe space, other activities have developed, like various crafts, together with visitors offering advice on various matters including jobs. Lisa and Cheryl told us that over two hundred volunteers are involved. These include collectors of the food from the various supermarkets and shops, those receiving and sorting the food and managing the café including cooking. Over the summer they have vacancies to cover a number of roles as regular volunteers take holidays.  More information and how to be in touch can be found at

https://huttonparish.com/dailybread

https://facebook.com/dailybreadservingourcommunity

To chat about the possibility of being a volunteer, please e-mail dailybread@huttonparish.com

Lisa commented that it is amazing what God has done with the original idea.

Playlist

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Josh Groban – River

Killers – Mr. Brightside – chosen by Lisa. All three of her choices were sung as karaoke at her road’s Platinum Jubilee street party.

Journey – Don’t stop believin

Spice Girls -Wannabee

Friday teaser

John Taylor, bassist in Duran Duran. We heard their 1985 James Bond film theme – A view to a kill. UK and USA no 1.

Sir Ray Davies CBE, is ranked no 27 in Rolling Stone’s 100 greatest songwriter of all time. Best known for his work with the Kinks, Ray celebrated his 78th birthday. We heard the Kinks 1966 UK no 5 – Dead end street. Ray celebrated his 78th birthday.

Above, Ray Davies in 1966.

Below, Ray Davies in 2020.

Jason Mraz is older than all bar one of our contestants guessed today, at 45 years of age. We heard his 2008 track – I’m yours – A UK no11, USA no 6 and No 1 in 5 countries, including Israel and Venezuela.

Thanks to everyone who took part in the competition today. We had our lowest scores ever. Drive presenter Stewart, June in Tottenham and Chris in Guildford, did not trouble the scorer. Lis and Chery in the studio, and Chris and Bob in Harlow all scored one point. Congratulations to our 4 joint winners.

Beach Boys – God only knows – Brain Wilson celebrated his 80th birthday this week.

Beatles – Let it be (naked version – Phil Spector production removed). Paul McCartney celebrated his 80th birthday and headlines Glastonbury Festival tomorrow.

Lady A – What a song can do

Feeling – Fill my little world – Patrick in Ingatestone requested this 2006 track.

Chart this week in

 

No 4 Earth, Wind & Fire – Boogie Wonderland

No 9 Edwin Starr – Happy Radio. 

No 11 Sister Sledge – We are family

Jonny Morgan – Wired

Join me next Tuesday, 1-3 when I am sitting in for Scott Ross, and next Friday for our usual time.

 

 

 

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