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The Hospital Broadcasting Service would like to thank the following for the funding they have provided in the form of grants which allow us to continue operating and to complete costly projects.

If you would like to make a donation to the running of the service, please click here.

Our Sponsors

Specsavers are a global brand with thousands of branches, and while they started life as opticians, they now provide a full range of optometry, audiology and other healthcare services to their customers.

We now have a sponsorship agreement with Specsavers- listen out for their messages at the top of each hour. Click here or their logo to visit.

Scottish Dental Care offer a full range of NHS and private treatments including routine care, cosmetic dentistry and teeth straightening and whitening in their growing number of modern clinics across Scotland.

Our Tuesday Open Line programme is now sponsored by Scottish Dental Care. Click here or their logo to visit.



Chemcem are a specialist civil engineering contractor based right here in Scotland. They provide a number of specialist services under one roof, including: bridge deck waterproofing, hydro-demolition, cathodic protection and concrete repairs.

We have received sponsorship for our Wednesday and Thursday Open Line request programmes from Chemcem. Click here or their logo to visit.


Snappy Shopper has all your grocery needs at your fingertips, they'll pick up your messages from your local store and deliver them to you within as little as 30 minutes. 

Snappy Shopper now sponsor our Friday evening Open Line. What's more, they're offering you a 50% discount on your first order; just use the coupon code radio50 in your basket before you checkout. Click here or their logo to visit.

A Magic Little Grant

We received a Magic Little Grant through the partnership between Localgiving and People's Postcode Trust.

People's Postcode Trust is a grant-giving charity funded by players of People's Postcode Lottery.

Localgiving is the UK's leading membership and support network for local charities and community groups. Hospital Broadcasting Service received £500 towards patient re-engagement.

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