Windmill Radio shows solidarity with the people of Paris
Windmill Radio’s popular Sunday evening progressive rock show THE PROG MILL is pleased to welcome a new sponsor on board. Thank you to the great People at Energize Partners. Find out more about them at www.energizepartners.com
The new sponsorship will start from Sunday 22nd November.
Here at Windmill Radio we’ve seen a lot of changes recently, with the re-branding from Stafford Radio, and also lots of new great shows taking to the air. Keep your eye on our website and also facebook page for news of our fantastic new shows and when they are on air.
(Photos by Paul Milgate-Scarrott)
So… You’ve been thinking – how do I get The Web’s Brightest Radio Station on in the car!??
Well you can, and it’s so easy!
Just play Windmill Radio via your mobile device – and when in the car select Bluetooth Audio from your car audio sound menu, ensuring Bluetooth is activated on your mobile […]
Windmill Radio were proud to have hosted the MOD Fireworks at Beacon Barracks on Thursday. As ever a huge bonfire was followed by one of Staffordshire’s biggest & best annual firework displays. Needless to say thousands of people attended the event creating a fantastic atmosphere of feelgood fun.
(Thank you to Mark Salt who forwarded the […]
It’s all change this weekend and if you’re lucky to listen with a stylish PURE internet radio, you’ll need to re-tune to find us at Windmill Radio
Stafford Radio are the official events broadcaster for Katharine House Hospice and we were delighted to assist with today’s opening of the fantastic Celebration Garden.
To mark Katharine House Hospice’s Silver Jubilee (and with kind assistance from Staffordshire County Council), a piece of land has been transformed into a quiet haven of serenity, tranqulity and peacefulness. […]
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Back in the 1950s Broad Eye Windmill was open to the weather after the roof had almost totally disintegrated.
The conical cap would have originally been clad in wooden shingles and would have housed the windshaft and sail mechanism and been able to turn to face the wind.
Fortunately now the roof is in a much […]