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PODCAST: How has the loss of Thomas Cook affected workers in our community

With the news of the collapse of Thomas Cook in September and the potential of 2,500 travel agents jobs being saved by Hays Travel, what about the thousands of other jobs in different areas of Thomas Cook have been affected. Sound Radio Wales and Community Voice presenter Paul Toal spoke to […]

Podcast: Crowds gather to greet the arrival on the new £2.5m Shannon Class Lifeboat at Rhyl

Anthony Kenneth Heard

The crowds came out to see the arrival of the new Shannon Class Lifeboat arriving at Rhyl Lifeboat station on Sunday 13th October. Sound Radio Wales was on hand to help create a celebratory with music and a live broadcast. The new £2.5m Shannon also known as the “Anthony Kenneth Heard” […]

Bee Watch – Honey and Wax – End of July

We have meandered through bee related events since Easter, tracking the seasonal forage and varied diet of honey bees and which forage is shared with bumble bees, other solitary bees, hover flies and other pollinators; all making the continuous presence of diverse seasonal food sources (forage) very important for bees, […]