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Bristol’s Noods Radio launches membership scheme

You can become a Noods Luver from £3 per month

Bristol’s Noods Radio has launched a membership scheme.

The team behind Noods Radio, an independent station broadcasting from Bristol's Stokes Croft founded back in 2015, have launched a new membership scheme dubbed Noods Luvers to support the station and keep it on the airwaves.

Previously reliant on merch and crowdfunding, alongside events which have been halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, Noods are asking listeners to donate as little as £3 per month to the station to "cover our bills, create more creative opportunities and keep supporting artists."

Using the funds to employ two new team members, develop an app and website, facilitate workshops and improve the studio, Noods Luvers can make a one-off donation, or give cash to the station monthly. Donators will be updated via exlcusive newsletters, and will also receive a 20% discount off the Noods store, plus early access to tickets to any Noods events when permitted.

You can find out more about becoming a Noods Luver here.

(Photo credit: Matt Robson & LOUD Magazine)

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