Head out to shops once in a while
WE are grateful for the support that we receive from local business and are always looking at ways that we can acknowledge the support they give us.
One way we are able to do that is by inviting them on to our shows so they can inform the local community about what they do.
Two such examples are Michael King, from the Mykita Ballroom in Macclesfield, and James McCance, from the Bond Street Veterinary Clinic, in Macclesfield.
Michael is a local man and a former undefeated North of England Latin dance champion. Michael joined Nick Wright to talk about his roots and how he, with Anita Cottrill, formed Mykita in 1977.
James and his wife Sue took over the veterinary practice from David Hopkins in 1993 and are proud they are one of the few local practices that offer a 365 day a year service to local pet owners.
We went to interview James at his practice armed with questions our listeners had submitted via our website and thank James and Michael for their time. Keep tuned in to 102.8 as we plan to re-run the interviews over the next few weeks.
We also give local voluntary and not-forprofit organisations the opportunity to come on air to talk about what they do and what events they have coming up. If you would like this opportunity, ring the office on 01625 576689. I WENT shopping with Mrs B today.
Gentlemen, if you haven’t accompanied your wife on a shopping expedition for some time do it now. You will be shocked and stunned at what you find.
Do you realise you can control the weather from your own trousers? No…I’m not kidding, it’s true. I knew you wouldn’t believe me so I took a photograph to prove it.
Climate Control pants, would you credit it? And that’s not all. Some retail stores are now so overwhelmingly enormous customers must follow a one-way system. I asked one assistant how to find the gents toilet and she pointed me to a map of the world.
I’m telling you, chaps,
‘Climate Control pants, would you credit it?’
it’s a different world out there since we last went shopping.
Do you know you can buy an entire new kitchen (working surfaces, cupboards, centre island the lot and take it all home on a Fiat 500) according to the adverts?
Now, I’m not saying you should go every week but just once in a while venture out with the missus and see what’s going on.
You don’t want to discover she’s bought a new appliance that’s made you surplus to requirements.
We guys need to stick
(Keep me posted on what your women are up to.)
●● Control the weather from your pants together on this or we could be heading for the recycling bin.