Stirling City Radio community station has launched a bid to get people talking and tackle loneliness across Stirlingshire. The ‘Happy to chat’ campaign will see cafes, restaurants and bars across the area encouraged to invite customers to take a ‘Happy to chat’ card to pop on their table if they are happy to be joined […]

Volunteers from Stirling City Radio are taking on a range of challenges as part of the virtual Kiltwalk this month to raise funds for the community station. The team is hoping listeners across the area will back their efforts and donate towards their cause. Presenters Lauren McQuade, Nikki Johnston and Ryan Baker, and Stirling Community […]

Stirling Community Media SCIO, the charity which operates Stirling City Radio, is holding its first Annual General Meeting on Monday 24 August 2020 as an Online event. You can register to attend the AGM through Eventbrite. The Trustees Annual Report is available for download here. The papers for the AGM are available for download here.

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Stirling City Radio’s breakfast show presenter Graham Taylor is set to undertake fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support by attempting an ambitious 700 mile cycle challenge ‘2020 Ride For Elaine’ in memory of his wife who died of lung cancer. Starting on 13 July, Graham will combine his Good Morning Stirling breakfast show each day with […]

Stirling Community Media has published the Stirling City Radio Impact Report for 2019/20. Produced before the lockdown began, this stunningly visual booklet explores just some of Stirling City Radio’s story over the past 18 months. You can download the report by clicking on: SCR_ImpactReport_2019

Stirling City Radio’s Beezer app has been an essential communication tool that’s helped to propel the station’s continuing growth, as Station Manager James Russell told Beezer developers: “We’re an internet-based radio station, so it was really important for us to have a communication tool. And at first, we went the conventional route – we had […]

The Go Forth Stirling BID team is providing sneeze shields and floor stickers, which highlight the two-metre social distancing rule, to support the city’s businesses. The aids have been delivered to various shops and restaurants, including Archie’s Pet Shop, The Blue Lagoon, Europa Music and Stirling Health Food Store, as part of the BID’s #KeepingStirlingSafe […]

Developing the Young Workforce has created a jam-packed programme of content aimed at supporting young people leaving school this summer to take their next steps in life. A series of sessions have been created to support both young people, parents and carers delivered through the DYW Skills Academy, Scotland’s Biggest Parent’s Events and the E-DYW […]

The 90s undoubtedly marked the Golden Age of underground music zines cataloguing subcultural movements. Without an avalanche of Tumblr accounts offering endless information on what your favourite band is wearing, Soundcloud recommendations about who to listen to next, or Twitter documenting your most-loved guitar player’s childhood fear, publications such as the pioneering DIY zine Sniffin’ […]

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