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Walton Jubilee Jamoboree

Walton celebrates the 70th anniversary of our Queen's reign on Saturday 4th June with an all-day event in Walton High Street - the Jubilee Jamboree!

Radio Wey will be there too with plenty of great music, old and new, to keep everyone entertained and updated on the day's events.

So come along, join in the celebrations and say Hello!

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Thank you – WiFi Radios

A huge thank you to everyone who have been generous donating to our WiFi radio cause. We couldn't have done it without you! With your help we have been successful deploying WiFi radios around the wards at both hospitals.

Relative or Friend need cheering up?

If you have a relative or friend in Ashford or St. Peter's hospital, or perhaps isolating at home, and you'd like to send them a message and a dedication, then why not record a message on our request line on 01932 87 44 33 and we'll play your message and record choice!

Alternatively fill in the Request form on this page, and we'll read your message out for you.

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Stay Safe, Stay Healthy

Whether you are listening in hospital or remaining at home, we are here to keep you company and entertained with feel good music and healthy tips from a great selection of presenters, so listen in.

Above all, Stay Safe, STAY HEALTHY!

About Radio Wey

Broadcasting daily from our studios at St. Peter's Hospital, we have a variety of programmes to help make you feel good and informed, especially for the patients and staff at Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals, local care homes, and everyone seeking health and wellbeing in NW Surrey and Middlesex.
We're run entirely by volunteers with a passion for health and feel-good radio. Radio Wey has been broadcasting now for over fifty years supporting the local hospitals and those in need of healthcare and support in the community.

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Holme Farm Community Project

Joining Rob Day was his guest, Pippa Tucker-Brown from the Holme Farm Community Project. This new project in Woodham is being established to provide somewhere for people to go to get help. Find out more about it and how you can get involved.

Eternal Garden Ground Breaking

The first spade in the ground for the Eternal Garden, a vital project for the Healing Arts programme at the Trust. Hear the speeches from the ceremony Photo [Lto R] Marcine Waterman [Deputy Chair of the Trust], Andrea Lewis [Chief Nurse], Andy Field [Chair of the Trust], Rae Wilkinson [Garden Designer] and Mark Britton [From The Outdoor Room]

Baby Buddy

Andy Brown finds out more about the Baby Buddy app when he talks to Charlee Gladman, Lead Transformation Midwife at Surrey Heartlands. The app is relevant if you are going through pregnancy or have a new born child.

Well Being Hub at St. Peter’s Opening

The Well-Being hub at St. Peter's hospital was formally opened recently, and Andy Brown was on hand to catch the event. Photo: Andy Field, Kirsty Gallagher (guest of honour), Suzzane Rankin

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