Thornbury FM, which recently extended its broadcast area to include Bradley Stoke, has changed its name to GlosS FM in order to better reflect its wider coverage area.
David Primrose of GlosS FM writes:
GlosS FM will be broadcasting from 19th April to 16th May , covering Bradley Stoke and neighbouring communities. With the studio facilities successfully used for Thornbury FM’s nine broadcasts, and with the aerial mast situated on higher ground, GlosS FM will be on air for four weeks twice each year, covering communities from Berkeley down to Bradley Stoke.
We need local representatives from every community, so if you can help as a link contact for your locality or be involved with advertising, promotion and publicity, management, finance, presenting or programme content we would be delighted to hear from you. For further details contact David Primrose, 01454 413209, or complete the Register of Interest form via the Get Involved tab on www.glossfm.org.
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