Reach: Bringing Music To Life

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Reach is a community radio project for Chelmsford, Essex where anyone can get involved, learn new skills and put them to the test during live local broadcasts.

Established in August 2005, Reach has already had 1 very successful broadcast across Chelmsford that kicked off on 8th July 2006 lasting 28 days. Don't worry though it's not all over, there is more where that came from!

You can get in touch right now to register your interest in joining Reach; we will provide training in our purpose built studio and go live across Chelmsford again where you can show off your new skills with presenting, newsreading and more. (No tea boys needed!) Get in touch, say "Hi" and tell us a bit about yourself and we will be in touch.

Reach is a not-for-profit voluntary organisation so every penny goes toward vital resources and licences. Read the About Us page for more detail about who we are, what we do and most importantly how you can do it too! There is now a full photo gallery of the broadcast with four albums Click here to browse.

Reach is currently seeking funding for it's next broadcast. If you have any ideas or think you may be able to help with funding, please don't hesitate to contact us. Hope to be on your airwaves soon!
The image above picks at random from the photo gallery.

THE LATEST REACH NEWS - Updated 30/01/2007
Check back here for the very latest news on Reach, upcoming training and events.

  • A new photo gallery is now available and online for all to see! It can be found here (30/01/2007)
  • Aaron & Dan have been having a meeting 'up north' and have got some great ideas that will be coming to the web very soon!! (30/01/2007)
  • We have updated the About Us page to include an overview of Summer 2006 including small photo album. If you were involved with the broadcast and have something to share, please let us know and we can add it to the page. (15/10/2006)
  • A huge thank you from everyone involved in the first broadcast for all your support on both sides of the microphone.
  • Every presenter and newsreader was committed and we had a super Summer. But also thanks to the listeners for your support and all your kind messages - that is exactly what we need as a community station, to keep us going for next time.