Centreforce Radio supports the Harold Hill Festival

Centreforce Radio will support the very first Harold Hill Festival when it takes place on Saturday, 7th September to help raise awareness on anti-crime crime and raise funds for local youth services.

Centreforce Radio, London’s newest DAB+ station based in Waltham Abbey, will see a host of Centreforce DJs play house music and old skool classics at the special community event taking place from 10.30am to 7pm at Central Park in Harold Hill, Romford, Essex. DJs include Ritchie Eames, Carly Denham, Scott Rhyder, Silver and Milka, Bubbler, Joey G, Acid Brothers, Steve ESP, Tre and Wattsie.

The Harold Hill Festival is free for all the family and as well as Centreforce Radio entertaining the crowds, there will be bands, family activities, circus skills, Bollywood,  food stalls and much more.

Centreforce Radio has been live on DAB radio since 14 July 2018 and reaches over 200 countries globally and over 200,000 listeners online since it went live. The station has a strong social media following with over 60,000 followers. Centreforce Radio can be found at www.centreforceradio.com

Andy Swallow, Founder of Centreforce Radio, said: “Centreforce Radio is proud to support and sponsor the Harold Hill Festival which will raise awareness on knife crime.  I’m a parent and many of our listeners are parents and we all feel passionately about raising awareness and funds to highlight the importance of tackling knife crime. Last year there 43,500 knife related incidents with 132 resulting in fatalities including two local youngsters, Jordan Dougherty and Jodie Chesney which shocked the local community.

“Centreforce has a huge family and community feel, and we are proud to be part of the first Harold Hill Festival.”

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Andy Swallow and Danny Swallow and Centreforce DJs are available for interview – please contact Hazel at hazel@centreforceradio.com

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