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Advertise on Pontypridd's Favourite Station!

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

This means GTFM can offer effective radio advertising campaigns to local enterprises of all sizes! 

To find out more call 01443 406111, email: sales@gtfm.co.uk  
or click here for affordable advertising rates and audience research details

 

 

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Click to see GTFM's wide range of Specialist Programmes


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The GTFM Roadshow @ Caerphilly's 'Big Cheese' 

Many thanks if you visited the GTFM Roadshow outside the 

Visitor Centre on Saturday & Sunday


Here are some happy snaps  - See more on GTFM's Facebook (link below)


 GTFM's Mark and Gavin with Hannah from Sustrans on Sunday

  Howard - the Hippie - Griffiths on Saturday


Local singer, 16 year old Bryony Sier on Sunday

Joan Smart (second from left) meets listeners on Saturday




"Hello Hello Hello....what have we here? GTFM Radio presenters?
A likely story...!" -  Sunday


Gavin Powell with listeners Mark (in red) and Laura on Saturday

Nathan & Gavin get upstaged by a listener wearing a crown!  Sunday

Howard meets some of his Retro Show fans on Saturday 

Joan jives with Juke Box listeners on Saturday


GTFM Listeners meet Gavin Nathan and Mark on Sunday

And on Saturday Gavin met listeners Sam, Robert and Debbie

IT WAS A LOT OF FUN - THANKS FOR COMING!


                 

 



DONATIONS 

 

Click above to make a secure on-line donation with gift aid to GTFM

via Charity Checkout


GTFM Reg Charity Number: 1111030.

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WANTED:

Sales Executives (Commission only)

and Fund Raising Volunteers  

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75 Hour 'Radiothon' a great success!


GTFM presenters Mark Andrews Geoff Davies and Gavin Powell suceeded 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 voices including many of the ones listeners would normally expect to hear at the weekend. The broadcast also included special guest appearances and live performances. Follow the social media links at the foot of this page 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.  

 


 

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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.  

 


Click here to find out more about GTFM's mission and funding
 

Listen Live on your Computer Now!

Listen Live via TuneIn Radio


More on how to listen to GTFM - including smart device 'Apps' 

GTFM Advertiser & Partner Links:

  

Click for: www.stagecoachbus.com/southwales

 

Click for: Too Good To Waste

 

Click for: Combat Zone Live


CHANGE 4 LIFE link


 

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE PONTYPRIDD CLUSTER NEWS PAGE


INTRODUCING 'WILLOW' A DOG 

LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME


 


CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE




 

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GTFM Mugs, Tee Shirts, Key Rings & Pens


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EASY WAYS TO CONTACT US:

Studio Text Line: 07935 245325    

Twitter: gtfm1079
Facebook Group: 147467756976

      




 

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