Warminster Community Radio have been recognised for their work as they receive two national awards.

The radio station attended the Community Media Association National Radio Awards in Bristol on September 23 and went home with a bronze award for their Christmas drama Second Coming.

Presenter Keith Green was also presented with a silver award for Sage Presenter of the year. The 91-year-old has been presenting on the station for 18 years.

Director of Warminster Community Radio, Barry Mole said: "I am very pleased that our community radio has received this kind of award at a national level.

"It reaffirms the fact that we are doing our very best for our listeners in Warminster at the surrounding areas.

"It's very much in keeping with the awards we won last year."

Keith Gren said: "I was so very grateful to get second in my category, and I would like to thank Barry for nominating me.

"Much of our success is due to everyone in the studios who help from behind the scenes.

"I am very happy with our achievement and very grateful to be recognised after my 18 years of service."

Over 350 entries from radio stations across the country were seen by 52 judges from BBC, commercial radio, academia and other community radio stations.

Last year Warminster Community Radio won two gold awards and a bronze.