More Than Medicine

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.

Maggie's Centres' More Than Medicine campaign

The staff at the Clatterbridge facility are this week's Team of the Week and have selected their favourite tunes to be played each day until Friday.

Presenters will also be telling listeners about the animation, which explaints the practical, emotional and social support provided by the charity.

"More Than Medicine and the social media campaign will help us to raise awareness of Maggie’s and the programme of support we provide for those living with cancer along with their family and friends" - Sarah Matthews, Maggie's Marketing Director

The charity is using the hastag #morethanmedicine on social media so it can reach more people who need support to find their way through cancer.


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