Monthly Update (June 2017)

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This has bee posted in Both The Heacham News Letter and The Hunstanton News Letter

From this month forward we will be giving you a monthly update from the station. This has been requested but a few people now. Radio Heacham has had a busy few months. We have been recording a new school time show that will be aired within the news few months as well as creating a new website. As a team you pride are selves in helping out the local community as much as we can and using your ideas for the station. For example we have Updated the website so it is more easy to get around and use. This was requested by a lot of people as are old website was are to find out where to listen as well as get to page to page. Since the new website has been up (Went online at start of February) the website has had over 12,895 visitors. Reaching the average of 100 to 200 people a day. The second thing we have been doing is posting local news and events. So if you have a event let us know at and we will get them put up for you. Another thing we now have on the radio is top of the hour news and weather. Giving you the most up to date news and weather that we have. These are a few things we have done.

Radio Heacham is run on Donations from the public. Everyone part of the team helps out in there spear time and get no pay for there time. Every donation we get does go straight though to the station to help up keep going. If you would Like to become part of the team just head over to are website at and click on the contact us tab at the top of the page.

There are many ways you can tune in. You can download the Radio Heacham App that is available from the google play and apple store Or Download the tune in app and search Radio Heacham. You can also tune in via are website at

Joseph Rumens
Radio Owner

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