ON-AIR PARTY PLANNED TO MARK TEN YEARS OF BROADCASTING
Fun-filled birthday celebrations will be broadcast live on Radio Winchcombe next week – when volunteers, supporters and advertisers join forces to celebrate the station’s tenth anniversary.
Station manager Nick Mundy and the station’s team of volunteer presenters and technicians, are staging a two-hour Outside Broadcast in Winchcombe town centre at 10 am on Wednesday 22nd April – marking ten years to the day since the station went live back in 2005.
Presenters past and present, advertisers, some of the station’s 65 volunteers and supporters will be joining the birthday party live on air to pass on their congratulations.
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