Episode 28

Published on:

26th Sep 2020

The Radford Trust with Emma Campbell

Welcome to another episode of the Roseland Podcast 

I’m Chloe, your host.

In today’s episode:

  • We’re talking to Emma Campbell about the Radford Trust - both it’s history, and how it continues to help today’s musicians

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Interview time!


Find all the details for the Radford Trust here: 



Lindsay and I have decided to pause the podcast for a while. So this is probably the last episode for 2020. 

Thanks to all our guests as you have all been brilliant and quite literally we couldn’t have created the podcast without you.

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Enjoy the autumn!

Be kind and stay safe.

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About the Podcast

Roseland Podcast
Updates on services, art, culture, history, sport(!), to help us feel less isolated
An audio podcast to help the communities on the Roseland stay connected during these interesting times.

Hopefully including:
- updates on services (like takeaways and food deliveries) from local businesses
- chats with interesting local people about interesting things
- updates on what people are doing to help each other

I suspect it will evolve as the weeks roll by...

NOT a source of medical advice! or politics.

Aim is to help those living on the Roseland peninsula feel a little less isolated.
Roughly speaking that means St Mawes, St Just-in-Roseland, Gerrans & Portscatho, Philleigh & Treworthal, Ruan Lanihorne, Tregony, Veryan and Portloe and all the little villages and homes in-between.

Contact us via roselandpodcast@gmail.com

Be kind, stay safe.