Leigh Chambers speaks to Helen Crowther from Cambridge CAB who talks about how to avoid debt and loan sharks; Phil Rowe meets local Author Brenda Burling and hears about her new book; Mike Prior talks to occupational therapist Delia Naylor about improving physical and mental health; Phil Rowe chats with Janet Man and Chairman Peter Constable from Addenbrooke’s Kidney Patient Association; Leigh Chambers meets Naomi Davies who talks about her artwork and also about genealogy.
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