Privacy & Cookie Policy

This Privacy and Cookie Policy explains how Calder Valley Radio uses the personal information we collect and how you can limit our use of that personal data. 1. What do we collect?

​​​​​​​1. We collect information or personal data provided to us by Users during the registration process (which as bound by the Terms and Conditions of using our websites you agree to provide as accurate) that relates to, and identifies you (e.g. your name, email and postal address) and information that does not allow us to identify you (e.g. general behaviour patterns of website visitors, page views) to evaluate our websites, ensure that our sites and services are operating correctly and ensure we are providing an appropriate and accurate advertising service for which we are being paid. We will also collect personal data from other areas of our websites such as competition entries or product sales. Whilst we do not monitor your use of the Internet, we do use cookies to monitor your use of our websites and the services we provide. This information is not stored with your personal data and will only be used in an anonymous basis. We may also hold personal data relating to any trades, purchases or transactions you make with Calder Valley Radio or other businesses through Calder Valley Radio websites.

2. What is a Cookie? 2.1 A Cookie is a very small text file sent from our website to your internet browser, which is then stored on your computer. Cookies aren’t harmful in any way to your computer, they cannot transfer viruses or look at your personal information or read other files, and they only record information about your online preferences. Our website uses cookies to help us give you the best possible experience on our website. 3. Cookies we use 3.1 We use the following cookies: (1) Analysing Cookies: These anonymously remember the device you use to visit our website. They keep track of your browsing patterns and help us build up a summary of how our readers use our website. (2) Services Cookies: These help us to make our website as efficient as possible, remember your details for login purposes, remember your account settings or preferences and count the number of pages you view in a session for the purpose of managing subscriptions to the website. (3) Third Party Advertising Cookies: These are placed by us on behalf of our website advertisers on our site. These cookies may be placed within the advertisement and elsewhere on our site. Just like our Analysing Cookies, they are anonymous and cannot identify any individual. They are used for checking the statistics of an advertising campaign and count how many people have seen an advert and how many times a person has seen an advert. 3.2 Third Parties have no access to our cookies on our website.4. How do we gather information? 4.1 The information we gather is collected in two ways: (1) Indirectly through website cookie technology or technology when you use any of our mobile device applications; and (2) directly when you register with any of the websites and create a profile, download a mobile device application or when otherwise providing information through our website (such as competition entries). 5. How do you decide how you want to hear from us? 5.1 We will always explain to you how and why we might contact you at the point where your personal information is collected. We will also give you a means of withholding or granting us permission to contact you by a series of tick boxes. If there are no tick boxes for you to check or uncheck, it is because we will not be contacting you with any information other than that which you sign up for (e.g. competition entry). 5.2 When responding to our offers or promotions by post, if you wish to be excluded from marketing content or for us to not send you offers and promotions please make this clear by stating “No Promos”. 5.3 If you have signed up to receive marketing from us by text (SMS), please reply using the in-message prompt to exclude yourself from further marketing messages by that means. 5.4 If you have signed up to our newsletter or to receive email marketing from us, please use the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any of our emails to amend any marketing lists you may be included in. 6. How do we use the information we gather? 6.1 We might use your information to: (1) remember who you are when you visit our website and track your browsing patterns by using cookies; (2) place your information into categorised segments so as to identify your interests, helping us give you advertisements and offers that are of relevant interest to you; (3) ensure any of our services you access or receive are correctly managed (including your subscriptions; (4) contact you by telephone, SMS, email or post to inform you of any of our services, products or promotions (which in some cases may be provided by third parties), but only in accordance with the permissions you grant us. (5) ensure any materials or content on the website or in our apps are presented in the most effective way for you and your devices (both computer and handheld or mobile); (6) collect and record numeric internet addresses to further improve the website andobserve website usage; (7) measure and understand user feedback and recognise user hotspots; 6.2 If you have subscribed to any of or services, we will use the information you provide to keep you updated on those services unless you have told us otherwise. 7. Accessing and updating your personal information 7.1 You can update or change your details by getting in touch with us via the details on the contact page of our website. 7.2 You have access rights to any personal information we hold about you. To receive a copy of the personal information we hold about you, please get in touch with us via the details on the contact page of our website. 8. Managing your browser cookies preferences 8.1 Most internet browsers will allow you to change your cookie preferences or turn off cookies. Switching off cookies may affect the usage of the website, change the performance of the website or restrict access to the website altogether. To do this, access the “help” feature of your web browser if it has one. 9. Security 9.1 The password you enter when signing up with the website is encrypted for your protection against any unauthorised access to your personal information. 9.2 We will do our utmost to protect the privacy of our users. No data transmission across the Internet can be completely secure, and consequently we cannot guarantee the security of your personal information and/or use of the website. Any personal or non-personal information you send is at your own risk and nay be read by others. However once we have received your information we have procedures to protect the security of that information. 10. Disclosing your information 10.1 We may reveal your personal information if we are approached by a likely buyer of our business, if by law we are required to do so or in good-faith deeming such an action to be essential to comply with the law. 10.2 We will never without your permission sell or pass on your personal information to third parties for marketing purposes. 11. Where we store your personal information 11.1 The personal information you provide us with is stored inside the UK.12. Changes to this Policy 12.1 We reserve the right to make changes to this policy at any time. If we do, we will post those changes onto this page or in a link at the footer of our website. Please check regularly to be kept up to date with any changes to this policy. 13. If you don’t feel we’re adhering to this Policy, what should you do? 13.1 If you for any reason believe that we are not adhering to this Policy, please notify us via the details on the contact page of our website, and we will try to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. Online Transation Terms and Conditions These terms and conditions apply to all online card transactions made to Calder Valley Radio. Please read these terms carefully before using the online payment facilities. Calder Valley Radio may change these terms from time to time without notice. Changes will apply to any subsequent transactions with Calder Valley Radio. 1. Using the online payment facilities on our website indicates that you accept these terms. If you do not accept these terms do not use our online payment facilities. All online payments are subject to these conditions. 2. Your payment will normally reach Calder Valley Radio bank account within two working days. We cannot accept any liability for delayed payments. 3. We cannot accept liability for payments being recorded on the wrong account if you supply inaccurate information, but will make every effort to reallocate any such payments if they arise. 4. We cannot accept liability if payment is refused or declined by your credit/debit card supplier for any reason. 5. If your card supplier declines payment, Calder Valley Radio is under no obligation to bring this fact to your attention. You should check with your bank/credit/debit card supplier that payment has been deducted from your account. 6. The data that you provide during online payment transactions is securely held by Calder Valley Radio or our e-commerce provider under the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998 and in accordance with the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and will only be used for the purpose of recording your payment and for accounting processes. Your data will be treated confidentially and with the utmost care and respect. We shall abide by the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998 and ensure that the data is used for no other purposes and is disclosed to no third party, except in respect of data that it is necessary to provide to Calder Valley Radio’s e-commerce provider who will process this information on Calder Valley Radio’s behalf. In limited, exceptional circumstances Calder Valley Radio may be required to disclose data to other third parties, for example where this is necessary to comply with the law. Our e-commerce provider will retain some personal information so that we can access payment records in the event of queries or incomplete payment information. Any credit or debit card details given by you will not be retained in their entirety. Information will only be retained for a reasonable period and then destroyed securely. 7. In no event will Calder Valley Radio be liable for any damages whatsoever arising out of the use, inability to use, or the results of use of this site, any websites linked to this site, or the materials or information contained at any or all such sites, whether based on warranty, contract, tort or any other legal theory and whether or not advised of the possibility of such damages. 8. Refunds, if applicable, will be made to the debit/credit card used for the original transaction. Any refunds will be made in line with Calder Valley Radio’s anti-money laundering policy and procedures

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  • Paul Longfield - Feel Good Breakfast Show

    8:00am - 10:00am

    Paul Longfield is a ray of sunshine on his Feel Good Breakfast Show every Saturday at 8am - 10am and catch him on 12pm on Wednesday afternoon.

  • The Super Saturday Extravaganza with Daryl Gill

    10:00am - Noon

  • Something on the Radio with James Ross

    Noon - 2:00pm

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  • Trevor Simpson was born and raised in Kebroyd, Triangle and spent most of his working life in Halifax. After joining the legal firm of Bearder and Son, solicitors from school, he spent thirty-two years working for them as the agency manager for Abbey National Building Society. When the Abbey decided to open a full branch office in 1990, they offered Trevor the job of Branch Manager, where he worked for several years, before taking early retirement in 1995. 

    A keen sportsman, Trevor played as a goalkeeper in local football and was an avid Halifax Town supporter from the age of seven. An injury in 1966 enforced his change of direction and he became a football referee after learning his craft locally. He progressed through to the Football League where he spent seven seasons (1984-1991) officiating at the highest domestic level (all top clubs except West Ham Utd!). He also had two appearances in Wembley F.A. finals, various European and International matches and as a linesman at a World Cup qualifier. He retained his activity in football working for The Professional Game Match Official Ltd. as a referee coach and later a referee assessor on the F.A. Premier League. Trevor also completed 30 consecutive years as a referee and ambassador at the Dallas Cup International Youth Tournament in Texas. 

    His greatest interest outside sport has always been popular music. An avid record collector since his teenage years, Trevor possessed every No.1 record since the British charts began in 1952. He was viewed by many as a worldwide authority on Elvis, wrote numerous articles about him in various worldwide magazines and visited Graceland several times. Trevor published five comprehensive volumes charting Elvis’s early career which have now sold-out. He researched and wrote two local volumes of ‘Small Town, Saturday Night’ chronicling the 1960s music scene around Halifax. He was also part of the Halifax Music Heritage Trails.

    Trevor was the founder of Radio Calderdale in 1981, the hospital radio service in Halifax. During his time there he did regular shows and helped raise funds for the station. Each year until 2020, Trevor broadcast on Christmas Day morning and took great delight in announcing the babies that had been born that day. He also assisted with live commentary of FC Halifax Town’s matches from the Shay for several years. For the past two years, he volunteered as a presenter at the online community radio station, Calder Valley Radio, where his weekly music show was adored by many listeners all over the world. He cared passionately about the station, helping out with grants and fund-raising initiatives, such as the hugely successful Elvis night in September 2023.

    Following the sad news of Trevor's passing in January, his family have decided that any donations made in Trevor's memory should go to Calder Valley Radio as Trevor really enjoyed the two years he spent with the station and did so much to raise our profile.

    If you would like to donate, here is the link:

    https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/in-memory-of-trevor-simpson

     

     

     

                      

     

     

  • Welcome to Calder Valley Radio.

    Welcome to Calder Valley Radio. Established in 2020 with Dave, Guy, Fiona, Tony and Val and the help of Hebden Royd Town Council and comedian, Jon Richardson, we launched in the middle of a pandemic. All our Planning in 2019, could never have prepared us for what happened in 2020, but this was our best training. We didn't miss a broadcast and even through our own health issues and sad times, we carried on. Radio became our support too, in our times of need. We know, from your messages to us, that Calder Valley Radio helped you through too and music truly is a great healer.

    As we venture forth, with Tim Morsley as our Programme Manger and a great team behind the scenes, we are so excited to be supported by Calderdale Council. We are looking forward to delivering a wonderful programme of events and shows in the coming seasons ahead.

  • One Night with Elvis - Proudly Presents Colin Paul.

    Elvis Week" at Graceland in Memphis is happening here in the valley!! Tickets are available from the reception at Mytholmroyd Community and Leisure Centre. Colin Paul will be performing songs by Elvis, doors open at 7pm on Saturday 30th of September Mytholmroyd Community & Leisure Centre

    The ticket price includes pie & peas (meat and potato or cheese and onion) and a disco afterwards. Full bar. Tickets £10. Perfect for groups who like a good night out with friends. If people want to pay by bank transfer they can email eventscvr@outlook.com

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