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Local World on ABBEY 104


Our Chairman, Terence Palfrey, Paul to his friends, appeared as a guest on Jenny Devitt's Local World on ABBEY 104, where he was interviewed by Mark Eames about the founding of the Geranium Trust and it's work. You can listen to this at anytime by clicking on the link below. You may need to copy and past it into your browser.


The Guys & Girls from Able2Achieve in Yeovil, Somerset, come several days each week to garden and do wildlife studies with the Geranium Trust at Court House Gardens & Wildlife Haven. Below you will find the YouTube Link to a little film that they made showing you the work that they do to make this place very special for wildlife and for humans!

Able2Achieve with Geranium Trust at Court House Gardens & Wildlife Haven

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Radio Interview

Our chairman, Terence Palfrey (Paul) and several of our regular tea party guests, were interviewed for the monthly radio show called Charity Corner. The show is  presented by Rachel Goodfellow on ABBEY 104


You can listen to the show by clicking onto the link below, or you can copy and paste it into your web browser. 

Here's the link to Paul, chatting recently with Terry Bennett, about the lockdown and how it is affecting the Geranium Trust.


Folk Tales on Abbey 104

          Presented By Terry Bennett

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Geranium Trust Chairman Terence Palfrey, a.k.a Paul Peters is, amongst many other things, a British local radio presenter.  During a career spanning almost 59 years, he has hosted programmes on a wide variety of stations across the United Kingdom and further afield.  With his late partner, Geoff Kemp, Paul created the formats for his well known regular programmes: The Fabulous Fifties Radio Show, The Pirate Years, The Swinging Sixties and Late Night in the Attic.


During the summer of 2017, Paul was approached by Terry Bennett, a fellow presenter on Sherborne's local radio station, Abbey 104.  He was invited to take part in 'Folk Tales', a local equivalent of the long-running BBC radio programme Desert Island Discs.  Paul readily agreed and the first programme was recorded during July of that year.  But one hour simply wasn't enough (!) So 3 subsequent programmes followed over the next few months, culminating in the final episode on Christmas Eve 2017.

Here are the recordings:

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Our Chairman, Terence Palfrey (Paul) Has again been talking on the radio about our work, this time with Rob Mott on the openening show of the new station for Dorchester KeeP 106 You can listen to this by clicking on the link below, by copying and pasting it into your browser.
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Paul presents 3 shows each week on

KeeP 106 Dorchester, in the U.K.

Fabulous 50s with Geoff Kemp

Tues 10 am

Pirate Years

Friday at 10 am

Late Night In The Attic

Saturday 10 pm until Midnight

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