Bath Hospital Radio is off to a fresh start in 2015 after volunteers spent a weekend in January painting the studios.
Based in a former manor lodge, the radio station broadcasts 24 hours a day to patients at the Royal United Hospital and Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Bath and online.
“We have spent the weekend giving a fresh lick of paint to the interior of the studio which is based in a wonderful Grade II listed building on the Royal United Hospital site,” said Ian Martin, chairman of the charity which runs Bath Hospital Radio.
Volunteer broadcasters and their friends gave up their weekend to paint the studios where Bath Hospital Radio broadcasts from 24 hours a day.
“Giving the radio station a fresh look is all part of the relaunch of the radio station in its 50th anniversary year,” added volunteer broadcaster Clare Reddaway.
The radio station is undergoing a relaunch with a new logo and website launched last year and a new schedule planned for 2015.