Scouts Do Their Best

Wirral's Scouts and Guides proved they really can do their best when they handed over a cheque for £1,000 to Radio Clatterbridge.

The donation came after the station was nominated as one of the charities to benefit from their latest Christmas post initiative.

 

Wirral Scout Post Logo

 

Chairman Steve Lord and fundraiser John Roberts attended the annual Scout Post Awards Ceremony at Wallasey Town Hall last night.

It was the 30th anniversary of the service and so far over £500,000 has been given to local charities with over 20 million cards processed.

The donation will go towards the set up and running costs of Radio Clatterbridge's new AM transmitter.

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