BACK TO THE TOWN HALL 10:00AM
Judith is from a fourth generation farming family and there was no question that she and her sister and brother would carry on the tradition, Judith studied for an HND in agriculture at Harper Adams University. Her social life from 13 - 25 was centred around her local Young Farmers in Staffordshire, selected for the Finals of Miss Young Farmer 1988. So it was a natural progression with her husband Andrew to become tenant farmers of Moor Farm, Newborough in 1990 and to purchase the farm in 2002.
A relatively small farm of 650 acres in north east Cambridgeshire bordering the Deepings, the farm has a history dating back to Neolithic times.This is a mixed farm of both arable land and stock. Crops grown are; wheat, barley, oil seed rape, oats, sugar beet, peas, beans, grass and mustard for Colmans. Good animal husbandry is a particular passion of Judith’s,
TOWN HALL 10am
Sam gives an illustrated talk charting the fascinating rise of the superstar musician from the Gas Works streets at the back end of Stamford to world wide fame-and his connection with Peterborough Cathedral..An ordinary local boy..with an extraordinary talent..
TOWN HALL 10:00am
Born in Scotland, Alan went to school in St Andrews and Edinburgh. His interest in tennis was stimulated by watching a match at Dundee Ice Rink in 1956 He subsequently played at a mediocre level for the next 50 years.(his words!).Having watched Wimbledon for many years (including sleeping on the pavements so that he could get into the free standing room on Centre Court), he decided to take up Umpiring in the 1980's. Twenty five consecutive Wimbledon's followed during which he was a line judge on 6 finals and umpired 77 matches.In 2012,.He will cover topics such as "Grunting", "Hawk-Eye", "The Roof"', taking players to the Toilet, and the day the Queen came to Wimbledon.
THIS MONTH AT THE KEY THEATRE 10:00am
Pitfalls and Government changes regarding your money