The Community Voice


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The Community Voice is a weekly community discussion and debate show with Paul Toal and Andrea Faulkner and special guests.  They will be discussing stories in the national and local news and debating how the North Wales communities may be affected by it.

Each week they will also have special guest in the studio from councillors, organisations, charities and the general public.

If you are interested in being part of the show email info@soundradio.wales.

The show goes out live every Tuesday afternoon from 1pm until 3pm, repeated on Thursday at 1pm and Sunday at 4pm.

New support for Welsh Independent Living Grant Recipients
LIKE our Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest from Sound Radio Wales Follow @SoundRadioWales Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services, Julie Morgan, has announced changes to the way care is delivered for people previously in receipt of the Welsh Independent Living Grant to ensure […]
Across North Wales we spend over £1 Billion on Social Care Is it good value ?
LIKE our Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest from Sound Radio Wales Follow @SoundRadioWales Across North Wales over one billion Pounds is spent on social care services but our care workers are often on minimum wage and face increasing responsibilities. Is compassion and good old […]
Community Voice – Vulnerable at Christmas
LIKE our Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest from Sound Radio Wales Follow @SoundRadioWales On this weeks community voice Fr Charles Ramsey from St Mary’s RC Church in Rhyl Joined Paul and Andrea to talk about some of the things happening this Christmas and how […]
WATCH: The Community Voice – Tuesday 4th December
LIKE our Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest from Sound Radio Wales Follow @SoundRadioWales Watch again this weeks episode of The Community Voice with Paul and Andrea … This weeks guest is Gareth Parry Jones. This weeks show they discussed immigration in the UK, I’m A […]
The Community Voice – Tuesday 27th November 2018
LIKE our Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest from Sound Radio Wales Follow @SoundRadioWales You can now watch Tuesday 27th November 2018 episode of The Community Voice with Paul Toal and Andrea Faulkner. Today’s guest are  Sharon Sadler who works as a support worker and Nathan Lee […]
PODCAST: Rhyl cancer victims ordeal following surgery “I now scare my Grandchildren”
LIKE our Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest from Sound Radio Wales Follow @SoundRadioWales What happened to Di following her surgery is a story of our services and how they are failing individuals. Di recounts her story on Sound Radio of the human cost of […]
The Community Voice – What’s on in November ?
LIKE our Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest from Sound Radio Wales Follow @SoundRadioWales Local and National News and current affairs every Tuesday between 1pm and 3pm. Paul and Andrea talk about forthcoming shows during November The first show on 6th November has as its […]
What happens next now Kingdom have gone and do council consultation matter ?
LIKE our Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest from Sound Radio Wales Follow @SoundRadioWales Watch again the last show with Paul Toal on Sound Radio Wales, this week he talks to Andrea Faulkner, Paul Pemberton from Denbighshire County Council and Barry Griffiths from Kinmel Bay […]
Benefits of Football in the North Wales Community and Volunteering
LIKE our Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest from Sound Radio Wales Follow @SoundRadioWales On todays show we talked about afterschool/sports clubs run by volunteers and what a difference they make. Paul and Andrea, with her son Casey, talked about what this has meant to him and […]
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