Nat Takes A Break

Radio Clatterbridge's longest serving request collector is celebrating more than a decade years on the wards... with a well-earned break!

But Natalie Kelly is taking time off for good reason. She's having a baby!

The ever-smiling Natalie Kelly

Listeners to last weekend's In The Mix programme heard the announcement exactly 11 years to the day since Natalie collected her first request.

Natalie has also been a stand-in presenter on Saturday mornings throughout her time with us.

"Her first baby is due in November but our ever-smiling ward favourite says that she will be back when her life settles down a bit." - Dave Adams, Presenter

Radio Clatterbridge is currently looking for request collectors.

If you have an empathy with others and have an hour or so to spare each week, we would be grateful to hear from you.

A good knowledge of music helps but is not essential.

Learn more about how to join the station here.

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