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RunnRadio is 1 Year Old!

RunnRadio celebrates it’s first birthday on 1st April 2022. And what a year it’s been! We continue to attract new listeners, have built a strong team of presenters and appeared ‘live’ at local events including Chertsey’s Black Cherry Fair, Chertsey Goose Fair and at Warners Hayling Island as part of their Soul & Motown weekend. And we have many more outside broadcasts planned this summer. We ran our very special […]

todayApril 1, 2022 98 4 6

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24 Hour Marathon Radio Show in Support Of The Stroke Association

Spencer is going to be on air for 24 hours all in support of the Stroke Association.  My father suffered 2 strokes that should have killed him but he luckily is still here albeit with severe sight loss and low mental capacity.  The Stroke Association are very close to my heart as they helped him through his rehabilitation and do so much for not only the person affected but also […]

todayNovember 1, 2021 96 4 3

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Runn Radio Launched Its Mental Health and Wellbeing Day 25th September

We dedicated an entire day of our schedule to raise awareness, help people understand, and help those in need who are suffering, or have been affected by mental health issues.  The schedule that we had on air is as below (except 5.30 pm was filled by John Holland).  Recordings of most of the shows will be available in the next few days. If you are suffering from mental health issues […]

todaySeptember 26, 2021 4162 6 5

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RunnRadio Launched on the 1st April 2021 – 4pm

RunnRadio the new local radio station for the Borough of Runnymede launched on the 1st April 2021 at 4pm.  The show started with the song by Captain Tom as a fitting tribute to the man and a reminder of what we have been through and hope for the future.  We had 3 great shows from Gary, Rob and Mou, Kins and Beaso!

todayApril 10, 2021 131 9 3


Runnymede named the third best place to live in England for access to public green space

Three lockdowns in less than 12 months has shifted how Britons value access to nature, a new study has shown as Runnymede is named the third best place to live in England. According to recently published research by Avant Homes, living next to large public green spaces increases property prices by up to 143%. The study shows Runnymede residents have well above two million square metres of space to enjoy, […]

todayFebruary 20, 2021 60 5