London's Leading Community Radio Station
We are 30 !!!!!!!!!!
Welcome to Station FM, London's leading community radio station on this our massive 30th year of broadcasting.
Our very first show was on 23rd February 1991 !
The management, DJ's, engineers and backroom staff thank you for your continuous support.
STUDIO NUMBER - 07539 064390
Management - 07951 410784 / 07956 117213
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Station FM are very pleased to be associated with
London East FC
Prostate cancer ...... we here at Station urge all our listeners, in particular African and Carribean men, to go to the GP if you have the slightest suspicion of the first phases of prostate cancer. The risks and symptoms are endless, and if you have any doubts or concerns, or want to find out the facts before visiting your doctor, please visit http://prostatecanceruk.org
Calling all UK residents aged 18 upwards. Are you, or someone in your family wanting to start a business but not getting any help from the banks ? Star Academy Solutions are offering a loan of up to £20,000, with easy repayments and low interest rates. Star Academy will assist you with your application form, as well as help you produce a professional business plan. For further information, please contact Errol on 07956 515020, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gold Onyx Children's Cultural Film Club. On the second Saturday of every month between 2 and 4pm, children aged 12 upwards watch a film chosen by one of the youngsters, and then have a discussion and share information about it afterwards. Admission for Under 20 years old is £2.50, and Over 20's £5. Popcorn and drinks are provided ! For more information, please go to ... www.goldonyx.co.uk
RNIB (Royal National Institute For The Blind) are a world renowned organisation for supporting tens of thousands of blind and partially sighted people throughout the UK. If you know of anyone that may be suffering from any kind of eye defect and would like more information, or you would like to volunteer for them in your spare time, please click on this link .. www.rnib.org.uk