IMPORTANT NOTE

This website contains information specifically relating to the 2010-2016 HLF-funded CVLLP project.
It is likely that contact information and links may become out of date.
Please contact us if you require assistance.

Our partnership is continuing to develop and deliver projects
For general information please see the Churnet Valley website

For the latest news and events, please use the Churnet Valley Guide

Moorlands Radio

Moorlands radio is a local community radio station in Leek dedicated to the people of the Staffordshire Moorlands.  The aim is to highlight local issues and events as well as entertain.  Local people are encouraged to come to the studio to tell us about their interests and what is going on out in the community.

The Churnet Valley Living landscape Project is a fantastic opportunity for everyone in the Staffordshire moorlands and there are many ways that everyone can become part of it.  Because of  its importance to the Moorlands it was inevitable that Moorlands Radio become involved.  For example, we visit the many projects, record on site, speak to the volunteers and find out how they got involved and see the amazing results their contributions make.  The recordings are edited and played as part of a live broadcast with a team member of that particular project.

We are just a small part of this amazing scheme, but proud to think that because of our broadcasting, more people are aware of the important regeneration and conservation of the wildlife habitat and our industrial heritage.  More importantly that local people can play a part in this far reaching legacy for the Staffordshire moorland by becoming volunteers.

The Churnet Valley Living Landscape Partnership is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund to conserve and enhance this unique landscape and heritage for all to enjoy.
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