Would you like to be part of a vibrant growing community radio station broadcasting around the world via the internet 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
We are looking for volunteers to join WA12Radio If you would like to be a part of a growing team here at WA12Radio then contact us to day.
What is a community radio station?
Our most important concept is to support the local community and local community organisations via studio and outside broadcasts etc.
To give local businesses in Newton and Earlestown who want to be involved an inexpensive medium through which they can promote themselves to the local community and beyond.
We want to get out there in to the community as much a possible, by attending and broadcasting local events, helping and by supporting other charity’s and local projects.
So where we involved in last year?
Mini & Junior Beauty Pageant: Shawnee Robinson is our local Beauty Queen and WA12Radio was pleased to assist her in her efforts to raise funds for “The Christie”
Christmas Grotto: Another well attended local event at the Boys & Girls Club which WA12Radio was proud to support and be a part of.
Christmas Lights Switch On: It was fantastic to see so many people in the Market Square for what was a memorable evening. WA12Radio provided all the music for the event whilst broadcasting it live.
Rotary Club Beer Festival: We broadcast this event live for all three days. Our presenters did there normal slots from the beer tent instead of the studio. It was a fun time and a great experience of being part of a team, thank you to all presenters that took part at the event.
Community Garden Project: Some of our presenters supported a local charity to help out with the planting of a new garden and replacing fence panels. WA12Radio was able to secure a donation from Trebaron Garden Centre by provided plants and shrubs, there were over 40 plants planted by children from Newton and Earlestown.
Charity Soul Night: We arranged a Northern Soul night for the local residents of Newton and Earlestown to bring back the memories of Wigan Pier.