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Fingers crossed! Really enjoyed listening on the rare occassions I get to put the radio on! Good luck with the fund raising!

Thanks for the kind comments Neil :thumbsup:

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Support for Synergy.

Take a look at Bedders Local News section.

Thanks so much!

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Have you got a twitter account? I have tweeted about your fundraising efforts and asked for re tweets. If there's anything I can help with let me know! :)

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Dear All

As ever you get the info first...

Funding News just in.

West Bedlington Town Council have just given us £1000 from the Community Chest Award Scheme. :thumbsup:

Many, many thanks to them for their continued generosity & support to our project.

We have contacted all of the Parish/Town Councils & County Councillors, in our broadcast footprint, for funding towards our next transmission. :dj:

Please feel free to lobby them for us. We would much appreciate that!

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Have you tried UK coal for funding? as they have got a £500,000 community fund as part potland burn opencast and have only given out £98,000 of it as of february 2012.

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Shouldn't be too long before we are back on the airwaves then?

Still a fair way to go Brettly. But we are getting there!

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Dear All

As always, whenever I get some news, you are the first to hear:

Thanks to a Co-operative Community Fund grant we are now £1000 closer to our next Bedlington fm broadcast.

How about that for a Co-op divi? :thumbsup:

Keep an eye out for a full story in the news section.

Many thanks for your continued support.

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Question:

Why are kind funding donations like buses? Cos you wait ages for one, then two turn up!

Many, many thanks to The Sir James Knott Trust for their wonderful £3000 cheque.

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Does this mean we will be hearing you on the airwaves soon?

Hopefully not too far away Canny Lass. :thumbsup:

We`ve got a bit more to raise for transmission kit hire etc. But I would expect sooner rather than later. :dj:

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Look what I found on Newbiggin high street today (Christmas Eve)

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A spot of last minute Christmas shopping Canny Lass?

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY

Good Health to you ALL.

We are forever grateful for your support.

Best Wishes from myself & everyone at Synergy.

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Dear All

You may well have seen this weeks News Post Leader which carries, on the front page. a lead story partially about Synergy.

The online version also allows comments & one has been placed.

Please see our collective response via Colin`s reply:

http://www.newspostl...tions-1-5268091

Hope your festive season went well.

Oh & by the way Merlin`s back! :thumbsup:

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Dear All.

Just to keep you up to speed:

  • After nearly five years of hard work The South Northumberland Radio Group CIC, under the station name Synergy, has officially applied to be considered for the Region 4 North East England Community Radio Licence.

  • Our application has been received & accepted by Ofcom.

  • If there is an eventual winner of the licence, they will have the right to broadcast for a period of at least five years.

  • An announcement should be made by the Autumn of this year.

  • Synergy is one of three applicants for the licence.

Good luck to all involved!

The SNRG Management Team.

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Excellent news John and I have my fingers crossed as I was hoping for a slot once everything was back up and running.

It sure deserves it for the hard work everyone has put in.

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Dear All.

Just to keep you up to speed:

  • After nearly five years of hard work The South Northumberland Radio Group CIC, under the station name Synergy, has officially applied to be considered for the Region 4 North East England Community Radio Licence.

  • Our application has been received & accepted by Ofcom.

  • If there is an eventual winner of the licence, they will have the right to broadcast for a period of at least five years.

  • An announcement should be made by the Autumn of this year.

  • Synergy is one of three applicants for the licence.

Good luck to all involved!

The SNRG Management Team.

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Good luck to all involved, shame you can't all get a licence.

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Got to be in with a good chance, judging by the quality of previous broadcasts.

Good luck

Thank you for the kind words. Much appreciated. :thumbsup:

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Dear All.

Fantastic news just in today:

The Big Lottery Fund has given us a grant of £6251 :thumbsup:

We applied for this money to finance another 28 day fm broadcast, similar to the one back in March last year.

So please watch this space for further details...

SYNERGY is about to return! :dj:

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Dear All.

Fantastic news just in today:

The Big Lottery Fund has given us a grant of £6251 :thumbsup:

We applied for this money to finance another 28 day fm broadcast, similar to the one back in March last year.

So please watch this space for further details...

SYNERGY is about to return! :dj:

Well done

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Dear All.

Fantastic news just in today:

The Big Lottery Fund has given us a grant of £6251 :thumbsup:

We applied for this money to finance another 28 day fm broadcast, similar to the one back in March last year.

So please watch this space for further details...

SYNERGY is about to return! :dj:

Congrats, very well done.

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