Cassandra Farren, has written a book called “I've Lost My Mum” which is her very personal story about her Mother’s dementia. Women Making Waves contributor Bobby Jones met Cassandra.
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Bobby Jones speaks to Cassandra Farren
Hilary Cox Condron is a Community artist and engagement worker sometime described as ‘community glue’. A vibrant force of nature, Hilary has been involved in lots of community projects She speaks to Linda Ness about her life.
Linda ness meets Hilary Cox Conron
Louse Rowland’s debut novel The Girl’s Book of Priesthood is an extremely thought provoking read. Although fictitious it is meticulously researched and threaded with humour. Louise also gives insight to her phenomenal career as keynote speech writer to thought leadership that continues around her novel writing. Suzie Thorpe talked to Louise
Suzie Thorpe talks to Louise Rowland
Polly Ingham-Watts is General Manager of Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire. Enthusiastic and totally engaged in her work, Polly talks to Jan Moore about managing the massive 3,000 acres Wimpole estate with its house, farm, gardens and visitor centre. Jan Moore talks to Polly Ingham Watts
Jan Moore talks to Polly Ingham-Watts
Author Hannah Ross has just published a book this year exploring the history of women, who broke with convention and cycled their way to freedom.
Hannah Ross’s book Revolutions is inspirational. A celebratory book that introduces us to the forgotten women who took a bike and literally cycled their way through convention and smashed through boundaries. Lots of these women were told, in no uncertain way, that they could not or should not cycle, but…. they did it anyway.
Suzie Thorpe and Linda Ness talk to Hannah Ross