Life in the fast lane with Coach Cath

From business coaching and social media courses to publishing her first book – if you’re a regular listener to Girls Around Town, you’ll know that this week’s guest is definitely a woman who achieves everything she sets out to do…

And right now it looks as though Cath Babbington could be about to be officially recognised for doing exactly that!

Nominated recently for this year’s Woman Who Achieves Awards, Coach Cath as she’s known to her clients will be back in the studio in the second hour on Sunday to tell June – and you – all about it and just what it means to her to be in the running for such a prestigious award.

With two new projects in the pipeline as well – her first journal and a brand new business to boot – it’s a wonder she’s able to find the time to pop over to Radio Newark for another on-air chat.

But, in the words of Benjamin Franklin, if you want something done, ask a busy person which is exactly what June did and what Cath will be doing…

So hopefully you won’t be too busy to Put On Your Sunday Best on 107.8FM, on the apps or online between 10am and 12 noon as usual this weekend to hear what Cath has to say about life in the fast lane these days!

The key to making a good first impression

Are you – or someone you know – thinking about renting out a house or flat?

There’s no shortage of advice online and on TV programmes about how to make the best impression when viewers arrive to see what’s on offer, of course…

But this week’s guest on Girls Around Town has a few top tips of her own to share when she’s live in the studio on Sunday!

Joining June in the second hour of the show, Gemma Atkinson will be explaining why and how she switched from being a social worker to set up Flying Keys, working with both landlords and tenants in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.

Based on her experience over the last couple of years, she’ll be highlighting some of the key things you should consider doing before those potential renters step through the front door to check out whether your property is the one they want to move into.

What is it they’re looking at and for? How important is kerb appeal?

And does it really make a difference if your home smells of freshly baked bread or brewing coffee?!

Make sure you’re tuned in to 107.8FM or listening on the apps, on Alexa or online from just after 11am to hear those top tips from Gemma when you Put On Your Sunday Best this weekend.

Are you up for a challenge?

If you’re a regular listener to Girls Around Town, you may well remember hearing June talking to various people from REACH, a Nottinghamshire charity dedicated to helping local people with learning disabilities live happier, healthier lives in their community.

With centres in Southwell, Newark and Mansfield along with two Flower Pods in the district, its team does this by running courses, social activities, holidays and best practice projects to find new solutions to problems and also offers quality one-to-one care support through Reach Learning Disability Care CIC.

With several fundraising events on the horizon for the coming months, the team certainly has a busy summer ahead…

And fundraising director Julia Sandhu will be live in the studio next Sunday morning to share all the details!

Maybe you fancy taking the plunge of a tandem skydive over at Langar Airfield in a couple of months’ time?

Perhaps you’re a runner who’s up for the challenge of the Newark Half Marathon in August?

Or is raising money for REACH through October‘s Virtual London Marathon more your cup of tea?

Julia will have information about these and other fundraising events on the summer and autumn programme when she takes to the mic just after 10.10am next weekend.

So make sure you’re tuned in to 107.8FM or listening on the apps or online to Put On Your Sunday Best from the very start of the show and find out how you can get involved…

And in the meantime, if you want a few more details about the events and how to sign up for them, just follow this link