Peterborough FM is a not for profit community radio station for the Greater Peterborough area.
Peterborough FM, the Peterborough Community Radio Project, has at its heart the creation of social benefits, by giving everyone the chance to get their voices heard.
The station has been running since 2007, and is made possible thanks to the Big Lottery Fund Reaching Communities Programme and the BBC Children In Need Appeal.
The charity PACO is behind the project, and so far more than 800 volunteers have been involved.
Although Peterborough FM do not currently hold a full time Community Radio Licence, the station is broadcast on 87.7 FM for a periods of 28 days, with a Restricted Service Licensing (RSL), every summer.
A regular permanent service can be found online at www.peterborough.fm
Everything that you hear on Peterborough FM is covered by PRS and PPL licensing.
We also strictly adhere to Ofcom's various codes of conduct and practice.
The Peterborough Community Radio Project, known as Peterborough FM, has training and volunteering opportunities for all age ranges, such as; presenting radio broadcasts, pre-recording shows, conducting interviews, contributing to or attending radio skills workshops.
The aim is to give everybody the chance to get their voice heard!
Who to contact
Where to go
- Unit F,
27 Norfolk Street
- PE1 2NP