Dynamic Duo Marketeers Nik Ellis & Justine McLaughlin to Partner with Radio Wirral Legends to bring a recharged station to Wirral’s airwaves.

Radio Wirral was created to serve the residents & expats of Wirral wanting to soak up the life, community & culture the exudes from the peninsula.

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Radio Wirral was created to serve the residents & expats of Wirral wanting to soak up the life, community & culture the exudes from the peninsula.

This month we are delighted to announce that Radio Wirral has launched on DAB radio, following a ground-up rebuild of the station, recharged & reinvigorated with a fresh team.  The very best of the original crew, Ian Kenyon, Peter Silcock & Tom Hunter have been joined by digital marketing duo Nik Ellis & Justine McLaughlin to create a diverse & vibrant team.

This collaboration combines a wealth of broadcasting experience, knowledge & passion with digital & marketing wizardry to unleash a modern, dynamic station on the Wirral.   With a complete rebrand, restructure & goals, the team can now offer unique marketing opportunities to Wirral businesses, support at Wirral events, whilst playing an amazing array of music 24/7.

Chairman Peter said “We’re proud to call the Wirral our home, so we’re excited to now provide a positive local broadcast to the residents & businesses across the peninsular.”

Nik added “We’re thrilled to be involved in this evolution of the station.  It’s great to offer a useful, fun & friendly service to listeners across the Wirral & beyond.”

Radio Wirral can be found online, smart speakers, the Radio Wirral app and now on DAB radio so make sure you tune in & get involved with the peninsular’s very own radio station.

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