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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 learned more about the history behind Wirral's famous model village.
Port Sunlight was built by Lever Brothers boss William Hesketh Lever to house his soap factory workers.
Radio Clatterbridge is promoting a new film which explains the support available to people with cancer and their families and friends.
More Than Medicine has been made for Maggie's Centres, which have been based at the Health Park for just over a year.
Radio Clatterbridge listeners have heard all about a new project to find and support hidden carers in the local community.
Wirral CVS has been awarded £470,000 for the Carer's Mentoring Project to help unpaid adults who don't currently receive any support.
A charity runner found time to stop for coffee as she reaches the final part of her quest to run 1,000 miles over 100 consecutive days.
Amy Lomax is raising money for a number of good causes including The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.
Radio Clatterbridge has strengthened its links with a broadcaster from the Isle of Man.
Marc Tyley is a familiar voice to many Manx patients who travel to Clatterbridge for treatment.
Listeners could be forgiven for thinking they were getting the Real Deal when David Dickinson appeared to have taken over the airwaves at Radio Clatterbridge.
But they soon learned they weren't listening to the TV antiques expert - but a former Britain's Got Talent finalist.
Radio Clatterbridge has helped mark the first year of a new cancer support centre based on the health park.
Fundraising manager Joanne Dobbie came into the studio to tell listeners all about Maggie's Centre Merseyside.
The frontman of local indie group Idle Frets has made a welcome return to Radio Clatterbridge.
Ben Davies was back in familiar teritory when he came into the studio to play a series of acoustic tracks for listeners on the health park.
The man behind the BBC's new live TV chart show has ackowledged his roots at Radio Clatterbridge.
Fittingly, Steve Wynne presented a Top 40 show in the 1990s at the station.