Cabin FM 94.6

Welcome to the Cabin FM 94.6 website - the home of Herne Bay's very own community radio station.

Packed full of news, events, local information & more on our great little town.

You can listen across Herne Bay on 94.6 FM and across the world online.

Most recent 5 news stories...

On Sunday 8th November, Cabin FM transmitted a simulcast of the Remembrance Sunday service held at the Cenotaph in Herne Bay's War Memorial Park. This is the link to re-live, or watch for the first time, the Act of Remembrance for 2020.

Cabin Fm are pleased to announce a special advertising package to support the reopening of businesses in Herne Bay and surrounding areas.

We can offer a huge reduction in our ratesto give the chance to tell your customers of your reopening.

We can offer a fully produced advert, with 3 plays per day, 7 days a week for 4 weeks for just £45.00 plus £20 production fee. Thats a reduction of 50% on our normal rates.

For more details please call or email our sales team on 07975674261 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The following are details of the Coronavirus guidance which is effective from Wedensday 13th May.

As has always been the case, anyone who has symptoms of coronavirus should continue to self isolate and not leave their house for any reason.


Continue to work from home wherever possible. If you cannot work from home, you should travel to your workplace if it is open. Workplaces should implement the new “COVID-19 Secure" guidelines which are available on the UK Goverment website.

A number of local businesses are offering a delivery service for those who can't, or choose not to go out  during the current pandemic. These are the shops that we are aware are currently offering this service, along with their telephone numbers:

Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for COVID-19.

Downing street say his symptons are mild and that he is self isolating and will continue to lead the country's fight against COVID-19