Tintagel Carnival Radio

by tintagelradio in Tintagel, England, United Kingdom

We did it
On 13th March 2017 we successfully raised £2,190 with 59 supporters in 42 days

To run an FM radio station in Tintagel, Cornwall, during carnival week which runs from the 29th July to the 6th August 2017.

by tintagelradio in Tintagel, England, United Kingdom

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Phil Aston 5th March 2017

I've been helping to organise the Tintagel Carnival for a number of years and can say the addition of Tintagel Radio last year opened a whole new dimension to Carnival week allowing us to additionally promote this fantastic community festival, not only to the residents of Tintagel but visitors and people all around this United Kingdom. I have donated to the Crowdfunding and will be helping to make both the Carnival and radio station a success again this year.

Konrad Kobic 4th March 2017

The great thing about this project is the community, everyone has a story to tell and what better way to tell it than on a radio station that broadcasts and entertains the people who are able to listen. It also lets people hear and experience the carnival week for those who are unable to attend. A worth while cause!

Peter Pawlowski 4th March 2017

Fantastic and worthwhile community cause. Tintagel Radio was a joy to behold encapsulating local community spirit and highlighting local talent. It was a joy to hear about local artisans with an eye opening insight into local life in Tintagel. Good luck and hope to hear you on our trip to Cornwall.

Andy Kuzich 21st February 2017

Raf. I just read about you suffering from man flu in PO. I have just donated 40 quid to the cause. Get well soon. Let me know if you are up for a cup of herbata.

lekilei 20th February 2017

So loved last years Carnival radio - especially Uncle Roly, that had to join the funding this year. Just wish there was some way to have you broadcast for longer than just carnival week. Hope you reach your goal so that we can tune in again from Spain this year.

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

5 of 19 claimed

£10 Reward

A cream tea (worth £11.00) at Charlies' restaurant and cafe in Tintagel. The best cream tea in Cornwall? No, the world!

£10 or more

1 of 100 claimed

£10 Reward

A shout out on Tintagel Carnival Radio for you, your family or anyone else who knows you!

£20 or more

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£20 Reward

If you are in a band, orchestra or theatrical group and have a CD of your own original work, we will play it on Tintagel Carnival Radio during carnival week. The only thing we ask is that the content does not include explicit lyrics, bad language or defamatory statements. You will need to post a copy of the CD to us. MP3 files don't broadcast very well.

£50 or more

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£50 Reward

Uncle Roland 'Roly' Rotherham, that world famous Tintagel Carnival Radio and BBC broadcaster, author, Ambassador to the Kingdom of Elfia and general all-round good egg, has offered to give four £50 donors a personal tour of King Arthur's Halls and a signed photograph to boot. Tours can be arranged for a convenient date and time by mutual consent with Uncle Roly. http://www.kingarthursgreathalls.co.uk/

£100 or more

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£100 Reward

Donate £100 and get a bottle of award winning clotted cream Wrecking Coast gin (distilled right here in Tintagel and retailing at £42.00 a bottle!) and a tour of the Wrecking Coast distillery! This award is only open to donors of 18 years and over. The tour and bottle collection can be arranged for any mutually convenient time between March 14th and 31st August 2017. http://thewreckingcoastdistillery.com/

£100 or more

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£100 Reward

An interview on Tintagel Carnival Radio about a subject of your choice (apart from advertising a business, politics or religion). You can promote a charity, artist, social club, sports team, event or even your dog. The interview can be live, if you plan on being in Tintagel during carnival week, or recorded, if you prefer. The only thing we ask is that you don't use bad language or speak in a defamatory way about anybody else.

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