Fresh look for Radio Clatterbridge studios and website

A whitewash - our decor was as old as the MiniDiscsWe've been having a spring clean at Radio Clatterbridge.

The decorators are currently working on a brand new look for our Clatterbridge Hospital studios.

It's the first time the station has been overhauled since we moved into the current building in 2001.

The main studio is being redesigned to accommodate guests and new equipment while the tired decor is being replaced with a brighter, more modern look.

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The work is set to be completed next month.

The refurbishment in Studio 1 is underway

Meanwhile, this website has also been given a fresh new image.

It's the seventh iteration of the website since it first launched 16 years ago - and promises simpler navigation and mobile-friendly pages.

Our transmitter and aerial mast has also recently had a service to enhance reception around the health park.


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