NOW that the 2006 Huntingdon Community Radio season of broadcasts has drawn to a close, we would like to thank all people and organisations who contributed to programmes, and all sponsors for their support. Without this we would not be able to bring this
NOW that the 2006 Huntingdon Community Radio season of broadcasts has drawn to a close, we would like to thank all people and organisations who contributed to programmes, and all sponsors for their support. Without this we would not be able to bring this truly local radio experience to the area.
Concerns about Hinchingbrooke Hospital were the dominant issue, followed by policing and community safety issues. On a positive note, community and arts activities are thriving, not only in the towns, but smaller villages, such as the Offords.
Our programmes were richer this year, aided by very talented sixth-form students from Ramsey Abbey College, Sawtry Community College and St Peter's School, while on-air great youth talent has been exposed, ranging from 9foldpunch, The Moonjets, Stageworks, Yaxley Youth Players and Ramsey Air Training Corps.
Interested volunteers for 2007 year, in the background or at the microphone, may contact me through our website, www.hcrfm.co.uk, where you can also be directed to Hinchingbrooke Hospital Radio.
You may also want to watch:
Executive producer, HCRFM on 87.7fm
- 1 Travellers move onto sports field forcing football to be cancelled
- 2 Man in his 80s dies in fatal Buckden Road crash at Brampton
- 3 Off-duty detective snares £200k drug dealer
- 4 Drug dealer who 'exploited vulnerable people' linked to 101 wraps of cocaine
- 5 Concerns over planned travel hub at railway station
- 6 Victim of ‘joke’ that backfired left paralysed
- 7 Computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair who had links to St Ives dies aged 81
- 8 Awards for firm celebrating 10th anniversary
- 9 Lack of public transport blamed for collapse of £10.5m training centre
- 10 Wanted woman accused of killing children in M1 crash could be in Huntingdon