5 May 2014 Come along and meet Hive at Bede’s World celebrating May Day

May Day – Come and Dance!

Get your dancing shoes on for Monday 5th May

Bede’s World

Grab a ribbon and take your place, they said, so we did. Then the music started and we started to dance, weaving in and out holding our ribbons. When we stopped (and stopped laughing) we had woven amazing patterns with our ribbons.

This is what staff & volunteer training looks like at Bede’s World. So come and dance at our May Day Celebration on Monday 5th – we know what we’re doing (now) and can say from personal experience – it’s great fun!

For those with two left feet there are plenty of other things to do, making hobby horses and garlands, live music, trails, not to mention the highlight of the day, the crowning of our May Queen.

Latest Radio Schedule

Saturday 3 May

8am – 10am    The Records Bureau with Graeme Fenwick
10am – 11am  Folk Show with Ben Hudson(repeat)
11am – noon   Sausages With Chris Trew

Sunday 4 May

10 am – noon         Keith’s Place
noon –  2pm           Les & Joe Jazz, Funk and Soul Show
2pm  –  4pm           The Records Bureau (repeat)
4pm  –  5pm           Sausages with Chris Trew (repeat)
5pm  –  6:30pm     Newcastle Roots Music Radio

Thursday  8 May

5pm -7pm     Les & Joe Jazz, Funk and Soul Show(repeat)
7pm – 9pm    Another Music in a Different Kitchen – with Trevor Johnson

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If you would like to listen to Hive Radio when we are not on air  you can listen to our Podcasts on Mixcloud

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