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Ireland Christmas FM Ireland: How can I listen to the station and what frequency is it?

17:10  26 november  2019
17:10  26 november  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Gordon D'Arcy wearing a red shirt: Gordon D'Arcy with co-founders of Christmas FM Garvan Rigby and Walter Hegarty © Provided by Dublin Live Gordon D'Arcy with co-founders of Christmas FM Garvan Rigby and Walter Hegarty The most wonderful time of the year is finally upon us as Christmas FM will be returning to the airwaves this week.

Get into the yuletide spirit as you can now listen to your favourite Christmas tunes 24/7 starting this Thursday at 1pm.

You can listen to classic Christmas songs and carols as well as festive updates on the station which will be broadcasting live on FM as well as online.

And this year Christmas FM will be raising awareness and funds for children’s charity Barretstown.

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If you like to listen to the free radio stations from all over the Ireland , help us! We need your feedback and qualification. If you love our app, we also appreciate Know that artists are the most or are being a trend in the Ireland of music. This application contains almost all FM and web Radio frequency radio

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The main radio frequencies for Christmas FM are Dublin City and County 105.2FM, Cork 106.7FM, Galway 87.7FM, Kildare 88.1FM, Sligo 95FM, Kilkenny 104.3FM, Letterkenny 105.7FM, Limerick 105.5FM, Midlands North 101.6FM, North East 99.4FM, South East 103.8FM, Tralee/Killarney 105FM, Wicklow North 99.5FM, Wicklow South 106.6FM.

The festive radio station hopes to raise over €250,000 of vital funds to help support seriously ill children and their families.

a drawing of a face: Christmas FM © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Christmas FM Gordon D’Arcy, Barretstown Ambassador, said: “I would like to thank Christmas FM for choosing Barretstown as its beneficiary this year.

“All funds raised will help press play on over 850 days of life-changing programmes, rebuilding the lives of seriously ill children.

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“I hope that Christmas FM listeners across the country will get involved this December and help make a difference to the lives of these children this Christmas.”

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