Source FM is a radio station for Cornwall, UK made by and for the people who live and work in and around Falmouth and Penryn. We have an eclectic schedule of music and chat shows for you to listen to at all times of the day and night. Nose around the What’s on When and Presenters section to get an idea of who works here and what they say about their radio programmes, and don't forget to leave some feedback on the Your Say page.
Source FM can be whatever you want it to be because the station is open to volunteers of all ages and walks of life. We're always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help make Source FM a vibrant and interesting local radio station. Whether you fancy presenting, producing documentary programmes, or helping with marketing and event organisation then get in touch with your local Cornish radio station by emailing: email@example.com
Or, just sit back listen and enjoy..
Cornwall based publishing house, Penryn Press,
is inviting local children to hunt for dragon eggs in Falmouth's Kimberley Park on the . The event, which is free of charge and open to all, will have an earliest start time of and a latest start time of and will culminate in a reading of the company's first publication Did You Know There Are Dragons In Cornwall in Falmouth Library at .
Local scout and guide groups have been invited to take part as well as children from the surrounding schools. The children will be given clues to hep them find the eggs and a prize once all six eggs are found. The event is an effort to encourage local children to get more involved in reading and explore their surroundings.
The student run business launched it's first publication last year and is hoping to find new talent amongst the local writing scene. More information about how to submit work and about the company in general can be found on their website at www.penrynpress.co.uk
Source FM would like to say a huge thank you to the Community Grants Programme, which is funded by the European Social Fund and the Skills Funding Agency for the offer of £14,000 funding which will support the delivery of a training scheme for unemployed individuals called ‘Thin Air’.
‘Thin Air’ gives Source FM the opportunity to provide free training to local unemployed people in radio production. It doesn’t matter if you are 19 or 90 Source FM want to hear from you. The courses will only take up a minimum of 3 hours a week and it is scheduled to run in 12-week blocks from November 2014 until March 2015. However, space is very limited and will be reserved on a first come first served basis.
Source FM are especially interested in hearing from the following groups:
·People with physical or learning disabilities or health conditions
·People aged over 50
·People from Ethnic Minorities
·People aged 20 to 25
If you fit any of the descriptions listed here and have an interest in producing your own radio show and maybe becoming the next Lawrence Reed then why don’t you get in touch with Station Manager – Matthew Rogers on 07789 746933 or email firstname.lastname@example.org The course begins in November and will run in 12-week-long blocks until March 2014.
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