Asian Radio station chooses to support national charity NSPCC as part of its 28 year anniversary in broadcasting
A leading Asian radio station in Yorkshire is celebrating 28 years of broadcasting with a special Winter Asian Ball.
Sunrise Radio Yorkshire’s twenty-eighth anniversary Winter Ball, will be hosted at the newly opened Regency Hall in Bradford and will include a delicious three course meal, a disco and star performances from the Supreme Dream Djs, Trishool Bollywood Dancers, Sher Yar Khan, Kadam Verma and the one and only Shin from the legendary band DCS. Along with amazing acts the socially responsible radio station have also chosen to support leading children’s charity NSPCC at the glamorous bash.
Sunrise Radio Yorkshire, which is owned by Bradford City Radio Ltd, was formally launched on 9 December 1989 and broadcasts mainly to the South Asian community from it’s Bradford headquarters. The award winning radio station has also started broadcasting on DAB in Glasgow and Manchester and was one of the first radio stations to partner up with an international broadcaster in Pakistan.
Elaine Kaye, Community Fundraising Manager for the NSPCC said: “I would like to thank Sunrise Radio for choosing the NSPCC as their charity for this wonderful event.”
“As well as being an exciting and glamorous event, the funds raised will play a vital role in making sure we’re able to reach even more vulnerable children when they need us the most – whether it’s through Childline, our Helpline, in schools or one of our therapeutic service centres.”
There will be a raffle on the night with some great prizes including a meal for two at Jinnah Restaurant and a party makeup session with Sultan Bridal.
Raj Parmar, Director of Marketing & Events at Sunrise Radio (Yorkshire) said “It is so wonderful to reach our twenty-eighth birthday and our heartfelt thanks go out to staff past and present, our advertisers and of course the listeners who make it all possible.”
“We wanted to celebrate this year with a special Winter Asian Ball to really underline how far the station has come. I am so pleased we will be able to not only enjoy the festivities but also raise vital funds for the NSPCC.”
Tickets are £25.00 for the black tie/traditional dress dinner dance and can be purchased from Sunrise Radio, Regency Hall or online via Eventbrite. For further information call 0800 678 5418
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