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Radio Clatterbridge chairman Steve Evans has helped celebrate the second anniversary of a scheme which supports local cancer patients. More than ninety people attended the prestigious Living With And Beyond Cancer event at Liverpool Town Hall.
Good causes in Wirral are being encouraged to apply for grants after a new community fund was launched on Radio Clatterbridge. The scheme, run by the Wirral Care Foundation, offers small grants to anyone providing a service to improve the well-being of people across the borough.
Radio Clatterbridge has made a surprise visit to mark the retirement of one of the health park's most popular characters. As commissionaire of The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Ted Dillon has become one of the most recognisable people to staff, patients and visitors.
Radio Clatterbridge's series of interviews about patients living with and beyond cancer has continued with advice about getting active.
Listeners heard how experts in the health park are trying to change the attitude that rest is best.
Wirral-born comedian Pauline Daniels has shared her story about surviving breast cancer with patients in Clatterbridge.
The actress and comic, who was treated at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, returned to the health park to appear on our 20-hour programme marking breast cancer awareness month.
Two Radio Clatterbridge presenters are celebrating after broadcasting non-stop for 20 hours for breast cancer awareness month.
At 1am on Friday, weary-sounding Coffee Club hosts Ian Grant and Helen Sestan celebrated successfully presenting every programme for 20 hours.
Radio Clatterbridge is being taken over for the day as part of breast cancer awareness month.
Coffee Club presenters Ian Grant and Helen Sestan will be hosting every programme from 5am on Thursday to 1am the next morning.
A Radio Clatterbridge presenter has gone viral for showing off her soft side in the national fight against breast cancer.
Helen Sestan has made a memory quilt from vintage Tickled Pink t-shirts that she has collected over the years.
A group of Wirral sea cadets who have raised hundreds of pounds for a cancer charity have taken to the airwaves to keep their own organisation afloat.
Lt Dave Wynne from Bebington Sea Cadets and his wife Karen, an outpatient at Clatterbridge, called in to the studio following their fundraiser for Macmillan.
Cancer patients in Clatterbridge are being empowered to plan their own care and support, listeners have heard.
In the latest of a series of interviews, staff from Macmillan's Living With & Beyond Cancer scheme have been explaining all about the holistic needs assessment.
Time is running out for listeners to take part in a prize draw to raise money for a new sensory area on the health park.
The League of Friends has organised a raffle to support the appeal for the new garden in the annex to the stroke rehabilitation ward.
An up and coming Wirral band played live for our listeners after one of our presenters saw them rehearsing in their front garden!