Are you pushing, rushing and hustling, while your body is taking, breaking and even faking your energy?
Could you use a little help to make your comebacks stronger than your setbacks?
Meet Trina Kavanagh-Thomas, aka The Alternative Personal Trainer, who’ll be joining the Girls Around Town next weekend to talk about her work as an alternative personal trainer and health coach.
A contributor to both Voices of Courage, where she describes her journey from comfort zone to confidence zone, and Voices of Hope, in which she tells how she refused to give up on herself, she’ll be sharing her own story with June and Rosalyn next Sunday morning.
And explaining how she’s now on a mission to help her clients discover that the happier they are, the better they feel and the faster they heal.
Tune in to 107.8FM or listen online between 10am and 12 noon to find out what she has to say and how her alternative approach to health and fitness might be just what you’re looking for…
If my story helps just one person, then I’ve done my job
Born in Southwell and known as one of Britain’s leading TV and theatre writers, Billy Ivory returns to his home county next month to entertain guests at Castle House in Newark, the new home of Newark & Sherwood District Council.
Presented by The Wolfit Foundation, In Conversation With Billy Ivory takes place on Sunday 8 September when he will be talking about his career and some of his best known work, which includes Common as Muck, Made in Dagenham, Chef, Boon, The Invisibles and A Thing Called Love.
His TV credits include episodes of All Creatures Great and Small, Emmerdale and Coronation Street, while viewers may also have seen the recent programme he wrote about local skating stars Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.
Tickets for the event, which starts at 3pm, are on sale now, priced £12 each and including afternoon tea.
For bookings, contact Carolyn Drury on 01636 658555 or Carol Wilkinson on 01636 672295 ( email email@example.com).
When you call someone a ‘drama queen’, it’s pretty safe to say you’re not usually paying her a compliment.
But use the same two words to describe next week’s Girls Around Town guest and they take on a completely different meaning.
After teaching thousands of youngsters and with several plays and musicals to her name, there’s no doubt that Carolyn Drury is a leading contender for the title of the Drama Queen of Newark, where she’s lived and worked for most of her life.
She’ll be joining June and Rachel in the studio on Sunday morning to talk about a career that has spanned several decades. A career that, even at the age of 74, is far from over…
Tune or listenonline between 10am and 12 noon to find out how Carolyn went from training as an actress herself to mentoring aspiring young performers through the NITS programme and what’s in the pipeline now she’s retired from teaching to concentrate on writing for the stage.
“Although I’ve always enjoyed writing, between working and bringing up my family I struggled to find the time,” she says. “But now I feel that this is my time at last.
“And I’ve no concerns about coming up with new ideas for material – my imagination is the only muscle that still works!”