Treating Yourself Well

Treating Yourself Well Radio Clatterbridge made sure listeners didn't miss out on the Health Park's first ever Treating Yourself Well day. The entire site was transformed into a mini Olympics site in a drive to encourage staff and their families to become more fit and healthy. Hundreds of people took part in events including yoga, basketball, netball, golf and football. Presenter Paul Johnston interviewed organisers to find out more about the event and spoke to Matt Williams (pictured centre) who won the road race which took place around the site. Liam Phoenix and Graeme White also hosted a live broadcast from outside the station's studios.

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