Events Tagged ‘Ridge Radio’

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The first Tandridge Volunteer Fair, which took place at The Arc in Weston Drive Caterham on 17th, and 18th March 2012 was hailed as a great success. The event organized jointly by Tandridge Voluntary Service Council and Mark Jones of Ridge Radio.

Twenty-three local voluntary groups from across the district including Ridge Radio, The Scouts, Surrey Police, SECAmb Community Responders, Surrey Association for Visual Impairment, Tandridge Lions Talking Newspaper, Whyteleafe Helping Hands took the opportunity to showcase their work within the community. Volunteers from the various organisations were on hand to explain what they do and how you as a volunteer could help!

Caterham & District Carnival Committee held their annual darts competition on Saturday 28th January at Caterham Ex Serviceman’s Club, in Townend, Caterham.

The first fundraising event of the year organised by John O’Neill, attracted 12 teams, with many families taking part.

Humphrey United triumphed over the Old Gits (last years winners) in the final of this knockout competition. Humphrey United’s team were Hedley Humphrey, Dave Humphrey, William Humphrey, Mick Holman, Lee Jones and Joe Shanahan.

The winner of the plate competition was Pugwash.

Trophies and plates were donated by local business JJ Browne & Son (Jewellers) Ltd and presented by Martin Vaux , Chairman of the Carnival Committee.

This years Beneficiaries from Caterham Carnival will be 12th Caterham Scouts, Caterham District Girl Guides, Ridge Radio and Caterham & Whyteleafe Tennis Club.

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As part of the Caterham Festival the second two day Music Festival – DeFest 2011 took place at De Stafford School in Burntwood Lane, Caterham on 18th and 19th June.

The playing fields of the school were taken over by two stages and many music lovers. Besides the music to enjoy, Ride the Hill were back with demonstrations on mountain boards. Mercerdes-Benz gave youngsters the chance to drive one of their cars and a Craft Fair was in the hall for the less adventurous.

John Paul Goddard was the compere for the two-day event, with local radio station Ridge Radio in attendance the whole weekend to keep music lovers entertained while the bands were changing over.