Paisley pattern for school radio

5th July 1996 at 01:00
Hundreds of primary pupils from Ferguslie Park Estate in Paisley have been given the chance to run a radio station, thanks to a Pounds 20,000 project funded by Urban Aid.

Children from St Fergus, Craigielea and Ferguslie schools hit the airwaves on FPR FM for two hours a day, broadcasting schoolwork, poems and stories from the local library. Help was provided by education officers from Renfrewshire.

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