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One 2 Three Friday 15.3.24 Rob Saggs updates about CHESS homeless

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Rob Saggs updates about CHESS homeless
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Patrick Sherring

 

CHESS have eleven properties across eight boroughs providing sixty four bedspaces. Rob Saggs talked about the new project to develop their existing Turning point site from 9 units of bedspaces for single homeless adults to 24. These would be modular self-contained homes offering a significantly improved style and set up of accommodation. These will provide a self-contained place to live whilst addressing the issues that saw them become homeless, with the help of trained support and life skills staff available on site. The project is costing £2.7 million and at the moment is £160,00 below the required amount.

Above, the existing site.

Below the new planned accommodation.

Rob stated that the problem with homelessness was getting worse. If you see a homeless person on the street, message https://www.thestreetlink.org.uk With 24 hours the person will be visited and Chess will see what can be done to provide help. There are always roles for volunteers to assist with the work of the charity. Tasks such as painting properties, cooking meals at night shelters, providing support, outreach, presentations in schools and gardening. Rob said if anyone had a heart to help in anyway that should contact CHESS on 01245 281104 of e-mail administration@chesshomeless.org More information about the work of CHESS can be found on the website.

CHESS

Playlist

Jools Holland & the Blind Boys of Alabama – Rock me – from the 2003 album – More friends – one of the tracks chosen by Bishop Adam, Bishop of Bradwell for the show last week.

Lauren Diagle – Turbulent skies – from the self-titled 2023 album that was nominated for the Grammy Christian album of the year.

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from the 2023 album – Midnight 3 am– no 19 in the album chart this week. Grammy album of the year and best pop performance.

Stereophonics – Dekota – 2005 UK no 1 Top 20 in Ireland, Belgium and New Zealand.

Coldplay – Everyday life – title track from the 2019 album, no 1 in the UK and eleven more countries. USA no 7 and Top 10 in 20 other countries.

Birthdays competition

Carrie Underwood – Something in the water – 2014 USA no 24 from the album – Greatest hits Decade 1. Winner of the Grammy award for the best country solo performance. Carrie is 41 years old.

Neil Sedaka – Breaking up is hard to do. –1962 no 1 in USA, Canada and New Zealand. UK no 7. Neil recently celebrated his 85th birthday.

U2 – New Years Day – from the 1983 album – War. The first UK hit single for the band, reaching number 10. Album UK no 1. 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time, number 223.  Bass guitarist Adam Clayton is 64 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Rob in the studio and Patrick  from Ingatestone for taking part. W had correct answers for all three artists. The joint winners with six points were Bob in Harlow and Chris in Guildford.

Acker Bilk – Stranger on the shore – 1961 UK and USA no 1. Biggest selling instrumental of all time in UK, over 1.2 million copies. The 45rpm staying in the UK Top 50 for over a year.

Nathaniel Bawden – Diamond in the rough – from the PhoenixFM playlist

Crowded House – Weather with you – 1992 UK no 7, Top 10 in three more countries, Top 50 in six more countries.

Chart this week in 2003

No 1 Christina Aguilera – Beautiful. No 1 in UK and nine more countries. USA no 2, selling over 2 million copies.

No 6 Justin Timberlake – Cry me a river – from his debut album – Justified. UK no 2, USA no 3, Top 10 in 12 more countries. Grammy award for best male vocal performance. 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time, no 484.

No 16 Melanie C – Here it comes again – UK no 7, Top 20 in five more countries.

Michelle Ward – Wonderful world – PhoenixFM weekdays 10am-1pm presenter. She has a new track, in three versions, being released soon.

Booker T & MGs – Green onions – 1962 USA no 3. 1980 UK no 7 after featuring in the film Quadrophenia.

Rod Stewart and Jools Holland – Just like being in love – from the 2024 no 1 album – Swing fever.

Next week my guest is Father Andy Smith from All Saints and St. Peter’s C of E churches in Hutton. They run the Daily Bread cafe.

https://www.huttonparish.com

 

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One 2 Three Friday 15.3.24 Rob Saggs updates about CHESS homeless

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Rob Saggs updates about CHESS homeless
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

CHESS have eleven properties across eight boroughs providing sixty four bedspaces. Rob Saggs talked about the new project to develop their existing Turning point site from 9 units of bedspaces for single homeless adults to 24. These would be modular self-contained homes offering a significantly improved style and set up of accommodation. These will provide a self-contained place to live whilst addressing the issues that saw them become homeless, with the help of trained support and life skills staff available on site. The project is costing £2.7 million and at the moment is £160,00 below the required amount.

Above, the existing site.

Below the new planned accommodation.

Rob stated that the problem with homelessness was getting worse. If you see a homeless person on the street, message https://www.thestreetlink.org.uk With 24 hours the person will be visited and Chess will see what can be done to provide help. There are always roles for volunteers to assist with the work of the charity. Tasks such as painting properties, cooking meals at night shelters, providing support, outreach, presentations in schools and gardening. Rob said if anyone had a heart to help in anyway that should contact CHESS on 01245 281104 of e-mail administration@chesshomeless.org More information about the work of CHESS can be found on the website.

CHESS

Playlist

Jools Holland & the Blind Boys of Alabama – Rock me – from the 2003 album – More friends – one of the tracks chosen by Bishop Adam, Bishop of Bradwell for the show last week.

Lauren Diagle – Turbulent skies – from the self-titled 2023 album that was nominated for the Grammy Christian album of the year.

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from the 2023 album – Midnight 3 am– no 19 in the album chart this week. Grammy album of the year and best pop performance.

Stereophonics – Dekota – 2005 UK no 1 Top 20 in Ireland, Belgium and New Zealand.

Coldplay – Everyday life – title track from the 2019 album, no 1 in the UK and eleven more countries. USA no 7 and Top 10 in 20 other countries.

Birthdays competition

Carrie Underwood – Something in the water – 2014 USA no 24 from the album – Greatest hits Decade 1. Winner of the Grammy award for the best country solo performance. Carrie is 41 years old.

Neil Sedaka – Breaking up is hard to do. –1962 no 1 in USA, Canada and New Zealand. UK no 7. Neil recently celebrated his 85th birthday.

U2 – New Years Day – from the 1983 album – War. The first UK hit single for the band, reaching number 10. Album UK no 1. 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time, number 223.  Bass guitarist Adam Clayton is 64 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Rob in the studio and Patrick  from Ingatestone for taking part. W had correct answers for all three artists. The joint winners with six points were Bob in Harlow and Chris in Guildford.

Acker Bilk – Stranger on the shore – 1961 UK and USA no 1. Biggest selling instrumental of all time in UK, over 1.2 million copies. The 45rpm staying in the UK Top 50 for over a year.

Nathaniel Bawden – Diamond in the rough – from the PhoenixFM playlist

Crowded House – Weather with you – 1992 UK no 7, Top 10 in three more countries, Top 50 in six more countries.

Chart this week in 2003

No 1 Christina Aguilera – Beautiful. No 1 in UK and nine more countries. USA no 2, selling over 2 million copies.

No 6 Justin Timberlake – Cry me a river – from his debut album – Justified. UK no 2, USA no 3, Top 10 in 12 more countries. Grammy award for best male vocal performance. 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time, no 484.

No 16 Melanie C – Here it comes again – UK no 7, Top 20 in five more countries.

Michelle Ward – Wonderful world – PhoenixFM weekdays 10am-1pm presenter. She has a new track, in three versions, being released soon.

Booker T & MGs – Green onions – 1962 USA no 3. 1980 UK no 7 after featuring in the film Quadrophenia.

Rod Stewart and Jools Holland – Just like being in love – from the 2024 no 1 album – Swing fever.

Next week my guest is Father Andy Smith from All Saints and St. Peter’s C of E churches in Hutton. They run the Daily Bread cafe.

https://www.huttonparish.com

 

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One 2 Three Friday 15.3.24 Rob Saggs updates about CHESS homeless

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Rob Saggs updates about CHESS homeless
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

CHESS have eleven properties across eight boroughs providing sixty four bedspaces. Rob Saggs talked about the new project to develop their existing Turning point site from 9 units of bedspaces for single homeless adults to 24. These would be modular self-contained homes offering a significantly improved style and set up of accommodation. These will provide a self-contained place to live whilst addressing the issues that saw them become homeless, with the help of trained support and life skills staff available on site. The project is costing £2.7 million and at the moment is £160,00 below the required amount.

Above, the existing site.

Below the new planned accommodation.

Rob stated that the problem with homelessness was getting worse. If you see a homeless person on the street, message https://www.thestreetlink.org.uk With 24 hours the person will be visited and Chess will see what can be done to provide help. There are always roles for volunteers to assist with the work of the charity. Tasks such as painting properties, cooking meals at night shelters, providing support, outreach, presentations in schools and gardening. Rob said if anyone had a heart to help in anyway that should contact CHESS on 01245 281104 of e-mail administration@chesshomeless.org More information about the work of CHESS can be found on the website.

CHESS

Playlist

Jools Holland & the Blind Boys of Alabama – Rock me – from the 2003 album – More friends – one of the tracks chosen by Bishop Adam, Bishop of Bradwell for the show last week.

Lauren Diagle – Turbulent skies – from the self-titled 2023 album that was nominated for the Grammy Christian album of the year.

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from the 2023 album – Midnight 3 am– no 19 in the album chart this week. Grammy album of the year and best pop performance.

Stereophonics – Dekota – 2005 UK no 1 Top 20 in Ireland, Belgium and New Zealand.

Coldplay – Everyday life – title track from the 2019 album, no 1 in the UK and eleven more countries. USA no 7 and Top 10 in 20 other countries.

Birthdays competition

Carrie Underwood – Something in the water – 2014 USA no 24 from the album – Greatest hits Decade 1. Winner of the Grammy award for the best country solo performance. Carrie is 41 years old.

Neil Sedaka – Breaking up is hard to do. –1962 no 1 in USA, Canada and New Zealand. UK no 7. Neil recently celebrated his 85th birthday.

U2 – New Years Day – from the 1983 album – War. The first UK hit single for the band, reaching number 10. Album UK no 1. 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time, number 223.  Bass guitarist Adam Clayton is 64 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Rob in the studio and Patrick  from Ingatestone for taking part. W had correct answers for all three artists. The joint winners with six points were Bob in Harlow and Chris in Guildford.

Acker Bilk – Stranger on the shore – 1961 UK and USA no 1. Biggest selling instrumental of all time in UK, over 1.2 million copies. The 45rpm staying in the UK Top 50 for over a year.

Nathaniel Bawden – Diamond in the rough – from the PhoenixFM playlist

Crowded House – Weather with you – 1992 UK no 7, Top 10 in three more countries, Top 50 in six more countries.

Chart this week in 2003

No 1 Christina Aguilera – Beautiful. No 1 in UK and nine more countries. USA no 2, selling over 2 million copies.

No 6 Justin Timberlake – Cry me a river – from his debut album – Justified. UK no 2, USA no 3, Top 10 in 12 more countries. Grammy award for best male vocal performance. 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time, no 484.

No 16 Melanie C – Here it comes again – UK no 7, Top 20 in five more countries.

Michelle Ward – Wonderful world – PhoenixFM weekdays 10am-1pm presenter. She has a new track, in three versions, being released soon.

Booker T & MGs – Green onions – 1962 USA no 3. 1980 UK no 7 after featuring in the film Quadrophenia.

Rod Stewart and Jools Holland – Just like being in love – from the 2024 no 1 album – Swing fever.

Next week my guest is Father Andy Smith from All Saints and St. Peter’s C of E churches in Hutton. They run the Daily Bread cafe.

https://www.huttonparish.com

 

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One 2 Three Friday 15.3.24 Rob Saggs updates about CHESS homeless

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Rob Saggs updates about CHESS homeless
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

CHESS have eleven properties across eight boroughs providing sixty four bedspaces. Rob Saggs talked about the new project to develop their existing Turning point site from 9 units of bedspaces for single homeless adults to 24. These would be modular self-contained homes offering a significantly improved style and set up of accommodation. These will provide a self-contained place to live whilst addressing the issues that saw them become homeless, with the help of trained support and life skills staff available on site. The project is costing £2.7 million and at the moment is £160,00 below the required amount.

Above, the existing site.

Below the new planned accommodation.

Rob stated that the problem with homelessness was getting worse. If you see a homeless person on the street, message https://www.thestreetlink.org.uk With 24 hours the person will be visited and Chess will see what can be done to provide help. There are always roles for volunteers to assist with the work of the charity. Tasks such as painting properties, cooking meals at night shelters, providing support, outreach, presentations in schools and gardening. Rob said if anyone had a heart to help in anyway that should contact CHESS on 01245 281104 of e-mail administration@chesshomeless.org More information about the work of CHESS can be found on the website.

CHESS

Playlist

Jools Holland & the Blind Boys of Alabama – Rock me – from the 2003 album – More friends – one of the tracks chosen by Bishop Adam, Bishop of Bradwell for the show last week.

Lauren Diagle – Turbulent skies – from the self-titled 2023 album that was nominated for the Grammy Christian album of the year.

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from the 2023 album – Midnight 3 am– no 19 in the album chart this week. Grammy album of the year and best pop performance.

Stereophonics – Dekota – 2005 UK no 1 Top 20 in Ireland, Belgium and New Zealand.

Coldplay – Everyday life – title track from the 2019 album, no 1 in the UK and eleven more countries. USA no 7 and Top 10 in 20 other countries.

Birthdays competition

Carrie Underwood – Something in the water – 2014 USA no 24 from the album – Greatest hits Decade 1. Winner of the Grammy award for the best country solo performance. Carrie is 41 years old.

Neil Sedaka – Breaking up is hard to do. –1962 no 1 in USA, Canada and New Zealand. UK no 7. Neil recently celebrated his 85th birthday.

U2 – New Years Day – from the 1983 album – War. The first UK hit single for the band, reaching number 10. Album UK no 1. 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time, number 223.  Bass guitarist Adam Clayton is 64 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Rob in the studio and Patrick  from Ingatestone for taking part. W had correct answers for all three artists. The joint winners with six points were Bob in Harlow and Chris in Guildford.

Acker Bilk – Stranger on the shore – 1961 UK and USA no 1. Biggest selling instrumental of all time in UK, over 1.2 million copies. The 45rpm staying in the UK Top 50 for over a year.

Nathaniel Bawden – Diamond in the rough – from the PhoenixFM playlist

Crowded House – Weather with you – 1992 UK no 7, Top 10 in three more countries, Top 50 in six more countries.

Chart this week in 2003

No 1 Christina Aguilera – Beautiful. No 1 in UK and nine more countries. USA no 2, selling over 2 million copies.

No 6 Justin Timberlake – Cry me a river – from his debut album – Justified. UK no 2, USA no 3, Top 10 in 12 more countries. Grammy award for best male vocal performance. 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time, no 484.

No 16 Melanie C – Here it comes again – UK no 7, Top 20 in five more countries.

Michelle Ward – Wonderful world – PhoenixFM weekdays 10am-1pm presenter. She has a new track, in three versions, being released soon.

Booker T & MGs – Green onions – 1962 USA no 3. 1980 UK no 7 after featuring in the film Quadrophenia.

Rod Stewart and Jools Holland – Just like being in love – from the 2024 no 1 album – Swing fever.

Next week my guest is Father Andy Smith from All Saints and St. Peter’s C of E churches in Hutton. They run the Daily Bread cafe.

https://www.huttonparish.com

 

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