Volunteers needed: Community Radio

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A prospective new internet community radio station for the Leven Valley has had funding approved for the studio equipment and is seeking someone to fulfil a contract to prepare the station so that it is ready to start broadcasting in the new year. The station will be based in the Chapel community Hub in Hutton Rudby

We have been engaging with schools clubs and societies around the circuit but really need some localised individuals to act as contacts and volunteers to help run the station. If you are interested, contact the Hub to find out more.

There is a open evening tonight on 21 September 7-9pm for anyone who would like to find out more.

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