A radio station was born
Tulip Radio and Blackfriars Arts Centre launch 'Stump Radio', Boston's first community radio station. It is a short-term licence, meaning only allowed to broadcast for 28 days.July 15th 2006
We came back
...for another 28 days thanks to Tulip and Blackfriars.Summer 2007
We came back again
(this is when we took over) and the radio proved so popular we brought it back again for Christmas but with a name change 'Endeavour FM.'July 12th 2008
We launched 'Endeavour Online'
...our attempt to keep going on the internet, given we weren't allowed to carry on with FM (yet) and we have been online until the present day! We had an influx of youngsters from the Boston Grammar School, who we trained - four of which now work in radio. We went from helping people with their outside events, to organising our own.March 28th 2009
...and we were on air. In fact, we were the first in the area to let people know of the impending danger. We stayed on air until the water was coming into the radio station itself. Something we will never forget.2013
We organised 'Flood Aid'
A fundraiser for flood victims and the biggest musical event the town had seen in years. We were also invited to apply for a full-time licence before the summer and in December we were awarded it by Ofcom.2013
We were really really busy
Preparation and planning for full-time FM got underway and in the summer we hosted 'The Big Boston Gig', a weekend music event to bring touring bands and celebrate local talent in Boston.2015
On August 22nd, we finally launched full-time as 107 Endeavour FM.2016
We turned up the power
We were given access to turn up the power, allowing us to reach more villages and communities.2019