Harrogate Hospital Radio benefits from Queen’s Diamond Jubilee grants

Thanks to a grant of £9,000, Harrogate Hospital Radio – a charity which first took to the airwaves in 1977 – has been able to refurbish its off-air studio with a state-of-the art mixing desk and associated furniture.

Provincial Grand Master John Clayton ‘took to the air’ during a recent visit, the radio station being just one of the charities to benefit from the £223,500 Queen’s Diamond Jubilee grants.

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Posted in Charity News, Queen's Diamond Jubilee on March 11th, 2013 by David Clough

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