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Beth Parsons leaves Stray FM

Beth Parsons brushing the pigs at Brimham Rocks Adventure Farm

Published at 3:12pm 30th May 2019.

Beth says goodbye after three years entertaining Harrogate, Craven & Wharfedale

Today, Thursday 30th May, was Stray FM's lunchtime presenter Beth Parsons' last day on air as she leaves to persue other broadcasting opportunities.

Beth joined the team three years ago as a presenter and producer predominately working on Stray FM's Lifestyle Shows, before hosting the 1-3pm slot.

Growing up in Wetherby and Harrogate, and going to school in Knaresborough, Beth loved the radio and dreamed of working for Stray FM.

After a brief spell at York's Minster FM, Beth's dream came true.

Everyone at Stray FM wishes Beth all the best for her future career, and we'll all miss her immensely.

Hear Beth's emotional final (rhyming) link here:

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