WORK has started on plans to give Huntingdonshire its very own full-time radio station dedicated to the districts' communities. Huntingdonshire Community Radio, which has been broadcasting to the area for a two-week stint every year for more than a decade, has ambitions to become a permanent fixture on our airwaves. A number of community radio licences will be up for grabs later this year and a new radio station for Huntingdonshire could be included in the mix. HCR already has an enthusiastic group of volunteers, but in order to turn from a part-time operation into a full-time, commercially successful business, additional help and financial support is needed. Bill Henlsey, station manager and the driving force behind the bid for a licence, told The Hunts Post HCR would provide radio for the community with the community helping to provide the content and programming.