That’s Cambridge TV spoke with local historian Caro Wilson from the Mill Road History Society about the history of the Mill Road bridge and it’s importance to the local community.
Romsey Councillor Dave Baigent spoke to That’s Cambridge TV about Mill Road Summer. Don’t mind the roadworks noise in the background. The gas works have moved on now and Mill Road is a great place to be!
Rev. Gilson Gwendu is the minister at Mill Road Baptist Church. In the third of our Mill Road Stories Gilson discusses the work that his Church does to support people and make them feel welcome. Gilson also expresses his deep love for Mill Road and celebrates the diverse community who live and work here. He welcomes anyone and everyone to come down to his Church and the rest of Mill Road. According to him, Mill Road is the best part of Cambridge!
In our second episode of Mill Road Stories, Steve Turvill tells us all about Limoncello, his Italian deli on Mill Road, which he opened after finding it difficult to find any panettone in Cambridge. He chatted about his commitment to surprising each and every customer with his food and his fondness of the variety of people who visit Limoncello.
In the first of our regular Mill Road Moments with local radio station Cambridge 105 Radio, Dave Baigent, Roxanne De Beaux and Beth Barker from the Mill Road Summer team joined breakfast hosts Lucy Milazzo and Tim Willet with the latest Mill Road news.
You can catch up with Mill Road Moments now and keep an ear out for future instalments.
We’re delighted to introduce Dadhi Chudali, proprietor of the Romsey Town Post Office in our first episode of ‘Mill Road Stories’.
It will be business as usual at Romsey Town Post Office during the closure and Dadhi explains how the post office’s services will continue to support the community this summer.