High Peak Radio

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High Peak Radio
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Broadcast areaThe Peak District and the Derbyshire Dales, including Ashbourne, Buxton, Glossop, New Mills, Furness Vale, Whaley Bridge, Uttoxeter, Chapel-en-le-Frith, & Hope Valley
SloganGreatest Hits, Latest News
Frequency96.7 MHz, 101.8 MHz, 103.3 MHz, 106.4 MHz, 106.6 MHz
First air dateApril 4, 2004
OwnerHelius Media Group
Websitewww.highpeakradio.co.uk and www.ashbourneradio.co.uk

High Peak Radio was a commercial radio station broadcasting to the Peak District. The studios are in Chapel-en-le-Frith in Derbyshire. It broadcasts on 106.4 (Buxton & Glossop), 103.3 (Buxworth & Hope Valley), and 106.6 FM (Chapel-en-le-Frith). Its sister station, Ashbourne Radio, broadcast from Ashbourne on 96.7 FM (Ashbourne) and 101.8 FM (Wirksworth & Uttoxeter). On 4 November 2019, both stations relaunched as Imagine Radio, sharing off-peak programmes with their sister station in Stockport.

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Coordinates: 53°19′28″N 1°54′31″W / 53.32458°N 1.90868°W / 53.32458; -1.90868