Recently, we welcomed former Witney celebrity poet Pam Ayres back to the town to share her recollections of the start of her journey to fame as part of the new year magazine edition which focused on new starts. The magazine was distributed to all registered listeners in February, and anyone can listen to it here on the website.

Pam Ayres with WTN secretary Peter Bee and chairman Peter Brading.
Pam Ayres with WTN secretary Peter Bee and chairman Peter Brading.

Mrs Ayres provided an interview for the magazine about how she started out on her broadcasting career while living and working in Witney, reflections on appearing on Just A Minute with Nicholas Parsons and also read several poems as part for both the magazine and to feature in other weekly editions.

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On Tuesday, 20th September 2016, the committee held a coffee morning at our Chairman's house to say goodbye to Jane Holmes. Jane has been a volunteer for WTN for over 30 years, and has been involved in every aspect of our activities, including Chair, reading and editing. She was also Editor-in-Chief of our magazines for some years, and was responsible for producing many superb editions. ...continue reading "Long standing volunteer leaves"

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From time to time we arrange social events to allow our volunteers and listeners to meet each other. In July 2013 we were honoured to play host to Lord Hurd of Westwell (former government Minister and Witney MP) as our guest speaker who fitted us in around a busy schedule of the launch of his latest book on Disraeli which he signed for many people at the event. ...continue reading "Garden Party July 2013"

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