Cirencester’s own community radio station is on the move – but we’re not going far and we’re certainly not leaving town!
Corinium Radio is moving from its studio on the top floor of Bingham House to a brand new home on the ground floor of the town centre building.
And to make sure our new studio was ready to launch we had a helping hand from members of Cirencester Rotary Club.
When Corinium Radio asked for help to make sure the new studio was bright and clean it was overwhelmed when Rotary answered the call.
Some 11 willing volunteers spent three days painting and decorating for us.
Chair of Corinium Radio Carole Boydell said, “We are all so grateful to Cirencester Rotary Club for helping to make our new home look so inviting.
“They have done a tremendous job. We are really looking forward to welcoming all our guests to our new studio.”
Added Carole, “We also want to thank Cirencester’s Bingham Library Trust and the town council, who have been so helpful in facilitating our move. We can’t wait to open our doors during September.”
Being a community group ourselves, Corinium Radio is always grateful when people like Rotary volunteer to help us out.
By the way, after the great success of last year’s whiskey and chocolate tasting evening, Geoff Carr is planning another event to help with station funds.
This time it’s all about sherry!
You can join Corinium Radio on the evening of Friday 12th October for this fantastic chance to ‘taste the sun’ and support the ‘Best Community Radio Station’ in the Cotswolds.
If you want to get involved with the station just contact Carole Boydell on 07776 144033 for more details.
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