An insight into rural life.
Lori Tomms, Landlady of the Strawberry Special, describes their recent renovations, all geared to safeguarding customers and staff alike.
Everything is directed toward the doors re-opening as soon as the Government says GO!
Tiggi catches Chris Seager on the move for a catch up.
Seagers are facing the limitations of Brexit, a wet February, followed by arguably the hottest months of April and May on record.
To top everything, along came Covid-19 with the massive restrictions enforced by government. How are they coping right now?
After what was arguably the hottest May on record, Tiggi talks to local natural historian, Peter Bright. She learns about the impact of Covid-19 on flora and fauna, and the effect it has had on our wildlife.
Mary Woodhouse a Draycott resident for over 70 years, tells Tiggi how isolation really feels.
Tiggi talks to Elaine Reynolds, Trustee of the Cheddar Valley Foodbank about the increased need for donated food.
In these troubled times, the community are still amazingly generous.
Tiggi finds out how it all started and what it means to some people.
Tiggi talks to Dot Prince, a Draycott resident about her work in the NHS.
Dot explains that everyone at the Weston-Super-Mare hospital are working as a team to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. All combined with a large dose of compassion.