Bob McColl was in to promote the 2018 Sheerness Carnival on Sat 18th Aug. There will be stalls, children’s activities & entertainment throughout the day and the main parade will start at 5.30pm. If you would like to enter a float go to FB page ‘Sheerness Carnival’ or call 01795 667927. With weather like this […]
Frank Young & Tracey O’Neill from the EMU’s (Event Marshalling Unit) talked to Amanda about the community work they carry out across the Island & Kent by attending events such as Carnivals, Car Shows & Charity Fundraisers. If you would like to volunteer for the amazing EMU’s then call 07936737746 or email: email@example.com
Amanda interviewed Wayne Hodgson from The Red Eagle Foundation this afternoon on Sheppey FM. The Red Eagle Foundation is a registered charity (1179117) that aims to relieve the needs of children with mobility, mental health, and learning difficulties in particular, but not exclusively by the provision of funding for equipment not provided by the NHS. […]
The mayor of Swale, Samuel Koffie-Williams came in to the studio today (Thursday 5th June 2018) for an interview with Berni & Adam and spoke about his position within the community and what he does. If you missed it, you can listen to the interview again now by clicking the play button below. Sam even […]
Anthony is doing a sponsored road trip for cancer research. He speaks about how his family have been affected by the disease and his passion for finding better medicine and support for those affected by it. Click the play button below to listen to the interview
This afternoon Ben popped into the Sheppey FM studios for a cuppa and a chat about his work as a tribute artist as Michael Jackson. He spoke about the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes in preparing for a live performance, and also how he first started his career. Click the play […]
Our Patron and local MP for Sittingbourne & Sheppey, Gordon Henderson came in for his monthly surgery feature to debate local concerns and issues. Russell put him through his paces discussing the new flyover planned for Stockbury and other major changes to roads in our area, housing and education. Audio of the interview coming soon…
Oasis Academy students pay tribute to the fighters and victims of WWI with a specialist show, playing music of that era, mentioning names of lives lost and the struggles of every day life on the home front. The show is deliberately recorded to sound like an old fashioned AM radio broadcast from the time era.
Mark Dean Ellen was entertained in the studio on his Country show by 2 visitors from Texas. Libby Koch & Chuck Hawthorne performed some of their favourite songs for our pleasure. What another great country night!