Ian's Perfect 10

Radio Clatterbridge presenter Ian Grant proved he was the perfect 10 this week.

The Coffee Club host celebrated a decade on air with the station.

Ian Grant gets his certificate from Steve Lord

Chairman Steve Lord paid a surprise visit down to the studio to present Ian with his long service award from the Hospital Broadcasting Association.

Ian joined Radio Clatterbridge back in February 2004.

Vice President Vic Charles trained him up to take over the Tuesday Coffee Club programme before he move to Thursdays where he remains to this day.

Congratulations to Ian from everyone at the station.

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