The Hebden Bridge area of West Yorkshire is to gain its own FM radio station for a few days next week.
Recycle Radio will be on-air from 29th September to 2nd October promising local news, interviews and music. It has been funded by grants and support from Hebden Royd Town Council, The Archway Project (Youth project in Halifax), plus lottery funding, so there won’t be any adverts on the station.
The broadcast will start at 7am on Thursday September 29th. The Mayor of Hebden Royd, Tony Hodgins will be officially opening the station live on air at 11am, along with Deputy Mayor Cllr Pat Fraser.
The team are hoping for the station to become a more permanent part of the area in the future.
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Source : radiotoday.co.uk