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KL.FM Breakfast with Si is on-air weekdays from 6 till 9. Follow him "off-air" here on his blog.
27th March 2017
One of my fav things ever when the kids where younger was singing loud to the radio on the school run, I knew that hated it, but as I'm sure you'll agree their protests only made it worse. 9 out 10 people sing along to the radio in the car but only 8 out of 10 will admit to it, so if your one of the two that happy to sing at the top of your lungs and don't mind who knows it the Ssangyong Singalong is for you, and it could win you £250 along with a car for the weekend.
Listen tomorrow to find out how the Fleet family got on and register yourself here.
Posted by Simon Rowe at 9:28am
22nd March 2017
Last night Schools made music at the Alive Corn Exchange. Over 10 schools from the area all got together to perform for a packed theatre to perform "a concert of popular music".
I was host and promised the audience full of proud parents a chance to remember the evening as best as I could from back stage.
Make sure you share this page with the Grandparents! x
Well done to Runcton Holme & Wormegay Primary, St Martha's, Fakenham Academy, Eastgate Academy, Holly Meadows, Downham Prep, The Lavender Hill Mob, St Michael's Academy and Springwood High
Posted by Simon Rowe at 6:31am
21st March 2017
Schools Make Music is organised by the Trinity Rotary Club of King’s Lynn and is now in its 20th year and tonight students from across West Norfolk will perform once more at the Alive Corn Exchange.
I've hosted for the last three years and always look forward to this great night that so much work goes in to.
Tickets are only £5 and available on the door or via 01553 764864.
Good luck to...
Lavender Hill Mob
St Michaels Academy
St Marthas Catholic Primary
Donnham Preparatory School
Holly Meadows School
Runton Holme Primary
Posted by Simon Rowe at 9:36am
20th March 2017
On Saturday I took Bumble to the Aldiss of Fakenham to celebrate their 125th Birthday in style. Not only did they lay on fizz and cake there was also a health option thanks to Bumble spent most of the day on his smoothie bike which is exactly what it sounds like. He was cycling whilst generating the power needed to make some delicious drinks for shoppers in store.
See bumble on his bike fresh from his performance on ice at the Alive Corn exchange and take a tour of the store too.
Posted by Simon Rowe at 10:11am
17th March 2017
Felix is seven and attends Terrington St Clement Primary, he's an amazing lad with a heart of gold. Felix was responsible for placing one of the most moving tributes to Juggling Jim outside Boots and Wimpey. The memorial has since been vandalised and is now left in ruins, flowers ripped to bits, items stolen and the guitar broken in half. Unfortunately Felix has seen the act the some mindless idiots have done and as you'd imagine is very upset.
Felix joined me on the show today to ask the vandals a question.
Posted by Simon Rowe at 9:44am