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By Haddenham Webteam - 25th May 2015 6:30am
For the third year in succession, Summerfest Radio will be returning to herald the 2015 Summerfest Beer Festival here in Haddenham.
Those who tuned in to this local radio station last year will recall what a fantastic success it was — a true delight to hear great summer sounds and local news, hosted by a very professional team of presenters.
Your website editor was a big fan, as were thousands of other local residents in and around our part of the world!
The on-air dates this year will be from Sunday 21st June to Sunday 5th July.
Tune in on 87.9FM
Or you can listen to the online stream from anywhere on planet earth via the summerfest radio website — see here
As before Summerfest Radio will provide a comprehensive news service, weather and traffic reports and interviews with local people, as well as features on the Beer Festival and those who have been helped by its charitable donation. And the very best in music. The station will be broadcasting live again from the Haddenham Garden Centre, and its programmes will reach out to villages and towns across Bucks and parts of Oxfordshire
Opportunity for Local Businesses
If you would like to advertise on the station this year please email:
firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
This is also the address to write to if you represent a local group or organisation and would like to benefit from the publicity that Summerfest Radio can offer during its time on-air.
Please keep an eye on Haddenham.net for more details in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, to enjoy a quick reminder of the sounds of Summerfest Radio from its first year of broadcasting, click on the mp3 taster!
Or to see behind the scenes from 2013, watch the video
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