Happy 2018 from Dorking Talking!

We set off into the new year with a lighthearted look back over decades past. Then we’ll be looking ahead with NHS advice on keeping healthy this winter. There’s inspirational painting by visually impaired artists, a poem by an extraordinary blind youngster and we hear from a local Down’s Syndrome support charity. We go outdoors to rediscover Nonsuch Palace and, on a less happy note, hear from our rather dejected Rambling Reporter, who’s temporarily confined indoors. We look into the difficulties of getting a taxi if you have a guide dog and join Mark Davis in time for a cup of Tea at the Lavender Goose in Gomshall before giving you a goodbye hug.

  1. January 2018 Welcome
  2. Look back at decades past
  3. NHS: Stay well this winter
  4. Painting with sight loss
  5. VI Teenage poet – Charlie Beeston
  6. PSDS Local Downs Syndrome charity – Helen Shiers
  7. Nonsuch Palace Rediscovered
  8. Rambling reporter confined
  9. Guide dogs and taxis
  10. Time for Tea Lavender Goose, Gomshall
  11. Thought for the month: Hug
  12. Endpiece

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