Kinvara Community Radio Kinvara Community Radio. Training course and Fund raising night. We are pleased to announce that Kinvara Community Radio together with Gort Education Centre, are offering a FREE Training Course in Radio Production. Applications have to be in by the 5th of October. Application forms are available from Kinvara Community Centre Office. For more information telephone 091-630624. Fund raising night – Friday 14 October-Pub Quiz at Tully’s. Starts at 8pm. 10 euros per person, inc. light refreshment. Four terrific prizes and raffle prizes. No need to book. We look forward to seeing you all.
Kinvara FM will have its next live broadcast on 20th-21st August 2016 during the weekend of Cruinniú na mBád Festival and will broadcast live from Johnson’s Hall. This will be an internet broadcast so a direct link will be set up from our website www.kinvarafm.com. Details will also be on our Facebook page – Kinvara Community Radio. Kinvara FM is open to all of the community so please let them know if you’d like to get involved by sending a message via the Facebook Page. For further information, contact Catherine Dunne on 086 815 7074 or by email at email@example.com.
Listen back to a fantastic line of programmes from our live broadcast of June 18th, at Kinvara Community Centre. A mixture of live interviews, chat and music presented by eight of our trainee Radio Presenters. Go on line to Kinvarafm.com. And click on the latest news to listen. KINVARA FM -The new Voice in Galway.
Web link address: http://www.kinvarafm.com/latest-news/
Kinvara Community Radio will hold a public meeting in the Community Centre in Kinvara on Monday 18th January next at 8pm. Those with an interest in community development, news, music or the technical side to broadcasting is invited to attend. The meeting will be addressed by Ms Mary Ruddy a founding member of Connemara Community Radio, one of Ireland’s longest running community radio stations. Mary will share her experiences of setting up and managing community radio in rural Ireland and the challenges and rewards that accompany such a venture.
Kinvara Community Council are fully supportive of the idea with its Chairperson John Mulleady saying, ‘We were very excited when Gerry Wallace proposed the setting up of a community radio station at a Council meeting late last year. From that meeting a small group of interested locals got together in an effort to make Kinvara Community Radio a reality. Kinvara is home to such a broad diversity of people from both artistic and professional backgrounds. Combine that with the amazing community spirit and the radio station is bound to be very successful. This is a great development for Kinvara and we are fortunate to have people living in the community willing to provide such a facility’ For further information contact: Sinéad Morgan 087 8132764