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The Wrekin - analogue closed on 3rd September 2009

On or around this date a a helicopter to lift the new DTT antenna into place at the Wrekin.

On or around this date a a helicopter to lift the new DTT anten
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Jordy writes ...

Viewers served from the Wrekin transmitter will have to prepare for the 3 September 2009 - It has been confirmed that analogue TV all television services both analogue and digital and radio services including BBC Radio Shropshire will be switched off for a period of 24 Hours to allow a helicopter to lift the new DTT antenna into place.

Complications with planning permission has made a temporary mast impossible. Bare in mind this date is provisional as weather conditions will be a huge factor...

This will also affect those served by relay transmitters of The Wrekin at Halesowen, Clun, Bucknell, Coalbrookdale and Haden Hill...

Arqiva confirm a small low power analogue service will be in-affect but that will still leave 13,000 homes un-served... Corrections post 2nd September 1232

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