Reverbathon raises £2,000

It’s been 11 years since Radio Reverb first went on air in Brighton as a full-time community radio station. An established part of the local landscape, with unique programmes that cover the LGBT community, health, mental health and business matters, as well as a plethora of specialist music shows, it’s become an integral voice for the local community.

As a non-profit making organisation, and with an ad-free policy, Radio Reverb depends on the goodwill of its supporters to keep on broadcasting. Every year they hold an all day Reverbathon and last Saturday is was broadcast live from 7am-7pm at their home in the Open Market, just off London Road, with over £2,000 raised.

However, it doesn’t stop there. You can donate anytime by visiting the Reverb website. Or just listen in. There is, as the cliche goes, something for everyone!