The Alfred Daily- 15th July by This Is Alfred published on 2020-07-14T21:57:53Z What would you name the new roundabout on the A350 near the Redrow housing estate? #Shaftesbury Town Council sent their formal recommendations to Dorset Council last night. As you'll hear in our report, councillors shared some serious and ‘inappropriate’ suggestions. Listen at 1:15. Shaftesbury resident Kris ‘Cakey’ Martin has decided to change his life by losing weight and getting fit. Former military man Mike Shields has coached Kris during the lockdown. This Autumn, the men will walk the West Highland Way and climb Ben Nevis. They tell Alfred why they want to support military mental health charity, Combat Stress with their fundraising. Listen at 9:12. Mask wearing will be mandatory for shoppers from 24th July. Masks sales have been brisk since the government announcement. One Shaftesbury High Street shop sold its entire supply in one hour on Tuesday. Listen at 5:00. Jon Corry taught art in schools for decades. Now, the Shaftesbury-based artist wants to help you draw one of our town’s most stunning scenes- the view from Castle Hill. Jon is hosting a free outdoor lesson there on Thursday evening. Learn more from Rosie King’s interview with Jon at 19:41. Shaftesbury-based private chef Philippa Davis reviews more businesses offering local produce. She pops into Prime Cuts Butchers, The High Street Bakery and Café and The Ugly Duckling Café in Swan’s Yard. Listen at 29:23. Alfred visits Mary Myers’ Wardour smallholding. Today, she chats with Tony and Josephine about their bees and swarms. Listen at 23:21. Nick Crump records crows and an approaching train next to the railway in Semley. Listen at 39:18.