HRH The Prince of Wales thanks hospital radio volunteers

HRH, the Princes of Wales

His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales has recorded a special programme to say thank you to volunteers of hospital, health and wellbeing radio stations for their work in keeping communities connected and patients entertained during the Coronavirus pandemic. ‘Music & Memories with HRH The Prince of Wales’ will be broadcast on Radio Horton alongside hospital radio stations across the…

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Voice Across Time receives The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Voice Across Time receives The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Voices Across Time, a theatre company based in Banbury, Oxfordshire, have been honoured with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK. The award is for Voices Across Time’s work creating intergenerational, participatory performances that celebrate shared culture. Voices Across Time (VaT) uniquely combine music and history in their original shows.…

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Hospice’s proposed partnership with NHS Trust is approved

Katharine House Hospice

A proposed partnership between Katharine House Hospice and Oxfordshire University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) has been formally approved. The partnership – plans for which were announced in November last year – will see the hospice’s clinical services transfer to be under the management of OUH with effect from Thursday 1 April. The boards of both organisations approved plans for…

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Volunteers celebrate long service from their doorsteps

Volunteers Jane Holland, Elizabeth MacLeod and Ray Kent celebrate long service from their doorsteps

Accolades have been awarded to volunteers of North Oxfordshire’s hospital, health and wellbeing radio service, Radio Horton in recognition of their contribution and commitment over several years.

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Cheers to Fifty-six years, Radio Horton celebrates 56!

New for 2020: Radio Horton's new magazine

The hospital, health and wellbeing broadcasting service for Banbury, Radio Horton is celebrating its fifty-sixth anniversary today (7th July 2020). The station launched in 1964 and was the brainchild of local journalists, the late Ted Hanson MBE and Graham Wilton with the first listeners being greeted by the immortal words “This is Radio Horton calling”. Recent circumstances have meant the…

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Rays of Sunshine – Radio Horton teams up with Voices Across Time

The Voices Across Time Team, Florence Taylor, Joseph Cummings and Hattie Wells

Local theatre production company, Voices Across Time has joined forces with Banbury’s hospital, health and wellbeing radio station, Radio Horton to bring a new programme to listeners in the community, including care home residents and patients at the Horton General Hospital. Based in Oxfordshire, Voices Across Time was formed in 2016 and consists of three core team members alongside a…

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Radio Horton makes donation to Oxford Hospitals Charity

In light of the recent COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the Trustees of Radio Horton agreed to make a generous donation of £150 to the Oxford Hospitals Charity, which is supporting staff at the Horton General Hospital who are working in areas directly impacted by the coronavirus. In a letter sent to the Oxford Hospitals Charity, on behalf of the Radio Horton…

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