The community radio station from Dorchester

Surviving Winter Appeal

This interview was first featured in Ridgeway Magazine in October 2018.

As many as 400 Dorset residents in fuel poverty may die of the cold this winter. The charity Surviving Winter is there to help and their CEO talks about its work.

More information:-

GO Girls! – Important info for all women! 25th Jan 2019

Hilary Maxwell from this excellent support group talks about Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, and much more including the group’s association with the Robert White Centre at Dorset County Hospital.

Go Girls is a support charity for women with a gynaecological cancer. For more information see the Go Girls website.

Vital information for women who have not had a potentially life-saving smear test.

Post-natal Depression – a Weymouth group may be able to help…

Weymouth councillor Tia Roos has set up a support group called Mother Hubbard’s Mums’ Coffee Group for mums suffering from post-natal depression or other health issues. Tia called in to the studio to explain how the group might be able to help.

Contact details: 07549 913051 or 01305 787940

More info in this Dorset Echo article

Dorchester Neighbour Car Scheme 10th Jan 2019

Joan Hutson called in to the studio to chat about the Dorchester Neighbour Car Scheme which is run by volunteers and helps elderly people get to health appointments such as hospital, doctor, dentist, etc.

More details:
Tel: 01305 269330

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Mike Watson Digital Champion 4th Jan 2019

Mike Watson is a volunteer for Superfast Dorset and is one of their 50 Digital Champions who provide help and guidance for people who have little knowledge of the use of modern technology – i.e. computers, smartphones and tablets, etc. In this interview he explains to Rob Mott how they can help.

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