Rejoice - Christmas FM is back on the airwaves today 2 months ago

Rejoice - Christmas FM is back on the airwaves today

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...

Town is lit up in Christmas lights, the Late Late Toy Show has been and gone, and today sees the triumphant return of Christmas FM. Indeed, the countdown to the big day is well and truly on.

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Today at 12 noon, Christmas FM will return to the airwaves playing Christmas smash hit after Christmas smash hit while raising money for some very important causes.

This year, Christmas FM's charity partners are Barnardos, Barretstown, Make-A-Wish Ireland and the Community Foundation for Ireland.

To listen to the channel, tune in to the following frequencies: Bray 99.5, Cavan 99.4, Clare 105.2, Cork City, part county 106.7, Cork North, part county 87.7, Dublin City and County 105.2, Dundalk/Drogheda 104.2, Galway City part county 87.9, Kildare North 88.1, Kilkenny City 104.3, Letterkenny, 105.7, Limerick City 105.5, Longford 101.6, Sligo Town 95, South East 103.8, Tralee / Killarney 105, Waterford City 105.9 and Wicklow Town 106.6FM.

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Launching this year's appeal, Christmas FM's co-founder Garvan Rigby said: "We are excited that Christmas FM is switching Christmas on for the 15th year spreading Christmas cheer around Ireland all throughout the festive season. Cadbury, Coca Cola and An Post have returned as premier FM sponsors again this year.

"Celebrating our 15th year on the airwaves is a significant milestone for us which we wouldn’t have been able to achieve without the BAI and our amazing listeners and volunteers who have supported us and our chosen charities throughout the years. This year we will be raising money for children’s charities Barnardos, Barretstown, Make-A-Wish Ireland and The Community Foundation for Ireland through The Magic of Christmas initiative."

Christams FM runs until 27 December. To learn more about it, head to the website right here.

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