Radio crew to be heard even better

Lleft to right, Radio Northumberland station manager Stewart Allen, sports producer Stuart Dick and head of sport Jonny Hall with Northumbria Police Sergeant Michael Kelliher and Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) Beverley Sellars.
Lleft to right, Radio Northumberland station manager Stewart Allen, sports producer Stuart Dick and head of sport Jonny Hall with Northumbria Police Sergeant Michael Kelliher and Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) Beverley Sellars.
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A COMMUNITY radio station will be able to be heard even better thanks to a donation from a police fund.

Radio Northumberland, which broadcasts news and information across the county, has received a speaker system and headsets from the Northumbria Police Charities Fund.

Station manager Stewart Allen said: “We are very grateful to the Northumbria Police Charities Fund for what is the very first external funding we have had since we started in January 2012.

“Radio Northumberland will be using the equipment to produce even more quality programmes from our studios in West Sleekburn.”

Radio Northumberland can be found online at www.radionorthumberland.com and provides local news, information, and a wide range of locally produced programmes 24-hours a day.

Northumberland charities trustee Sarah Dodds said: “The Northumbria Police Charities Fund was happy to help out this online community radio station, which broadcasts regular news and information.”