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GTFM is the top radio listening choice of local residents by a considerable margin, according 
to independent audience research facilitated by the Welsh Government


A Santa called Howard - raising funds for Rhondda Breast Friends & GTFM through sponsorship
of the beard he's been cultivating since last Christmas, plus appearances as the man in red!   


The GTFM Roadshow @ The Big Switch On in Ponty on Saturday 15th November!

Once again our presenters compered Pontypridd Christmas Lights switch-on event .
Pictured above is the moment when the lights came on and the snow cannons went off!

And we did a similar thing in Tonypandy on Sat 22nd Nov. Merry Christmas!  

Meanwhile to see photos from recent Roadshows including the Mayor of Pontypridd's Family Fun Day, The Vintage Transport Day,
South Wales Police Family Fun Day and Big Cheese in Caerphilly  click GTFM's social media links below


The  Law on Organ Donation is changing in Wales on 1st December 2015

Find out more by following this link for information in English and Welsh

from the Welsh Government


GTFM is proud to be the official radio partner of Pontypridd RFC  


Listen to what Emma Rogers from Ponty RFC said on GTFM News: 


Latest Result: Sat 20th November: Pontypridd 27 - 10 Cross Keys  

in the Principality Premiership. Well done boys!  


Pontypridd’s Save The Muni Campaign  

Ragsy sings at the Open Day on 10th September 


Although Pontypridd's Muni Arts Centre closed on Saturday 4th October following a final production by Frank Vickery, it's now hoped a plan put before its owners RCT County Borough Council to re-open the building as a community owned facility will be appoved. 

It's the idea of the Muni Working Group, who want the chance to prove the Muni has a sustainable future. This group was started by Pontypridd's MP Owen Smith and consists of Pontypridd Town Council, Artis Community and Cylch Cymreig, with the backing of Pontypridd’s AM Mick Antoniw plus more than 4,000 other people and GTFM. For more information contact:


Wendy York 01443 490390 or email wendy@artiscommunity.org.uk.




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75 Hour 'Radiothon' a great success!

GTFM presenters Mark Andrews Geoff Davies and Gavin Powell succeeded in broadcasting LIVE, non-stop, for 75 hours from 7am Fri 30th May to 10am Monday 2nd June, accompanied by a host of other GTFM and community voices, including special guest appearances and live performances. Follow the links to see comprehensive reports on how the weekend unfolded on our Facebook and Twitter pages. With funds still coming in the final total is likely to be around £2,400, split 50/50 between GTFM and  Rhondda Breast  Friends.

If you took part in any way, very many thanks from everyone at both charities. Particular thanks to the many local businesses and organisations which sponsored individual hours of the broadcast and Tesco Upper Boat and Sainsbury's Pontypridd which allowed bucket collections to be carried out in their stores,  plus
Frankie & Benny's which provided refreshments and hosted a Rhondda Breast Friends Coffee Morning.  


GTFM operates on a not-for-profit basis and is also a registered charity (1111030).

We are licensed by Ofcom to provide an FM radio service specifically for Pontypridd 

and surrounding parts of Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough.

We broadcast 24 hours a day from studios in Rhydyfelin.  


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