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Lennox Head now has its very own community online radio station – Smooth Lennox.

Launched this week, the new station features smooth music, both classics and new, along with Lennox Head community news and information, local weather, surf and tide reports, historical segments and more.

Local resident, founder and CEO of Smooth Lennox, Milt Barlow, said he was delighted to launch Lennox Head’s first community radio station.

‘This is such a vibrant and wonderful community, growing daily, and we believe it’s the right time for a local community station,’ he said.

‘Locals will love the smooth music mix which is not available anywhere else, and being kept up to date on “all things Lennox”. Listening to the station is easy and the quality is great. Just download the free Smooth Lennox App at the Google or Apple App stores. Push the play button and away you go!’

Mr Barlow said listeners could also tune in via web browsers at this link.

‘We have been testing the station for the past few weeks and have had some great feedback from the Lennox community. A plus of being an internet radio station is you can take us anywhere.

‘So, if you’re in Sydney for a break, you still have a “little bit of home” playing off your phone or computer!’

Here for the community

Mr Barlow said he encouraged the Lennox Head community to use the station for community announcements including sport, fundraisers, garage sales or any other community information.

‘The Lennox Community, along with our great music, is our total focus,’ he said.

‘Just email us at: [email protected] with any community information you would like us to share with our listeners,’ said Mr Barlow.

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