David Jensen opens Radio Enham

Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE - respected parliamentarian, disability rights campaigner and one of Britain’s greatest Paralympians – voiced her support for Radio Enham, for the opening of the brand new studios on 22nd April. “What I love about radio is that it’s my constant companion,” she says. “I travel so much around the country on the train or in my car, on my own - but I’m never on my own because of the radio. The power of radio means time and space to think about what’s going on in the world. The power of Radio Enham is in giving people with a disability a voice.” Having broadcast from a cramped disused office since its launch in 2011, the Radio Enham team has now moved to new state-of-the-art studios, officially opened by guest of honour David Jensen, the former Radio 1 DJ and Top of The Pops presenter. David said: “I am delighted to be opening these new studios for Radio Enham. This radio station has a really positive impact on all those involved, helping to build confidence and skills, and encouraging disabled people to challenge themselves." The Worshipful the Mayor of Test Valley, Cllr Jan Lovell, our President Sir George Young, Cllr Phil North and ex-Chairman Rod Chamberlain also attended to show their support, amongst proud friends and family of the Radio Enham team. If you want to hear more from Radio Enham, log on to their website: www.radioenham.co.uk or follow them on Twitter: @RadioEnham