Sue Ryder is a British palliative, neurological and bereavement support charity based in the United Kingdom. The organisation provides care and support for people living with terminal illnesses and neurological conditions, as well as individuals who are coping with a bereavement.
Help us be there when it matters. Last year, over 15,000 volunteers supported us across the charity, and without them, we simply couldn’t achieve our ambition to provide more expert care for more people. Come along and join our friendly team in the Prestwick Shop to help raise money for this worthwhile cause.
ZYA is a Scotland-based community interest media company supporting women and marginalised communities. Interested in lived experiences, the arts, and social justice we believe in equity, compassion in understanding and integrity in our approach.
We showcase media content relating to our areas of interest resonating with the communities we support. Community-led we co-create arts-based projects with people and organisations focused on centring marginalised experiences, inspiring action and informing sustainable progression.
We are one of Scotland's oldest hospital radio stations and are sorely run by a dedicated and passionate team of volunteers.
We have been providing entertainment in Ayrshire since 1953 under the name Ayr Hospitals Relay Radio. We started at Somerset Park, the home of Ayr United Football Club broadcasting football commentaries and playing music before the match and at half-time.
In 1981, a three-and-a-half hour music programme started on Sundays.
We now broadcast from within University Hospital Ayr which has been our home since 1990.
More recently, in 2018 we upgraded our studio to a state-of-the-art modern digital studio working with industry leading manufacturers such as local company Clyde Broadcast and Broadcast Radio thus allowing us to continue providing a service for the people of Ayrshire, the local community and beyond for years to come.
We are here to help lift the mood and aid the recovery of inpatients at Ayr and Biggart Hospitals. We bring a friendly and local sound and have a variety of presenters playing all styles of music from the Golden Oldies to the One-Hit-Wonders and the Modern Day Hits
We broadcast over the internet allowing us to reach the local community and anywhere around the world. Listen Live here on our website or via the TuneIn app on your mobile phone or tablet
We are a pan-Ayrshire group of community volunteers who sit with people who are dying; we also offer respite and support to those with families who need a break. We aim to ensure No-one Dies Alone by providing training and support to volunteers who will sit with people who are dying and alone, or with families who need some support.