TCRfm have been shortlisted for the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund!
TCRfm have been shortlisted for this years Coca-Cola’s Thank You Fund!
Set up in 2011, the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund has so far given €625,000 to non-profit organisations that support young people and communities across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland…..Read
World Premiere: The Siege Of Dunhill Castle
On-Air this Sunday the 28th of August at 12 noon, the The World Premiere of “The Siege Of Dunhill Castle”. Tramore Community Radio is delighted to […]Read
Last year, ten people drowned every month
In launching Irish Water Safety’s Annual Report 2015, the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Simon Coveney TD appealed for greater care in, on and […]Read
Donal O’Connor Memorial Cycle takes place on 10th September 2016.
The family friendly event is a 10K cycle from Kingfisher Club, Waterford to Tramore GAA. It takes place on the second Saturday in September as part […]Read
Waterford City and County Council requests public to report knotweed
As the hedge cutting season is set to re-commence on 1st September, Waterford City & County Council is urging landowners and hedge-cutting contractors to be vigilant […]Read
PRESS RELEASE: TCRfm Back ON-AIR for 2016
Tramore Community Radio (TCRfm) is proud to announce it will be back on your FM radio this August, starting at 9am on Wednesday 17th August on 92.3 FM…Read
OF AUGUST AND ANNIVERSARIES……
With the 39th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death just around the corner (39 years!!!) I couldn’t let the opportunity pass without paying tribute. It remains one of those JFK moments, doesn’t it? Where were you when you heard? Quite why it should be so for me is a bit of a mystery because in August 1977 I was sixteen years old and not well disposed towards Elvis. After all he was the guy in the diamante encrusted jumpsuits playing to the well heeled blue rinse set in Las Vegas, of no relevance whatsoever to me or to most of my generation I’d suspect. The Clash were singing about “No Elvis, Beatles or Rolling Stones in 1977” and I took that as something of a manifesto, a mission statement…..Read