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Summerfest Radio, Haddenham's own local radio station, begins broadcasting for the third year in succession, celebrating the Summerfest Beer Festival (which takes place on Saturday 4th July).

The usual team of professional presenters, together with guests and local celebs, will be keeping us entertained for two weeks, offering their glorious blend of popular music interlaced with local news, weather, road reports and all the village gossip!

So don't forget to tune in: 87.9FM from 9.00am on Sunday morning, 21st June.

For more information, visit the Summerfest Radio website.

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