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8 comments so far...

  • Latest: Broadcast « ELFM - ages ago 14th April 2011, 3:13pm

    [...] You can find out about last year’s programme in The Story So far [...]

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  • Sue Hendry - ages ago 3rd November 2010, 7:15pm

    I am so so sorry I missed your evening, what a ball you all had! So many talented people! I have worked with Adrian and his team before, but……you know what…… young or not so young, they weave their magic and always bring out the best in people. Congratulations everyone….I know there is more to come!


  • Yvonne - ages ago 3rd November 2010, 9:21am

    I was sorry to miss the event – but have listened to the recording ….and now I am REALLY sorry to have missed it.


  • Harvey Ascott - ages ago 1st November 2010, 1:09pm

    The event was great! One of the best I have been to in a long time. Really welcoming and great entertainment, all the young people and staff at Headstogether must be proud of what they have achieved! WELL DONE. Loved the Cup cakes!


  • Ruby Sinclair - ages ago 30th October 2010, 5:29pm

    Wahoo, love next gen it has been an amazing year. Hope it carries on :)


  • Fiona Robinson - ages ago 30th October 2010, 5:24pm

    Congrats on the event – time very well spent I thought – and what talented people. We thought the radio play linked with the music was a great idea. We are so impressed with it all.


  • Steve Ball (via email) - ages ago 30th October 2010, 5:19pm

    It was a great evening and we found it very interesting to hear the background to ELFM and how you have worked to get The Next Generation project off the ground and established.
    From a personal point of view I know that Alexander has made friends with a like-minded group of adults and teenagers but he has also relished the opportunities provided for him to become involved in a very practical way in what ELFM does well.
    The opportunity for young people to meet and become involved in a community enterprise is very important and allows them to put their own lives and ambitions into context and show them how they can help to develop projects and enterprises that can have a positive effect on other peoples’ lives.


  • Rebecca Kill via twitter - ages ago 30th October 2010, 5:14pm

    The @EastLeedsFM event was lovely. I feel completely devoid of cynicism & full of optimism about the arts, young people, the world. It won’t last…!


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