Chorley Hospital Radio was established in 1968 and broadcasts to Chorley & South Ribble District General Hospital, 24 hours a day.
Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.
The objects of Chorley Hospital Radio are:
the relief of sickness, poor health and old age amongst people living in Chorley and its surrounding areas by providing a local broadcasting service for hospitals, residential homes and similar institutions, and for patients receiving community care; and
the advancement of health and prevention or relief of sickness for the public benefit through the promotion of the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle, and the importance of maintaining good personal mental and physical health by (mainly, but not exclusively) the means of broadcasting health education messages to people living in Chorley and its surrounding areas.