Heart Cheshire and North East Wales

Heart Cheshire and North East Wales (formerly Marcher Sound and previously MFM 103.4) was an independent radio station broadcasting to north east Wales and north west England from its Mold Road studios in Gwersyllt, Wrexham, also shared with Gold and Heart Wirral.

The station was owned by Global Radio who purchased the previous owner, GCap Media, the group formed by the merger of GWR Group and Capital Radio Group. GWR purchased Marcher Radio Group in October 2000. However, Marcher Radio Group Ltd remains as the official licensee of the station, which now forms part of Heart North West and Wales.

The stations broadcast from the Wrexham-Rhos Relay, situated just above The Moss near Wrexham, and although it officially broadcast to Cheshire and north east Wales, it could also be heard in parts of Merseyside and Shropshire.

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