Founded in 1951, Radio Clatterbridge is one of the oldest hospital radio stations in the world. We are a registered charity run entirely by volunteers dedicated to providing an around-the-clock service of music, entertainment and information to patients, staff and visitors to Clatterbridge Health Park, Wirral, UK.

We need about thirty people to continue operating at our current level. People can volunteer to take part in any aspect of station life. People give up their spare time to present, assist on programmes, report on sporting events, visit the wards and collect requests, and catalogue music in the record library.

Radio Clatterbridge is run by an annually-elected Executive Committee (see below).

Our latest news...

  • First airplay of new song from The Jagz

    The Jagz in the studio with Mike EveleighRadio Clatterbridge has been showcasing some new talent on the Merseyside music scene. The Jagz are a Wirral based indie-psychedelic rock quintet.
  • Lego Clatterbricks to build new hospital

    A model hospital (Credit: The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre)Listeners are being urged to buy a Lego brick to help fund Liverpool's first dedicated cancer hospital. The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is expanding into the city centre and to raise money for the move, they're also building a giant model replica of the building.
  • More people using Wirral's Advocacy Hub

    Di Gaskell with Sophie Smith and John McWilliams from Wirral Advocacy Hub Radio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how more and more health and social care professionals are training to understand how to support people who can't make important decisions for themselves. People such as social workers, nurses and doctors are being educated to consider how decisions need to be made in people's best interests.