Community radio station Highland FM 107.1 has received a much needed financial boost.
The volunteer based radio station was one of the 51 community groups who received $6000 of funding as part of council's 2020/21 Wingecarribee Community Assistance Scheme.
Highland FM 107.1 also received $12,000 from the Springett Family Foundation.
Radio personality Adam Stokeld said that money would go towards infrastructure, equipment and a new interactive website.
"This funding will provide Highland FM a way to continue with our work," he said.
"It is reassuring for us to have been acknowledged and supported by this level of confidence.
"The Station broadcast continuously throughout the COVID-19 isolation period which enabled us to maintain our connection with the community.
"We will strive to maintain a high level of engagement."
You can tune in to Highland FM on 107.1.
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