The station won nominations in Entertainment Show of the Year, Specialty Music Show of the Year, Sports Show of the Year, Sage Person (over 60), Innovation Award and Covid and Community Rebuild.

He will be looking to add to the bronze awards he won in 2020 and 2021.

There were also nominations for presenters Craig Mitchell and Graeme Kilgour for a second consecutive year.

Graeme Kilgour with The Saturday Sports Show Crew and Craig Mitchell at the 2021 Community Radio Awards

A K107FM spokesperson said the nominations highlight the fantastic work done by the station’s volunteers.

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They said: “Receiving one nomination is a huge achievement, but seven in the seventh year of these awards is something special.

“The breadth of categories shows the progression of the station, and it’s great to see nominations for long-time volunteers, new members and successive nominations for the team.”

Martin Steers, who chaired the awards, said: “It has been another great year for community radio across the UK.

“As always, this has been a great challenge for our judges from across the industry, as the quality of entries is better than ever, a true testament to all that community radio stations do in their fields.”

The awards are an opportunity to recognize the work undertaken by stations across the UK to entertain, inform and engage listeners.

The awards ceremony takes place on Saturday, November 19 in Bedford.

K107fm recently opened a community hub in Mercat Shopping Centre, Kirkcaldy