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At Scotpod Radio, we like to support our listener’s in the community, through our broadcasts and web pages, providing a platform to showcase their determination and challenges for all types of community involvement.

On this page are just some of the exciting and challenging events that our listeners are involved with….

If You would like your community news shown, then let us know.  

Peter McMillan & Aaron Russel are fund raising by completing a

The community of Dunoon are fighting to Save Castle Toward, they aim to purchase this historically and culturally important site using the Scottish land reform act and return the estate to the public as a community space and a vehicle to help regenerate south Cowal and the wider community.


Want to get involved?

If you would like to help Save Castle Toward, find out more on their official website at: http://www.savecastletoward.com/


Our very own Scotpod outside Mobile Broadcast unit was transformed into a mobile Ballot Station to assist the community villagers in remote areas to place their vote of “YES”.

Check out our Outside Broadcast Unit….

The 1st/3rd Johnstone Scouts Group recently called in to the Scotpod studio to see how a radio broadcast was presented. Our very own Captain John Manning and presenter David Harvey showed them the ropes…

Skydiving to help save lives! *"please donate and help me reach my goal!"*

https://www.justgiving.com/Pete-McM/

Peter and a friend from work were asked if they wanted to take part in a tandem skydive on the 10 August 2014 for Cancer Research UK. Having both known people who have suffered or lost their fight against cancer they decided to take up the challenge.

Please donate if you can to assist them in reaching their goal and to help raise much needed funds for research into new treatments in the fight against cancer.

You can also donate upwards of £1 by FREE texting : OCCB69 and your amount to 70070 (no network charge)

         Glasgow Clyde College South Africa project April 2015


Glasgow Clyde College students are raising money to travel to South Africa for a project working in deprived communities, hospitals and educational establishments. They will be also working with children in an orphanage.  For more information Contact them at https://twitter.com/CardonaldinSA