IT has broadcast from a caravan, an arts centre and a scout hut.
And now, a roving community radio station is hitting the airwaves from a brass band room.
Two Valleys Radio went live from Hade Edge Brass Band Room over the weekend for its latest broadcasting stint.
It is the latest venture from the fledgling station which has just celebrated its first birthday.
The station, run by arts organisation Heads Together, transmits from different locations in the Holme and Colne Valleys.
The project, which recruits volunteers of all ages to present music, drama, art and local politics programmes, aims to encourage local people to be more involved in their community.
Heads Together development director Linda Strudwick said: “Our first year has been a huge success.
“Not only have we broadcast to thousands of people, we’ve had scores of volunteers involved too.
“People of all ages, from nine to 63, with no previous experience, have worked together to produce some fantastic radio.
“We’ve also been able to highlight all the cultural activity that takes place in the Two Valleys, much of it run entirely by volunteers, and give it a bigger profile in the region.”
Two Valleys Radio was born in February 2009 when it broadcast from a 1970s gold coloured caravan.
Heads Together is based at The Media Centre, Northumberland Street.
Now, organisers want to develop the station further and secure a permanent location.
Linda added: “We would love to secure a permanent home for Two Valleys Radio.
“Ideally this would be somewhere in the heart of the valleys from which we could not only broadcast but also run training and volunteer events throughout the year.”
Anyone wanting more information on Two Valleys Radio can visit: www.twovalleysradio.co.ukŠ.