Updated Thursday 9th September 2004
Hertbeat Comes To Town
Local radio station Hertbeat FM will be presenting a week of programmes from the county town next week.
All summer long Hertbeat FM have been on the road with their Tour Of The
Towns, which started in May with a week in Ware and finishing next week in Hertford.
The station will be visiting local attractions and businesses, featuring plenty of guests and musicians from the town.
It all kicks off at 7.30am Where Jenna Robinson our roving reporter will be
greeting Hertford commuters at Hertford North train station, she will be
letting them all know about what Hertbeat FM have in store for Hertford and
will also be giving out some goodies to make their journey that little bit
Then from 9am Jenna will be off to Castle Hall for a live link back to the
Breakfast Show about the arts and entertainment in available in Hertford.
Plus Nicholas Moss joins our Mims from the Hertfordshire Probation board
during the soundtrack to your workday from 10am till 1pm.
At 7.30am Jenna will be at Hertford East train station greeting commuters.
Jenna is live at County Hall at 9am, finding out about the history of the
'The County's Corridors of power' and their Heritage Open Days.
Then from 10.30am, Mims chats to Hertford's MP Mark Prisk.
At 9am Jenna is bell ringing at All Saints Church with the Hertfordshire
Mims is joined by our Hertford based Hertbeat legal lady - solicitor, Jane
Dismore from Breeze and Wyles Solicitors from 10.30am.
Plus a very special live Battle of the Bands, is coming live from The
Marquee Club, Railway Street, Hertford with Russell Osborne, 7pm till 10pm;
he'll have with him 3 live local bands including The66Kicks and BlackCab.
From 6am till 10am, we are live in Hertford, for Steve Folland and Hertbeat
Breakfast. And the Mayor of Hertford Peter Ruffles joins Mims for a talk on the town at
Jenna is live at the Verger's house - now Beckwith's & Sons antiques shop
from 9am, talking to Gordon Gray, proprietor for the shop about the long
history of the building and about St Andrew Street on which it stands.
For coffee at 10:30am, Peter Brown for the St. Andrew Street Association