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Sorry about templating you, but...
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Community radio edit.
I have seen you have removed the information I put for community radio station "Stafford Radio". The reason you said was that the station had "no relevance to Stone as station is in Stafford". I can see what you are getting at, but it's like saying the Stoke based media doesn't have any relevance to Stone because it's based in Stoke!
The reason I included "Stafford Radio" in the Stone Wiki article is that it has done some events in the town, some of which I noted when compiling the Media sub-heading. I think I even backed this up with a source/s, so what I was saying wasn't made up. Even pretty recently the station was hosting Stone's Christmas lights switch on, which is noted in the town's local newspaper - http://alittlebitofstone.com/2014/10/22/stone-christmas-lights-switch-on-2014/.
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