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Summerfest Radio is up and running for its third year in succession.

Listen now on 87.9FM. Or via the internet at: www.summerfestradio.co.uk

Great music, local news and entertainment for Haddenham, Thame, Princes Risborough and surrounding villages.

Listen to interviews with local people throughout the next two weeks, sharing news and updates on clubs, societies and events happening in the local area.

Plus a special slot called 'Class of the Day' at 8.15am and 4.15pm on weekdays, when words of wisdom will be offered by pupils of all three local schools: Haddenham St Mary's and the Community Infant and Junior Schools.

Send in your Father's Day messages and dedications by text on: 07599 789176

Or on Twitter: @summerfestradio

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