This week we’re joined by Stephen Lawton who with over 14 years working on the Railway has more then enough experience to be the Station Master at Ramsbottom train station.
After the slightly different release schedule for Episode 10 of This is Rammy, we’re back to our regular schedule, every Sunday at 10am.
This weeks episode of This is Rammy, I speak to Gwenda Newton of Friends of Nuttall Park again to ask her what they have going on in May in the biggest park in Ramsbottom.
This is Rammy caught up with Melanie Southworth on Saturday May the 2nd 2015, one week after the massive earthquake in Nepal claiming the lives of over 7000 people.
Starting from just an idea, some late nights and a love for crafting, Helen grew her business Fair Trade Emporium from a passion, into something she loves to get out of bed early for each Saturday morning.
With the initial plan being that Fair Trade Emporium would be a shop, Helen was soon swayed by the comparatively low rental costs of a market stall, and after trying this for a few weeks, was hooked.
Ramsbottom, being a Fair Trade town is home to many small businesses and shops, with Helens Fair Trade Emporium enhancing this ethic. Helen has proven with Fair Trade Emporium..
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This week on This Is Rammy we have a conversation with Pam Smart from Incredible Edible Ramsbottom.
Incredible Edible started life around 5 years ago when a founder of the movement came to provide a talk to the community, from that day forth, Incredible Edible Ramsbottom was born and the rest is history.
Incredible Edible are a Guerrilla group, but don’t worry, they’re not the scary kind. They are activists though, by planting trees and growing plants on patches of land which are either disused, or have been offered as a space where the group can help to spread their green fingers.
All of the edible plants are free for people to use, they are for the public, however, please just take what you need so that there is enough for everyone.