Welcome to Ribble FM
"The Voice of the Valley"
Ribble FM is a CIC not-for-profit organisation which provides a full-time radio service to the Ribble Valley area of Lancashire. We provide entertainment by playing a huge range of great music, local event news and and of course those all important traffic and weather updates.
As a community station we are here to support other charities, organisations, community groups and individuals by offering a platform to be heard on. We also support local businesses by offering a fantastic advertising platform.
Local News Headlines from the Lancashire Telegraph
Simonstone firm proposes new building at HQ to boost growth
An award-winning East Lancashire engineering company is seeking to expand.
Clitheroe Castle to screen of King Charles's coronation live
THE coronation of His Majesty King Charles III will be screened live at Clitheroe Castle.
Fears as Lancashire to Dales rail service is axed this summer
A LONG-running Sunday train service which takes Lancashire visitors to the Yorkshire Dales and Cumbria is being cancelled this summer, sparking fears for its future.
Full list of Ribble Valley Business Award winners
The Ribble Valley business awards took took place on Thursday, March 23 at Mytton Fold hotel in Langho.
Local Weather Forecast
UK and World News Headlines from Sky News
Russia 'looking to trade food for weapons with North Korea', US claims
Russia is looking to North Korea to source weapons for the war in Ukraine, the US has claimed.
Outrage in Spain as actress, 68, has baby via surrogate
The revelation that a 68-year-old actress in Spain has given birth via an American surrogate has sparked a political outcry in Madrid.
Routine COVID testing for symptomatic care home residents in England to end
Routine COVID testing for care home residents and staff in England who have symptoms of the disease is to end on Friday.
Stephen Lawrence's mother effectively 'gaslit' by Daily Mail, court told - as Harry makes appearance
The mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence was effectively "gaslit" by the Daily Mail, the High Court has been told - as Prince Harry made a brief appearance for the end of the privacy hearing.