Giving Tuesday - 26 hours of Community Radio on shmuFM

Station House Media Unit’s shmuFM is kicking off its first ever Giving Tuesday at 9am on 27th November with 26 hours of live community radio broadcasting.

Date added: 20/11/2018

shmu launches emergency community support fund

We’re very excited to announce the launch of shmu Supports, an initiative which will disperse grants of between £500 and £2000 to any constituted community-based group which operates in Aberdeen, with a priority on groups who support residents in the regeneration areas of the city. 

Date added: 13/05/2020

Woodside Free Press being Delivered

The volunteers involved with the Woodside Free Press community magazine and the support team at shmu are passionate about continuing their magazine during this time. Woodside Free Press is put together by volunteers in partnership with shmu and its purpose is to share important local information, celebrate the community and encourage positive social change around the issues the community is passionate about. 

Date added: 05/05/2020

shmu - very much open for business

In light of the latest advice from the government and the NHS regarding coronavirus, we have made the difficult decision to close our building temporarily.  This means that for the foreseeable future we will be working remotely and broadcasting community information in a different format.

Date added: 28/04/2020

57 North Aberdeen Music Sector Survey

Are you involved in music in Aberdeen?

Fill out the 57 North Aberdeen Music Sector Survey.

We’re trying to understand how the sector is currently operating (and realise that is now changing on a daily, even hourly, basis), where there are gaps and how they are bridged, and how we can target those gaps.

Date added: 28/04/2020

Prison Radio Request Campaign

As part of our ‘Staying Connected’ project, our team have been working on a prison radio request campaign to get messages of support and music requests into the prison through our daily radio show – Grampian Lowdown.

Date added: 28/04/2020

Tell Us campaign up and running

Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak, our organisation has had to adapt the way that we share information and celebrate the regeneration areas and other vulnerable communities at this challenging time and as a result we have established the Tell Us campaign.

Date added: 24/04/2020

Sam's Volunteering Story

I spent over a quarter of a decade with addictions and working worldwide in a job I loathed which led to greater money and greater addictions.   Early 2017 I committed suicide, 5 operations later I was released after a week, only to do the same again start of 2018. 

Date added: 15/04/2020

shmu Annual Report 2018-19

This is our Annual Report for the financial year 2018-19

Date added: 01/12/2019

Stephen Baxter

Presenter for Don't Knock the Rock

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