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Drystone Radio is a not-for-profit community radio station providing media access to local news, issues and interests. Our mission statement is:
“To promote active community involvement in regeneration and social inclusion and to enhance diversity and quality within the Yorkshire Dales area through use of community radio as a tool for cohesion, expression and skills development.”
Community radio has a unique place in the UK, giving people within communities a voice whilst providing exciting and diverse radio. Community radio stations can broadcast both terrestrially (ie: AM/FM) and/or over the internet.
Drystone Radio is YOUR community radio station. It needs you, and volunteers like you. If you are interested in getting involved in whatever way, shape or form, get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org