Plenty of food for thought on break­fast show

Midweek Visiter - - Breakfast Show - with Neil New­ton Sand­grounder Ra­dio’s Break­fast Show host

EAT­ING habits have been a big talk­ing point on my Sand­grounder Ra­dio break­fast show of late.

If you missed it, I con­fessed to eat­ing Cuppa soups straight from the mug, with a tea­spoon. Slovenly I know, but there it is! As usual, my lis­ten­ers dou­ble trumped me.

Debs in Ains­dale got in touch to say that her Gran­dad used to eat mashed up straw­ber­ries, mixed with milk, on brown bread and but­ter. Ewwwww! Bet he lived un­til about 110 thought.

Many thanks to John from McCarthy & Stone for invit­ing me down to Brun­lees Court in Church­town to spend the night in one of their lux­ury re­tire­ment apart­ments.

A long way off for me, but to be fair I was test­ing them out for my Aunty Pam. They are su­perb. Great restau­rant on site too.

Novem­ber is al­ways a poignant month for me, re­mem­ber­ing lost loved ones who served in our Armed Forces.

Liz Sav­age popped into the stu­dio and of­fi­cially launched the Poppy Ap­peal 2017.

Liz and a team of vol­un­teers have en­sured pop­pies are avail­able across West Lan­cashire this Novem­ber. Do buy one if you can. Fi­nally, a bla­tant plug for Thurs­day morn­ings on my show.

The uber ta­lented Niki Brook from South­port’s Le­mon Tree Bak­ery joins me.

Pic­tured is a tasty au­tum­nal treat, Fiery gin­ger Parkin. It was de­li­cious. Niki bakes ev­ery Thurs­day at 10am.

Please join me week­days morn­ings, 7-11am Live from South­port and across the North West on DAB Dig­i­tal Ra­dio, via our free mo­bile app and on line too.

Fol­low me @pre­sen­terneil

Soup gate and (above) the de­li­cious Parkin

John from McCarthy & Stone

Liz Sav­age launched the Poppy Ap­peal 2017

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