The community radio station from Dorchester has been running for over two years now and listeners in Dorset County Hospital are able to listen via the Internet on their personal devices such as a smartphone, tablet or laptop with headphones/ear buds etc, or, of course, an FM radio on 106.3.
If you would like to be involved with KeeP 106 there are many ways to do so. We need volunteers including presenters, technicians, production assistants, fundraisers and local event reporters.
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Ron Kingman is auctioning his 1948 MG TC classic car on Friday 30th July and is hoping that it will raise thousands of pounds for Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance (DSAA).
After approaching South Western Vehicle Auctions (SWVA) in Poole, Ron amazingly informed them that he wanted all proceeds from the sale to be donated to the charity. Subsequently, SWVA have also agreed to donate their 6% commission fee as well. (more…)
A farming couple from Dorchester have come up with a colourful way to raise money for the Special Care Baby Unit which helped their premature son, as he celebrates his18th birthday.
Organisers Richard and Hazel Hoskin have created a 20 acre Dorset Sunflower Trail on their land at Maiden Castle Farm, which is nestled at the foot of historic Maiden Castle in the county town of Dorchester.
With just three weeks until the highly anticipated launch, the trail is expected to be ready by the week of 9th August – but sooner if glorious sun keeps shining. (more…)
Gaming: obsessive and addictive behaviour. A Portland group offers help • Portland Port keeps its business head above water without cruise ships • First instalment of the Port’s history • Keep106 is three – chairman has plans for our future • Section 106 in Littlemoor – hands off OUR cash says councillor! • Weymouth’s BID former chief looks back
Investigation: when obsessive gaming becomes an addiction • Dorchester: how will County planning “protocol” affect town? • Gardening: it shouldn’t cost the earth says our expert • Second hand cars: buy now with salesman’s lingo explained • Charity: The Horse Course turns to gardening • Reading from “Blood Moon Rising”, new book from local author
Killer cows; why we should all take care even on public footpaths • Plenty of work, but where are the staff asks Chamber of Commerce boss •The Weymouth Repair Café, soon to re-open, fixes the unfixable • For peat’s sake – our gardening expert talks compost • We meet the new Weymouth mayor • Those harbourside railings again! • And responsible crabbing • Welcome to the brand new award winning MV Freedom
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