Monday, 5 October 2009

St Albans City Football Club and the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust

Hi Everyone,

On the show today we heard from Barry Hilliard - our football correspondent for St Albans City Football Club. St Albans City moved up to 15th in Blue Square South league on Saturday courtesy of a lively 3-2 victory over Weston-super-Mare at a windswept Woodspring Stadium. The windy weather made conditions difficult for both sides but the St Albans team played well and won! Barry will next be reporting on Monday 19th September regarding the match against Newport County on Saturday 17th September. For more information about the club, check out their website: www.sacfc.co.uk

Also on the show, we had an interview with Danielle Porteous from the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust. Danielle told us that from the 19th - 26th October, Will for Wildlife week will be taking place. This is a really important campaign to encourage people to make a will and consider leaving some money to a wildlife charity. These legacies are very important to the work of the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust who use the money in many ways including buying new land and to raise public awareness and education.

We were also informed that access to the 43 nature reserves that the Trust manages is free. You can support the Trust by becoming a member (giving monthly or annually) and will receive a magazine 3 times per year which will keep you updated on the work of the Trust. To become a member or for more information you can visit www.hertswildlifetrust.org.uk or call 01727 858901.

Have a great week.

Neil

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