AIR 107.2 is Weymouth and Portland’s Community Radio Station, broadcasting 24/7 and run entirely by volunteers.
Times are tough for our industry. Revenue has reduced significantly with events cancelled and our business sponsors' businesses in lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. These are unprecedented times but together, we are stronger. Please show your support to AIR 107.2 and help us to get through this together.
Every summer the station hosts Weymouth’s Party in the Park a vibrant day showcasing local musicians, local craft stalls and local festival catering. This is a highlight of Weymouth’s social events and enjoyed by locals and visitors alike raising funds through donations to cover the running costs of the radio station. AIR also takes its Roadshow out to support other local events, festivals and fayres.
Sadly, this year due to the Coronavirus outbreak Party in the Park has had to be cancelled along with all the other summer events that the AIR 107.2 roadshow attends. However, we are very excited to announce that Party in the Park will be back next year on Sunday 1st August 2021. Everyone at AIR107.2 looks forward to welcoming back all our supporters, new and old in 2021.
At AIR 107.2 we are crowdfunding to support the running costs of the station so that we can continue keeping you up to date with community events, local and national news, showcasing local musicians and giving volunteering opportunities to the young people in our community.
“Thanks to AIR 107.2 for pulling a miracle out the bag again. Your whole team and setup is amazing, everyone needs a bit of Air in their lives..”
Weymouth Beach Rugby Festival
“I am sure we will be working together again in the future.”
Chickerell Steam and Vintage Show
"What AIR107.2 are doing for the community is really good, with local news and really up to date relevant entertainment as well. Its what the community needs."Frazer Mitchell Music
Supporting local musicians - Frazer Mitchell on AIR
Crowdfunder is making it 100% free for community and charity crowdfunding projects during the coronavirus crisis. The Covid-19 epidemic could affect millions of people in the next few weeks.