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Leslie Johnson Afternoon delight Tuesady 6th August

Another chance to hear Lesley Johnson on Tuesday 6th August talking to John Smeeton Lesley has a BA Hons in Criminology and started with Haringey Local Authority as their Drugs Adviser. Then worked with schools and the police for 10 years. Having moved to Enfield, the role evolved into “ Vulnerable Young person’s Adviser” working with Schools, Police, and partner agencies such as Drug Treatment services, Social Services, parents and directly with young between ages of 11- 18. Lesley retired last year after a total of 25 years in the “business”. We will talk about Legal and Illegal Drugs, The impact on individuals,The impact on Families, and Society. The role of Schools and Education, and the role of Parents and of course legalisation. DON’T MISS IT !!!!!!!! 1pm to 3pm

Guide Dogs on Afternoon Delight Tuesday April 2nd

Fiona Cruickshank comes into Afternoon Delight joining John Smeeton this Tuesday 2nd April to talk about the wonderful work they do Guide Dogs exists to provide life-changing services to the 360,000 people who are registered blind or partially sighted, and the two million people in the UK living with sight loss. We provide a range of services with and beyond the dog to help thousands of people with different needs lead confident, independent and fulfilling lives. They are currently responsible for around 8,000 dogs.

Race for Life Tough 10

Dearblha Corcain is joining John Smeeton on Tuesday 9th October  during the first hour of his afternoon delight 1pm to talk about  Tough10 coming up in October in Epping Forest. It’s a bit of a different event in that both men and women can take part. It’s mainly off road trail kind of run and as the name suggests, it’s a little tough! The event is on 21st October

Hampstead Race for Life 7th July 2018

Dearblha Cormacain is coming in to John Smeeton between 1pm and 3pm today 26th June to talk about the Hampstead Heath Race for Life which is taking place at 11:00 on Saturday 7th July in the beautiful Hampstead Heath. The route is a single lap around the scenic Hampstead Heath, it takes place mainly on pathways however there is a small section running through the wooded area. Though there are a few hills on the course, this 5k is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of women uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. THIS IS BEATING CANCER.

Jonathan Mullen Royal Free Charity

Jonathan talks to John during Afternoon Delight this coming Tuesday 17th April between 1 & 3 pm Royal Free Radio Jonathan joined the charity in October 2017. He will ell us about community fundraising events, coordinating with fundraisers, and supporters. Jonathan brings to The Royal Free Charity lots of experience as a lead fundraiser in both emerging and established charities in the UK and Ireland, where he developed fundraising strategies, and ran campaigns to engage individuals and communities.