Volunteers Wanted!

Would you like to work for 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 the following volunteers to help with WA12Radio.

  • Radio Presenters
  • News Readers
  • Administrators

If you are looking to join the growing team here at WA12Radio then contact us to day.

What is community radio.

Community radio is about being part of the community on and off from behind the mic.

We want to get out there in to the community as much a possible. by attending and broadcasting event, helping and supporting other charity’s and local projects.

So what have we been doing this year.

Charity Soul Night: We arranged a soul and mowtown night for the local residence of newton, to bring back the memories of Wigan pier.

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 trabaron garden centre by donation plants and shrubs, there were over 40 plants planted by children from newton and and earlestown.

Rotary Club Beer Festival: We broadcasted this event live for all three days.Oour 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 support WA12Radio at the event.


WA12Radio Supporting John Donlon With His Charity Single For Mental Heath

John Donlon a local singer songwriter from Newton-Le-Willows has released his debut song titled “Tell Me How Your Feeling Today”  by Johnny Dee Pop raising money and awareness for Mental Health Charities.

Johnny Dee Pop real name John Donlon has suffered from mental illness all his life.

The song is available to download from ITunes, Amazon and Google Play.

Every Penny of money raised will be going to Mental Health Charities.

John who’s charity campaign started 6 weeks ago has been getting an amazing response from people and organizations.

The story  has been covered by St Helens Report.  Also retweet’s throughTwitter have been sent by Stephen Fry, Beverley Callard, Alastair Campbell showing support.  Gail Potter and some of the main mental health charities have also followed to watch the progress of the charity appeal.

The appeal is on all social media websites including Twitter, Facebook, Google + Youtube and Instagram.  There is also a dedicated website been setup for the charity at www.johnnydeepop.com.

1 in 4 people suffer from different forms of Mental Illness.
We are asking anyone who would like to show their support and get involved by joining us on any of the social media websites or they can download the single helping to raise money.