Dave Adams receives the Philip Owen AwardChanges are afoot at the Clatterbridge Hospitals' League of Friends - with two Radio Clatterbridge presenters taking up new roles.

Dave Adams becomes Vice President of the charity which raises funds to improve the experience of patients in the health park.

Dave AdamsRadio Clatterbridge presenter Dave Adams has been re-elected as Vice Chairman of the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends.

Station chairman Steve Evans made the formal proposal for the entire committee at the League's 63rd annual general meeting.

Ken Arnold chats to Dave Adams in the studioTime is running out for listeners to take part in a prize draw to raise money for a new sensory area on the health park.

The League of Friends has organised a raffle to support the appeal for the new garden in the annex to the stroke rehabilitation ward.

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