With reluctance, we must stop sending out our programmes on memory sticks until restrictions are lifted. There has been a surge in the pandemic locally, many of our volunteers are in the high risk category, and we have a duty to protect them. We will continue to record the programmes from our homes as we have done throughout the pandemic.

Programmes can be listened to on our website ("Latest Edition" page), via the British Wireless for the Blind (BWBF) App on smartphones, and Alexa. We look forward to better days ahead when we can reinstate full service.

Norton Priory

Track number: 
5

We continue in the Manhood Peninsula with a piece about Selsey. Ruth Mariner is a local historian based in Selsey. She writes regularly about the people and places of the area in the local magazine, Selsey Life. We're grateful both to her, and to the magazine, for allowing us to include this item in our programme. Many of her pieces start by discovering an old photograph or postcard at an auction or on her travels. The following item is no exception and is read here by Tiffin Jones.