Corinium Radio Celebrates

Abbot and Canon by Carole Boydell

It’s been a great month for Corinium Radio!

As much as we all love making our regular shows, it’s a real delight to be back on the road with our pop-up studio, meeting lots of new people and helping more residents feel part of our wonderful community in the Cotswolds.

We were really excited to attend the Blessing of the Statues in Cirencester in early September when the Bishop of Gloucester came to bless our new statues in the Parish Church and the wonderful carved figures of the Canon and the Abbott in Abbey Grounds. Many of you will have seen our LIVE-stream of the event, arranged by our volunteer Kate, helping those who couldn’t make the ceremony, feel part of the celebrations.

Soon after, Tom opened up his pop-up studio at the Jazz Cave concert recording live jazz at the Kings Head. These concerts are featured each month on Corinium Radio so if you want to hear something a little bit different – just select the Listen Again button on our website.

And finally, Corinium Radio has been nominated to receive the national 2021 DL100 Award for ‘encouraging digital skills and giving individuals the opportunity to develop and learn’. It’s a tremendous honour and “thank you” to all our volunteers for their amazing effort during the lockdown. The national award is given by Digital Leaders, an organisation that brings together senior leaders who are promoting digital transformation across their sector, using technology to promote economic growth, social well-being and narrow social gaps across the UK.

For more details, call 07776 144033 or email caroleboydell@coriniumradio.co.uk

And, don’t forget, listen to our fantastic shows and – if you miss any – you can listen again by clicking LISTEN AGAIN on www.coriniumradio.com

Corinium Radio is an award winning volunteer-led online community radio station, broadcasting from the heart of Cirencester.

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