Tune in to Toodyay's new radio heartbeat - 105.3FM

TUNE IN to 105.3FM where Toodyay radio 2J 2AIR – the ‘heartbeat of the community’ – is now on air with all your favourite music, with more to come. 
The new not-for-profit local community radio station is now test broadcasting 24/7 via a radio mast at Pecan Hill with reception extending across Toodyay to Bejoording, parts of Morangup and halfway to Northam.
Live presentations – including a twice-weekly gardening and environment program – will follow an official launch from 9am on Saturday November 18 at the Toodyay Junction community facility on Railway Road, near  the town’s recycling depot.
For more information, visit Radio 2J 2AIR on Facebook or call 0406 918 952.

Paula Greenway, Vice-Chairperson

TOODYAY’S new community radio station is now broadcasting from its new studio at the Toodyay Junction on Railway Road Toodyay. 
2J 2AIR Heart Beat of Our Community will be broadcasting on 105.3FM 24 hours a day, seven days a week with music and information we know you will like.
A range of locally and nationally produced programs will be presented.
Topics will include – but not be limited to – the environment, book reviews, gardening, sport and will include Community Diary, a community announcement segment to promote and raise awareness of issues that affect our community.
Listeners will enjoy a variety of music from our vast catalogue of known and unknown tracks; from country to dance, hip hop to classical, jazz to alternative, rock to folk, blues and much more.
Community radio is an excellent way to bring your business or club to the attention or our audience and we welcome, and need, your participation.
You can even sponsor your own radio show with announcer acknowledgements at a time you request.
The committee of 2J 2AIR wishes to acknowledge and thank our sponsors: Shire of Toodyay; Lotterywest; Shane Love; Len Anderson and Toodyay Op Shop. 
The process to set up 2J 2AIR 105.3FM has been long, challenging and sometimes arduous but we made it, and we would like to thank all those who have participated along the way.
It’s now up to the community to keep us on air.
Please join us for the official launch at the studio on Saturday November 18 from 9am.
Visit our Facebook page for details or phone the studio on 0406 918 952.
We are a not-for-profit organisation and the committee is: chairman, Alan Axon; vice-chairperson, Paula Greenway; secretary, Bethan Lloyd; treasurer, Mark Greenway; technical adviser; Len Anderson and, committee members, Gale Anderson and Bonnie Axon.
Contact any of the 2J 2AIR committee or email 2j2air@gmail.com.
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