Date: 20 Nov 2006
PRESENTATION OF NEW CD PLAYERS
Radio Warneford invites you to join them on the morning of Tuesday 28 November for a presentation of four new CD players.
Two local charities and a local business have grouped together to provide funds to purchase four brand new, professional compact disc players for Radio Warneford's studios, replacing the domestic machines which were running out of steam. Radio Warneford is on-air every day, so the studio equipment gets a fair battering.
Warwick Lions, Kenilworth Rotary and National Grid have, between them, donated £2,250. Representatives from all three organisations have been invited to join Radio Warneford Chairman, Sara Lister, and Station Manager, Ley Bricknell, at the studios to see the new equipment. Ley said "Without the tremendous support that we get from organisations and the local community, we would not be able to afford to buy the professional equipment needed to keep Radio Warneford's studios in operation."
If you would like to attend the presentation, please contact Ley Bricknell for more information and directions to our studio complex.
NOTES FOR EDITORS
Rotary is the largest service organisation for business and professional people with over a million members operating in 166 countries world-wide. In Great Britain and Ireland there are over 59,000 Rotarians in 1,846 clubs helping those in need and working towards world understanding and peace. The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the Ideal of Service as a basis of worthy enterprise. http://www.kenilworthrotary.org.uk
The Warwick Lions are people who use their spare time to get involved with worthwhile activities - both fund raising and voluntary work. That is not all; Fun and Fellowship are also part of the Clubs activities. We aim to serve the Community and have fun doing it. Have you ever been to a Camel Racing Evening? 90% of all money raised is spent locally. http://www.warwicklions.free-online.co.uk
Issued by Andy Dowell, Communications Manager