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By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd June 2013 10:00am
Haddenham now has its own local radio station, running up to the Summerfest Beer Festival 2013.
Featuring local, national and international news, great music and lots of community talking points, the station is guaranteed to entertain and engage everyone in Haddenham and surrounding villages.
The hosts are all professional presenters, and are likely to be familiar voices to many local residents, since they've all worked for Mix96 or FoxFM in the past. All hosts are giving their time and professional skills for free, as part of the fundraising efforts of the Haddenham Beer Festival.
The radio station is based at Haddenham Garden Centre, and is broadcasting under an Ofcom licence from Sunday 23rd June until the day after the Summer Beer Festival, Sunday 7th July. The radio station launched at 10am this morning and will be live on each day from 6am-10pm.
So why not listen in?
Tune your radio to 87.9fm
(or listen online at
and join in the fun!
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