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Radio Clatterbridge is a relatively small charity and we always face an uphill struggle to raise the cash needed to sustain a daily radio service.

Our studios sound and look fantastic, but the facilities come at a cost.

You could help us continue. All donations are gratefully received.

Raising funds at a supermarket bag pack

So how else do we do it? Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre have all generously donated money towards various projects over the years. 

We have attracted grants from major organisations as diverse as Littlewoods, the National Lottery, Mars, Halifax Bank of Scotland and British Gas.

We have also received financial support from the Port Sunlight Workplace Trust, Vauxhall Motors’ Employees’ Charity Fund and the Wirral Scouts & Guides Christmas Charity Post.  

Sadly though, it doesn't end there. As Radio Clatterbridge also broadcasts on AM to allow our programmes to be heard by people anywhere on the Health Park, it means there are increased running costs for the station.

 

Thankfully, we also have a range of business opportunities where companies can advertise, or sponsor a programme or feature.

Please follow this link to our dedicated page to learn more.

 

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