The winner? It 'Asda be Radio Clatterbridge

Store manager Katie Coburn presents the cheque to our chairman Steve EvansRadio Clatterbridge volunteers are celebrating after picking up first prize in a supermarket competition for fundraising.

We are pleased to reveal that our charity collected the most green tokens at the Bromborough branch of Asda.

It means we have won £500, the top amount of funding, from the Asda Foundation.

Chairman Steve Evans collected the cheque from store manager Katie Coburn.

"My colleagues and I are extremely pleased. Thanks to you and Asda shoppers for your support and kindness." - Steve Evans, Chairman

Once we have found a bank big enough to accept it, the money will go towards our studio refurbishments and to enhance our broadband service.

Congratulations to runners up Horse Sense Wirral and Ferries Family Groups who will both receive £200.

The Asda Foundation distributes more than £1.2m to thousands of charities and good causes each year.

Thank you to everyone who voted for us.

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