DJs plan to launch a not-for-profit Kent Community Radio station
DISC jockeys are clubbing together to launch a radio station for east Kent.
Club Chemistry DJ Neal Williams wants to create a 24-hour not-for-profit station in Canterbury called Kent Community Radio.
He has joined forces with five other volunteers to put the station together. The broadcasters have worked with BRFM on Sheppey, Red Sands Radio in Whitstable and Radio Cabin in Herne Bay.
Neal, 45, of Pine Tree Avenue, Canterbury, believes the project could be riding the airwaves within 18 months.
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He said: "We have enough equipment to start but we are struggling to raise the £75,000 needed for everything else.
"The only thing stopping us is the money. We all have so much passion for the project and we all know what we are doing. We can't wait to get it up and running."
Neal wants to set up a satellite station in Canterbury to broadcast to east Kent.
He said: "We want to become part of the community and hold events to help Kent people."
The project is currently based in the garden shed of James Hannaford in Herne Bay, who would become the station's daytime presenter.
Kent Community Radio is hosting a stand-up comedy night called Laugh Out Loud to raise funds for the project at Club Chemistry, Canterbury on Sunday, June 10 at 8pm
For more information call Neal on 07943 012763 or e-mail email@example.com