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12 inspiring stories, 12 great people: Listen to the latest podcast episodes on The Suffolk Pod Show

And we're off! We've kicked off with some fantastic guests on The Suffolk Pod Show podcast this year....

These 12 inspiring people share their stories, challenges, thoughts and success with us! Listen to them now - or you can download their episodes for later.

Episode 20: Jason Singh - Tattersalls

Jason opens up the fascinating world of the racing industry and tells all sorts of interesting stories about Tattersalls - From Charles II keeping his horses at Tattersalls, right through to the importance of being the world's oldest race horse auctioneers. Jason also talks about some of the greatest Derby winners who have been through the ring at Tattersalls.

Click here to go directly to Jason's podcast episode.

Episode 21: Piers Day - NLP Therapist and Life Coach

Piers talks about how difficult it is for some of us to 'reconnect with normality' during the final phases of lockdown. He talks about the importance of balancing life back to where it was pre-pandemic and gives us advice on how to mentally tackle the next few months.

To listen to Piers' podcast episode click here.

Episode 22: Mike Warner - A Passion for Seafood

Mike grew up by the sea through the late 60s and 70s, and as he puts it, has salt water in his blood. He talks about life in Felixstowe Ferry, a fishing village just north of Felixstowe, as boy and present day. Mike is a fisherman, consultant, supplier, seafood chef and runs a blog ‘A Passion for Seafood’.

To listen to Mike's podcast episode click here.

Episode 23: Kelly Pepper - Ultra Trail Runner

Inspiration and motivation starts right here! Please note that you may want to pick up a pair trainers and run, after listening to this episode. Kelly talks to us about the amazing sport of Ultra Trail Running - running races across trails and tracks of 30 miles upwards - and in some cases up to 100 miles!

To listen to Kelly's episode click here.

Episode 24: Dax Callner - Muscian,singer, lead vocalist and guitar of Superjelly

You’ll love this podcast episode if you like rock and electronica, and also going to see bands play live. Dax talks about growing up with his show biz parents in the States, and being involved with some of the greatest bands of the 80's and 90's including; The Cult, Cranberries, Guns and Roses, Aerosmith, Twisted Sister, Whitesnake, Led Zeppliin and many more. Dax also tells us about his chance meeting with Meg Ryan on a flight!

To listen to Dax's episode please click here.

Episode 25: Nick Wakley - Former Welsh Rugby International and now Head Coach at the Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club

Rugby fans and experts worldwide – this podcast episode is for you! We talk to Nick Wakley – Former Welsh International and currently Head Coach at the Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club. Nick talks about his life and career and gives a very lively account of playing with (and against) some of the best rugby players in the world including Jason Robinson and Seven's legends Serevi, Rockacoko, Eric Rush and Karl Tenana.

To listen to Nick's episode click here

Episode 26: Six inspiring stories from six great guests talking about life, change and recent business success! A multi-guest episode!

Georgina Little - Suffolk Brand Photographer

Georgina talks about her lifelong love for photography and how, whilst living in Kenya, she began to take it more seriously. When the pandemic hit in March 2020, Georgina took a long hard look at what she did, and quite literally ‘pivoted’ her business to working with like-minded creatives and small businesses producing high-end imagery for their brands. Now as ‘Suffolk Brand Photographer’ Georgina is loving her work and has developed an incredibly unique and sought-after service. Georgina talks about her work in depth and unveils some of the secrets to her success.

To listen to the full episode please click here.

Ann-marie Doggett - Miami Fox Apparel

Ann-marie just loves the 80s! She talks to us about her passion for 80’s music and Florida and how she has merged these two loves into her new business – Miami Fox Apparel. Before the pandemic Ann-marie ran her own Marketing, Events and PR company in Lowestoft – she talks about her fabulously unique parties and bespoke events – none of which she can do at the moment. Quick thinking and some thorough research, along with her husband, they developed a fabulous logo and very exciting fashion brand Miami Fox Apparel. This brand is fresh and exciting and has spread its success both locally and internationally.

To listen to the full episode please click here.

Kate Byrne - Asgard Fitness, Newmarket

Kate, along with her fiancée Dan Jones and friend Paul Turner noticed a gap in the market in Newmarket for an independent gym – they wanted a gym that cared about its members personally and created a mini-community of members and staff. ‘Asgardians’ (members and staff) are involved with some of the decision-making at Asgard, including thoughts on new equipment and other facilities which gives the club a great sense of unity and belonging.

To listen to this episode please click here.

Sasha Peggs - Langham Clinic

Sasha had dreamt of being a beauty therapist she was just 12 years old – and she tells the brilliant story of her determination to get into the College of Fashion – she got in! Eventually! Sasha opened Langham Clinic in 2016 and is proud to have a carbon charter accreditation – a fully eco business.

To listen to this episode please click here.

Janene Hawkins Bush - Heavenly Hair, Sir Barber and Quay Street Collective

Janene has been in the hairdressing business for 30 years, is part of the Fellowship of British Hairdressers and part of the 2019 Project X team. Janene saw a massive opportunity to bring a London-class salon to the Suffolk coast area and now runs three salons: Heavenly Hair in Saxmundham. Sir Barbers in Aldeburgh and Quay Street Collective in Woodbridge.

To listen to this episode please click here.

Hannah Powell - Perrywood Sudbury and Perrywood Tiptree Garden Centres

Perrywood garden centre has been a family business for 70 years and Hannah grew up living and breathing the outdoor life. Her passion and interests have always been in the garden and following a degree in Horticulture and 10 years in London as a PR and Marketing professional, she returned to the fold to help run the family business. Hannah tells us why Perrywood is a unique garden centre with professional horticulturists on hand to help you with any gardening advice

To listen to this episode please click here.

Thank you to all our guests for taking part!

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