Beth’s dementia campaign and therapy through horses
Phil talks to Beth from Bicester who made a film about her Dad’s dementia, why a Chipping Norton charity needs 20 acres, and Barley Hill Primary School in Thame sing for us.
Phil Gayle and friends bring you Oxfordshire's brightest breakfast show. Phil talks to Beth from Bicester who made a film about her Dad’s dementia which is being shown at the G8 summit in London today, why Chipping Norton charity ‘Hopethruhorses’ needs your help in finding 20 acres of land to continue their work assisting people through mindfulness and alternative thought counselling, and our Countdown to Christmas continues with Barley Hill Primary School in Thame.
- Wed 11 Dec 2013 06:00