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Sheppey FM are raising funds for Red Nose Day by inviting local people into our studios to share cakes & coffee with us. You can try your hand as a Radio Presenter, play a request or dedication and meet the Sheppey FM team!! All for a small donation to Comic Relief!! Come and share the […]

Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Kent, Paul Auston, paid an official visit to Sheppey FM Community Radio Station today. He was shown around the radio station by Julie Nicholls, Project Manager, and met some of the station’s volunteers. He learned about the station’s work with disadvantaged local people, the young people’s Radio Club and Arts Awards […]

Tracey Hadlow & Katy Grandison came in to make an appeal for adult volunteers to help out with their very successful, but full, 1st Eastchurch Rainbows & Brownies. Both units are at capacity which means girls are having to wait a long time before joining. Tracey & Katy want to expand by starting an Eastchurch […]

Sam Edgar, new owner of the ‘Little Shop of This and That’ popped in to announce it’s opening on Mon 18th March at 9.30am, with a Grand Opening Event on Sat 23rd March. A gift shop with a difference, which rents out shelves to local crafts people to sell their hand-made items ~ decorated & […]

It was great to have Beverly Nolker back on Sheppey FM on Tuesday this week, to give us an update on the Sheppey ADHD Support Group. At the end of last year, the group had a very successful Annual Conference with speakers from Croatia and USA. Local Group meetings continue at the Sheerness Healthy Living […]

As part of Sheppey FM’s year long Environmental Project WOW ~ War on Waste’ in partnership with the Oasis Academy, young students Bailee Goodfield, Harry Todd, Marley Cross and Reece Webb researched the up-cycling & recycling of metals and how metals are better for the environment than using plastics. The next Oasis show will be […]

During the “Why Sheppey Matters” programme this week, we spoke to Stewart Kitching, from the ‘Swale Stroke Support Group’ about Blue Badges, which allows people with disabilities to have free parking in most car parks and also on roadways. This enables them to access shops and other public areas if their mobility is limited. Without […]

This week five young people who were taking part in the ‘Swale Big Music Takeover’ held at The Ideas Test, 34, High Street, Sittingbourne, came to Sheppey FM as part of their training. Aged 12 to 19yrs, the young people spent three days learning about radio presenting. They scripted and recorded their own jingles and […]

Alex Mead ~ Lead Project Manager for ‘PopUp Business School’ and Daisy Littlemore ~ Project Officer, talked to Lauren about this new business course coming to Sheppey from 4th~ 8th March. Held at the Healthy Living Centre from 10am ~ 3pm the course will give you the skills to start a business and make money, […]

Gordon Henderson, Swale’s MP, popped into the studio to talk about ‘Litter Angels’, a charity set up by him 10 years ago to address the issue of littering. ‘Litter Angels’ encourages young people to understand the anti-social nature of littering. The charity works with local primary schools to get the message across to our youngest […]


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