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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 listeners have voted Uptown Funk their favourite song of 2015.
The track, by British producer Mark Ronson, tops a poll of the most requested songs on the station over the last twelve months.
We have once again pulled a cracker with the unveiling of our festive programmes.
Christmas and New Year are all wrapped up thanks to the dedication of our team of volunteers.
Radio Clatterbridge listeners were elated to receive an early Christmas gift in the form of a live music session.
Musician Michael Moon returned to the station, hot on the heels of his recording Some Kind Of Crazy featuring as our Album Of The Week.
A former Radio Clatterbridge presenter has shown another side to her character after appearing in a production of Jekyll and Hyde.
Bethan Meredith received rave reviews after stepping into the limelight in a number of Merseyside theatres.
A man who expected to die more than 12 years ago has told Radio Clatterbridge how he's become a governor at the hospital that saved his life.
Steve Sanderson, who just been elected as senior governor at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, is urging others to get involved.
A campaign's been launched to create a new sensory garden for patients in the Health Park.
Coffee Club listeners heard how £25,000 is needed to update the existing facility at the Clatterbridge Rehab Centre.
A Wirral singer has revealed how he beat Ray Quinn in a singing competition - only for the West End star to go on to become a finalist of The X Factor.
Tom Spence appeared on the Coffee Club to talk about his music and share some of his songs.
People unable to visit Wirral Hospice St John's for the annual Light Up A Life event did not miss out, thanks to Radio Clatterbridge.
Listeners were able to hear the special service broadcast across the Health Park.
Radio Clatterbridge listeners are used to hearing great music on the air.
But never before has an Album Of The Week been written by a friend of the station.