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Well done to HRS Presenter Stewart Critchlow who hosted a guest show at Stafford FM last Friday evening. Stewart took the opportunity to tell listeners about Hospital Radio Stafford’s history and current programming schedule as well as playing some of his favourite music.
Many thanks go to both Clubs and Supporters from home and away for allowing ground collections in aid of Hospital Radio Stafford recently.
£97.85 was raised jointly which will go towards annual running costs of the radio station.
Thank you all so much !
Recent donations have included £500 from Keith Martin Jewellers and a £1000 legacy from Mike Harker ( dec’d ).
Thank you Gentlemen !
HRS is very pleased to have been chosen as a local charity to receive a donation from ASDA Stafford via the Green Community Tokens scheme.
HRS is currently one of three local charities competing for the first prize of £500. Runners up receive £200 each, which is also very nice.
Voting closes on 31 December 2018.
Come on ! Let’s make Hospital Radio Stafford the winner.
If you are a Patient, Outpatient or Visitor to the Royal Stoke University Hospital, you can listen to Hospital Radio Stafford free of charge with unlimited access.
Using any web-enabled device such as a smart phone , tablet or laptop follow these simple steps……….
- Search available networks to locate WIFI SPARK
- Scroll site to locate Hospital Radio Stafford
- Click on icon to listen to transmission
Broadcasting 24 hours a day , 7 days a week to Patients in Staffordshire.
Thank you to Master Richard Fisher and the brethren of the Izaak Walton Freemasons Lodge, Stafford who recently gifted £200 to HRS for Studio Improvements. Richard, a former member of Hospital Radio Stafford has fond memories of those early days in the 1970s and at a recent visit to the Studios was pleased to see the Station is still going strong.
Thank you so much.
Midlands house builders Walton Homes has very kindly donated a second £500 to HRS in recognition of it’s good work in the community and to help with HRS’s continuing programme of upgrading it’s broadcasting equipment.
Directors Sarah and Amy Summerton joined HRS’s ‘Thursday Live’ with Presenter Colin Smith recently to talk about the Company’s construction work in Staffordshire as well as choosing some favourite music tracks.
Thank you ladies, it was a pleasure to meet you again.
The latest issue of Hospital Radio Stafford’s Patients’ Guide is now available to view on this website. Hard copies will start to be distributed to patients and wards as our Presenters visit patients to collect music requests.