We Need Your Ears

Are you a good listener? Do you like meeting new people? Have you got a good knowledge of popular music?

If you've answered yes to these questions, then we want to hear from you!

Join the team!

Radio Clatterbridge is recruiting volunteers to collect requests from patients, visitors and workers around Clatterbridge Health Park.

Requests are a vital part of our output. They form the key ingredient in the variety of music we play day in, day out.

You will need to give up a few hours every week to visit various parts of the health park. You will get to meet a wide range of interesting people and chat about their favourite songs.

These are extremely rewarding roles if you are prepared to devote the time. You will not be expected to broadcast on the air unless you wish to do so.

For further details about the station and how to apply, visit our page about joining the charity and print out an application form.

Please note that all request collectors will need to be checked by the Criminal Records Bureau.

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