RSAB is the community radio station for St Austell, in Cornwall. We are run entirely by a small team of dedicated volunteers, and work very closely with local businesses to provide St Austell with a quality local, local radio station.
How We're Run:
The station is run by station manager Sheila Vanloo and a team of eager volunteers, we're always interested in hearing from people wishing to support us, or to get involved - the more the merrier! You can contact our volunteering team here to see how you can help!
FUNDRAISING FOR RSAB
Our fundraising for RSAB continues, if you would like to sponsor or help us in any way please contact Sheila by email - email@example.com or call 01726 65566. Every penny raised goes straight back into RSAB, none of our hard working team receive payment or expenses - we volunteer because we love local radio and our community. We support the town and outlying area and RSAB volunteers regularly attend charitable local events. We bring you all the local news/weather/traffic and travel and keep you informed on the things that matter to the people of Cornwall.
BINGO FUNDRAISER - Thursday 25th May
Jean Bragg and her lovely team at St. Austell Cricket Club have once again offered us a Bingo Night. St. Austell Cricket Club, Thursday 25th May, Doors Open 6pm Eyes Down 7pm Refreshments & Bar. Everyone Welcome. Usual mix of quality prizes to win.
We are still collecting donations of girts for bingo and raffle prizes, alo cakes etc for refreshments. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help
LIVE GENERAL ELECTION DEBATE ON RSAB. THURSDAY 1st JUNE 7pm
Last night's sheduled debate was postponed out of respect for the victim's of this week's atrocity in Manchester.
CANDIDATES standing in the General Election in St Austell and Newquay will be taking part in a live radio debate to answer your questions.
Radio St Austell Bay will broadcast the debate live with the candidates standing on Thursday 1st June at 7pm. The debate will be chaired by Richard Whitehouse from the Cornish Guardian.
The debate can be heard by tuning in to Radio St Austell Bay on 105.6FM in the St Austell area or online at www.rsab.org
And you will be able to watch the debate on Facebook Live.
If you have a question you would like to pose to the candidates please send it to email@example.com
RADIO ST. AUSTELL BAY - KEEPING IT LOCAL