Welcome to Ribble FM
"The Voice of the Valley"
Ribble FM is a CIC not-for-profit organisation which provides a full-time radio service to the Ribble Valley area of Lancashire. We provide entertainment by playing a huge range of great music, local event news and and of course those all important traffic and weather updates.
As a community station we are here to support other charities, organisations, community groups and individuals by offering a platform to be heard on. We also support local businesses by offering a fantastic advertising platform.
Local News Headlines from the Lancashire Telegraph
Full list of Ribble Valley Business Award winners
The Ribble Valley business awards took took place on Thursday, March 23 at Mytton Fold hotel in Langho.
How a Burnley FC fan channels his creativity to cope with depression
A 27-year-old graphic designer from East Lancashire has shared how he found happiness in creating artworks of his beloved Burnley FC.
Clitheroe couple start new candle business called Bottle Wicks
A Clitheroe couple have embarked on a new business venture together, creating and selling scented candles set in wine bottles.
Northcote and The White Swan at Fence retain Michelin stars
Northcote in Langho and The White Swan at Fence have retained their Michelin stars.
Local Weather Forecast
UK and World News Headlines from Sky News
Former ITN chief to head Gary Lineker BBC review
Former ITN chief John Hardie will head the BBC's review into its social media policy in the wake of the Gary Lineker impartiality row, it has been announced.
Paul O'Grady: Last picture of couple shared by husband Andre Portasio
Paul O'Grady's husband Andre Portasio has shared the last photo the couple took together, showing them sat on a boat in front of a blue sea and smiling at the camera.
Common viruses may be behind hepatitis cases in children
Common viruses may be the reason behind hepatitis cases seen in children in 2021, a study suggests.
Women still paid 89p for every £1 a man earns - but the gender pay gap is narrowing
The gender pay gap has narrowed - but women are still paid 89p for every £1 a man earns on average, Sky News analysis suggests.