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LATEST NEWS: Hope FM will be broadcasting live from CRE 2018. Click here to find out more.



Hope FM

Welcome to 90.1 Hope FM, broadcasting on 90.1 FM in Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch & surrounding areas in the UK and streaming live around the world. We aim to offer a mixture of positive and uplifting music and chat, highlighting all that is…


Since 2007 Hope FM been delivering a mix of inspirational Contemporary Christian Music and uplifting programmes to the communities of Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch and beyond.

As a community station not only do we deliver great music, news, and local insight, we provide a platform for the community – working with local charities, schools and businesses, Hope FM gives you a voice.

From free radio training to interactive outside broadcasts, school work experience placements to exciting volunteer opportunities – Hope FM has a place for you.

With a strong Christian ethos Hope FM strives to serve the whole community, highlighting all that is good and positive.

HOPE FM @ CRE 2018

This year, for the first time, HOPE FM is partnering with the Christian Resources Exhibition (CRE) and will be broadcasting live from the event every day from 16th – 18th October.

Christian Resources Exhibition returns to Sandown Park, in Esher, Surrey next month with 200 exhibitors, displaying everything from computers and sound systems to cyber security, musical instruments and motorcycle funerals!

Experts fill every aisle, guiding visitors through the complexities of local ministry resources in an ever-changing world. More than 50 free seminars on a host of practical subjects will take place throughout, providing inspiration and innovation for every member of any congregation.

There’ll be music from the legendary Bryn Haworth and UK contemporary worship song-writer Stuart Townend; drama from Saltmine Theatre Company and a lunchtime chat show hosted by Rev Cindy Kent, MBE, former lead singer of 60s band The Settlers.

Parking at Sandown Park is free with hundreds of places available, or go by train. Only 25 minutes from London Waterloo, there’ll be a courtesy bus running between Esher station and Sandown Park.

The day-of-admission price at CRE 2018 is £8 but if you pre-register your ticket will cost just £4. Come in a group of three or more and your ticket is just £3.

All you have to do is:

The opening hours of CRE 2018 at Sandown Park are:

Tues, 16 and Wed 17 Oct, 10am-5pm; Thu 18 Oct, 10am-4.30pm.

Visit www.creonline.co.uk for more information.