Article: Jonathan White
Local community radio station The Cat 107.9 FM has launched a new ‘Community Hero Award’.
The award is given to an individual who made extra special efforts, going above and beyond during the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Each Community Hero Award winner will receive a certificate, along with a special The Cat 107.9 FM cake expertly made by Gill Clark from ‘Baked by Gill’.
The first recipient of a Community Hero Award was James Yates. During a local incident James protected a female police officer who was being attacked by a male suspected of being under the influence. James risked his life and subjected himself to potential infection to successfully stop the attack.
If you know someone who deserves recognition, please email their details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Cadman, Managing Director, The Cat community radio said: “The Cat 107.9 FM continues to find ways to help and inform the community during the Coronavirus crisis. The Community Hero Award recognises people who are going the extra mile to help the NHS and whose efforts help lift people’s spirits. It is fantastic and heart-warming to recognise local people and their efforts and to say a big thank you.”
The Cat broadcasts on 107.9 FM, online at http://listen.thisisthecat.com/live/, on your mobile with the TuneIn app, or on your smart speaker by just asking for ‘Cat one hundred and seven point nine’. This year The Cat celebrates five years on 107.9 FM.
The Cat has local Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates at half-past the hour and via their website: https://thisisthecat.com/covid-19/
The Cat is the only licensed community radio station in Crewe and Nantwich and is a not for profit organisation run entirely by volunteers. To get involved please visit: https://thisisthecat.com/on-air/get-involved/
The Cat is not responsible for external websites.