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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.
A local author has told Radio Clatterbridge how John Lennon paid her a secret visit to repay an old debt.
Bromborough-born Ursula Wilde revealed the story during an interview on the Coffee Club about her new autobiography.
Radio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how an inadvertent appeal on social media has lead to a local charity being inundated with alcohol.
Drinks donations have been pouring in to Wirral Hospice St John's after an old request re-emerged on Facebook.
Radio Clatterbridge listeners went Back To The Future with a musical tribute to the film franchise.
Afternoon Edition presenter Andy Bonner hosted the special on the day that the movie's main characters arrived after time-travelling from 1985 to 2015.
Radio Clatterbridge listeners had a Lovely day when an author returned from America to talk about her new book.
Joyce M Lovely, a former patient at Clatterbridge, flew over from Maine to recall growing up in Liverpool during the war years.
Radio Clatterbridge volunteers old and new have joined one of our longest serving presenters to celebrate a quarter century at the station.
Dave Adams marked 25 years on Saturday mornings with a host of friends who have helped him over the decades.
The boss of a Clatterbridge-based charity has been talking about its plan to help stop the drain on NHS resources.
ARCH Initiatives provides advice, information and counselling for drug and alcohol users, their families and those affected by substance misuse.
A Wirral singer has revealed how he's performing again after being treated for throat cancer in Clatterbridge.
Steve Khan told listeners how he was diagnosed just 18 months after giving up his career in the NHS to sing full-time.
A local singer has revealed to Radio Clatterbridge how she's turned to crowd-funding to pay for her latest album.
Caroline England has been making Faking Wonderful for the last three years but now needs help from her fans to bring it to the market.
Coffee Club listeners heard a Titanic story when a historian recounted the fateful events which led to the sinking of the largest moving man-made object in the world.
Ken Pye visited the Radio Clatterbridge studio to explain why RMS Titanic was such a special ship - and what went wrong.