This podcast starts with conversations about the financial impact 'Creamfields' has on local businesses. Under a mid August blood red full moon, I talk to my local handyman mate Tom about the Daresbury dance festival whilst we sit outside Stockton Heath's Red Lion before moving inside to talk to Tony the landlord.
I talk to another Tom too. You will know him as the owner of Stockton Heath's upmarket restaurant and music venue 'Tom at 101'. We don't talk about the restaurant. Instead, we talk about another of Tom's passions - keeping bees and making honey.
I also talk to Ash - a really nice guy who has bought the franchise for 'So-Stockton Heath'. He explains the details about his new community based local website focussed on the Stockton Heath area. Have a look - www.so-stocktonheath.co.uk
Finally, you'll hear me make a fool of myself on WireFM's 'Tony Horne Radio Show'.
Once you've listened, why not call into Tom @ 101 and buy some of Tom's honey. You'll love it.