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Waverley Hub¦ Community Podcasts

There is plenty happening in the Waverley borough which does not usually get the attention it deserves.

From recycling to Paralympic games for local kids; we bring you interviews with the individuals, charities, community groups and others who make Waverley what it is.

Farnham charity's life changing work reaches 100 young people

Farnham charity's life changing work reaches 100 young people

Sue Weaver, voluntary chief officer of Change of Scene, talks about providing education to disadvantaged children and young people, and being shortlisted for Eagle Radio's charity of the year.

Cranleigh community award winner helps girls to 'be themselves'

Cranleigh community award winner helps girls to 'be themselves'

Cranleigh Girl Guide leader Sue Whitaker talks about her 26 years of service, after being crowned the winner of the first Roger Coupe Star Award, given out by the Cranleigh-based estate agents.

15-year-old boy inspires classmates to donate toys to children

15-year-old boy inspires classmates to donate toys to children

David Hoyle says he feels 'absolutely amazing' after encouraging fellow students at St Dominic's school in Hambledon to donate to Eagle Radio's Toy Appeal. He also shares his fundraising plans for 2017.

Godalming Lions Club raises £2400 from Christmas Appeal

Godalming Lions Club raises £2400 from Christmas Appeal

Tony Peto, Chairman of Godalming and Villages Lions Club explains how the money will be used to help local people in need.

'Walks for health' fighting loneliness and depression in Haslemere

'Walks for health' fighting loneliness and depression in Haslemere

Susan Hitchin, from Walks for Health in Haselmere, hopes that people who are lonely, depressed, or find walking difficult will contact them, after being recognised by the Mayor at his Volunteers Reception.

Waverley man shares disappointment after Dunsfold vote

Waverley man shares disappointment after Dunsfold vote

After councillors voted for the new Dunsfold development to go ahead, Bob Lees, chairman of Protect Our Waverley, says there were a lot of good things said for why it shouldn't have been passed.

'Volunteering with a twist' - sharing time with Farnham Timebank

'Volunteering with a twist' - sharing time with Farnham Timebank

People do something for someone else, earn a time credit, then choose something that they would like someone to do for them. Karina Young explains how Farnham Timebank 'benefits the whole community'.

Godalming school encourages girls to consider STEM careers

Godalming school encourages girls to consider STEM careers

Sean Skeehan, headmaster of Barrow Hills school, spoke to us after their 'People Like Us' event. He talks about making STEM subjects accessible to every child.

How Haslemere Museum is engaging with people with dementia

How Haslemere Museum is engaging with people with dementia

Education officer Kay Topping talks about the new project, which uses objects and pictures to help stimulate memories and interaction with others.

Why Godalming Council wants thousands of homes in Dunsfold

Why Godalming Council wants thousands of homes in Dunsfold

Godalming Town Councillor Kirsty Walden speaks to us about the need for housing in the Waverley Borough and what it would do for the area.

School reports - should they be reassessed?

School reports - should they be reassessed?

Research shows that 57% of primary school parents don't feel school reports show enough information about what their child is doing; we ask parents in Godalming what they think.

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