Help! We need your votes.

aviva tescoThere are two new ways you can help Radio Clatterbridge - simply by voting for us.

We're nearing the end of our project to refurbish our studios and the station building but we need one final push to raise the money needed to complete the work.

The Aviva Community Fund returns again this year and we are hoping we will be award even more than last year.

The earlier you vote the more chance we have - so please click on the link now.

Voting closes on 20th November 2018. Vote here.

Meanwhile, Tesco Heswall is celebrating its 25th anniversary and we are delighted to have been chosen as one of the good causes to benefit from the store's latest Bags of Help projects.

Tesco... providing Bags Of Help to Radio Clatterbridge

We are up against the North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust's project to provide a defibrillator in the community and Hilbre High School's plans for an eco garden.

We will all benefit from at least £1000, but exactly how much we get depends on you.

Your votes mean we could quadruple that amount.

So next time you do your shopping, don't forget to collect your blue token from the cashiers or help yourself at the self-service tills.

The store has helped 21 local projects like ours receive a total of £146,000 since 2016 so your vote could really make a difference.

Voting closes on 1st January 2019.

Thank you!

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