In conversation with Netherton C of E

Tuesday 26th January 2021

Our local schools are doing a fantastic job taking lessons online during this challenging time. I recently joined Netherton CofE virtually for a Q&A session and the teachers and pupils certainly put me through my paces! Listen to the full session in this episode. 

Previous Podcasts

From my 9th annual jobs fair - Thu 5th October

Merry Hill saw my 9th annual jobs and skills fair, and the busiest one yet.

Meet Dudley South Hero Dawn Keeley - Wed 21st June

I continue my Dudley South Heroes series with Dawn Keeley — Dawn does a huge amount of volunteering with the Girlguides in Wall Heath.

Meet Dudley South Hero Trevor Fielding - Tue 25th April

Trevor runs a charity called "Santa's Black Country Toy Appeal".

Meet Dudley South Hero Stu Bratt - Thu 30th March

Meet Stu Bratt, my next Dudley South Hero. Stu runs a local mental health charity for men called "Tough Enough To Care".

Meet Dudley South Hero Ken Smith - Wed 22nd February

Hawbush Gardens is a real jewel in the community here in Brierley Hill. Ken Smith runs it — they use the space to grow fresh produce for local people and so much more.

Live from my 8th annual jobs fair - Tue 18th October

I hosted a packed jobs fair at Merry Hill shopping centre and I’d like to thank every single business and organisation that took the time to come along and speak to local people.

Pensnett needs a GP surgery - Thu 8th September

At the start of the pandemic, GPs in Pensnett were moved to Brierley Hill and the High Oak Surgery became a Respiratory Assessment Centre. We need a permanent GP surgery back in Pensnett.

Taking young people off benefits - Wed 10th November

There’s just over a month left until the government Kickstart scheme ends. It is a fantastic scheme that takes young people off benefits and puts them into quality jobs.

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