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Ward Radio Appeal

Bedrock GOLD is featured on ward radio units at Queen's Hospital.
Our charity, Bedrock Radio, developed a solution to restore, free patient entertainment to the wards of Queen’s Hospital, Romford, without the need for patients to bring your own devices into hospital.

Our new 'Hospital Radio' system features new radios for the wards, providing free entertainment to patients and staff across Queen's Hospital, Romford. Aiding recovery, easing boredom and loneliness in patients.

Our ward radio's have been able to expand slightly on previous systems, and cover additional wards never served before.
We need your help to fund more radios and reach more patients.

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Your Choices & Voices

Control the playlist on request shows - Why not drop us a voice note on the Bedrock App and become part of the programme!

We put you in control of the playlist, so tell us what you want to hear!
Use the Bedrock Radio App to send us your requests, dedication and suggestions!

Get your voice on-air by sending us a short voice message! In app, press the speech bubble (top right) & select 'Record A Message'.
Send us your requests or even to say hello!

We look forward to featuring you on-air.

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Great Memories & Classic Hits
For East London & South Essex

Bedrock GOLD plays a mixture of Classic Hits from the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, we also feature local and national news that matters throughout the day.

We promote the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle and the importance of good personal mental and physical health to invoke Great Memories from yesteryear especially for older persons in hospital & across the community.

We’re a registered charity, operated by volunteers from Bedrock Radio