Saturday 29th June 2019

Radio Local: St Helens by Hunt & Darton (LIVE SHOW)

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Hunt & Darton are back in town! They're bringing their live radio show, RADIO LOCAL, to St Helens, and you can be part of it!

When

Saturday 29th June 8:00 am  —  8:00 pm

Where

Church Square

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Price

Free

They’re back! Hunt & Darton, the decade-long Live Art collaboration between Jenny Hunt and Holly Darton, will be returning to Merseyside this Spring with their new project, Radio Local – a brand new hyper-local radio station, built with, by and for local people, telling your stories, sharing your news, playing your jingles and stay live for the duration of a day in its new home.

Be part of Radio Local in Church Square, St Helens on Saturday 29th June.

On Saturday 29th June, Hunt & Darton will be performing and broadcasting Radio Local live from Church Square in St Helens, providing 12 hours of art on the airwaves between 8am and 8pm! Expect features such as Making Words, Swapsies, Street Date, Soap Opera, Pick a Song and much much more!

Hunt & Darton will also be inviting guest artists and local legends to takeover for an hour and bring some of their own ideas to the mix. Discover the guest artists and local legends below.

Listen and take part in person in Church Square, St Helens between 8am and 8pm on Saturday 29th June, or via our local radio partner, WA12 Radio, powered by Newton Boys and Girls Club.

Supported by Arts Council England. Commissioned by Heart of Glass and presented in partnership with BuzzHub St Helens CDP , Newton Boys and Girls Club and WA12 Radio.

Image credit: Christa Holka

Introducing our Radio Local St Helens Local Legends 

Cllr Bisi Osundeko – St. Helens Councillor for Parr Ward

“I love the strong sense of community spirit that you will experience in St Helens. St. Helens has historically excelled in glassmaking and mining and this really makes our town’s history very inspiring. For someone who dislikes motorways, I find the roads in St Helens very motorist friendly. You’ll remember that St Helens has won an award for the most motorist friendly place to live in the UK. Parking fees are really affordable compared to any other part of the UK.

“When I go for a walk, I really can’t count how many elderly people stop me for a chat about how nice the weather is or a smile. People in St Helens love to compliment each other a lot. People really look out for each other. Look at Momos cafe and how people in St Helens came together to find their new shop. Our town is a very friendly town and I feel that our town has huge potentials. When you look at property prices, St Helens is one of the most affordable places to get on the property ladder. Lastly but certainly not the least, I love our parks and my children love going for walks in the duckeries in Parr, Taylor park and Vera page park. I’m really proud of our amazing St Helens town.”

 

 

 

 

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