West Bridgford radio presenter Mark Jarvis has been shortlisted in the annual national Community Radio Awards.
Mark received nominations for Best Male Presenter and Young Person Of The Year, sponsored by BBC Local Radio.
He told the West Bridgford Local News: “It’s an incredible feeling.
“It’s the second year running I’ve been nominated for these categories, so it still hasn’t really sunk in but I couldn’t be more grateful.
“The support has been amazing from everyone at the station.”
After receiving the Bronze Award for Male Presenter in 2017 and being awarded Best Newcomer, he has made the shortlists again this year, which were part of the overall entries whittled down from more than 360 entries from 77 stations from every corner of the UK.
The station Mark presents for, Erewash Sound, picked up nominations across the board from presenter nominations to entertainment shows.
Jeff Martin, the station manager, said: “We are delighted to have been recognised once again this year. I’m so proud of each and every nomination.”
Martin Steers, awards chair, said: “Now in their third year, the entries are getting better and better.
“We’re really able to show off the diverse broadcasting that the countries stations undertake for the benefit of their communities.
“We wish Mark and Erewash Sound good luck and can’t wait to host the ceremony in Sheffield.”