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Drop in and see us in our new Nelson premises at Founders Park (or give us a call) and tell us how you’d like to be on air with Fresh FM! Community Access radio is all about our community and the many incredible people we have living in our region.
Stories By, For and About the Top of the South — all it takes is you to get the ball rolling!
What is Access Radio?
That’s the sort of question we hear a lot at Fresh FM – as do our colleagues at the other 11 Community Access stations around the country. And we understand… it’s not always easy for people to ‘get’ what we’re all about. So we’ve collated the most frequent questions about what we do and put them together in an easy-to-read format, with straight-forward answers. Click on the Question Mark button at left, or use THIS LINK to go to the page. And if you want to know more, we’d be happy to hear from you.
Fresh FM fundraiser
Our Green Roadie is a Nelson-made documentary that reveals the lives of 50 ordinary Kiwis who have made the decision to live and work in a greener way. They are the people who are living proof that small changes can make a big difference in all our lives.
Meet director Emma Heke and watch Our Green Roadie at a special screening on Tuesday May 21 at the Village Theatre in Takaka. Doors open at 7.30pm and the film screens at 8pm. The bar will be open for refreshments before the screening. Tickets are $12 for adults, $7 for kids and $10 for students and all proceeds will help support Fresh FM.
We’d like to thank the Mussel Inn, Schnapp Dragon Distillery and The Sandcastle of Pohara for their generous support of this event.
Most of all, thanks to Emma Heke for a) making the film, and b) giving her time to be there on the night to talk about why and how she set out on that journey. It promises to be a wonderful night – we hope you’ll join us!
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Fresh FM gratefully acknowledges funding from our two local Councils: