Fave Places

  • My Fave Places: Sarah Lowther

    Just before Christmas, I was invited to be a guest on the weekly ‘Sarah on Sunday’ show on Radio Dacorum – a local online station that promotes all things Herts-based (hoorah!) but has listeners as far afield as Japan and the United States. I had an absolute blast as I got to pick the music and talk about myself (me, me, me!) for a whole hour – listen here if you missed it! – and thoroughly enjoyed meeting the lovely and multi-talented host, Sarah Lowther….

  • My Fave Places: Charlie Hussey

    Charlie Hussey has spent most of his adult life in Berkhamsted, doing the all-too-familiar commute into London every day. Lucky for local music lovers, his mid-life… er… hiatus (don’t call it a crisis… it wasn’t a crisis) turned into BerkoFest – a music festival that brings some big names, and some smaller ones to the town….

  • My Fave Places: Kay Burley

    I recently met Kay Burley when she was compèring a charity lunch for the Pink Ribbon Foundation – a charity supporting research to combat breast cancer – at Champneys Tring. As a news reporter and presenter, Kay has travelled all over the world, and I was curious to hear which places she remembered and loved from all those she’s visited. I don’t know how she managed to narrow it down, but she’s chosen a handful of places that she loves and that are important to her – particularly when she’s trying to relax and get away from it all….

  • My Fave Places: Cath Cole

    Hitchin’s Cath Cole has been volunteering since 2008 at the Rhythms of the World festival, when she’s not busy with her day job as a freelance fundraising consultant. And today, she’s sharing her favourite places — in Herts and beyond — with us here at Muddy Herts…

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