Nat's Perfect 10

Radio Clatterbridge volunteer Natalie Kelly proved she's the perfect ten after celebrating a decade with the station.

Last weekend marked exactly ten years of Nat collecting requests on Saturday mornings.

Natalie Kelly receives her certificate from Chairman Steve Lord

Past ward visitors helped mark the occasion, including Christine Fitzsimons who took Nat around the wards on her very first day.

She was only just back from the wards with current request collector Ann Murray on Saturday when the surprise was sprung.

She received a Hospital Broadcasting Association long service award from station chairman Steve Lord.

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Nat has built up a good rapport with patients and staff over the last ten years.

One worker recently wrote to us to say how impressed he was with the way she talked to patients.

Nat has also been a stand-in presenter on the Saturday morning show for the last decade.

She will be back behind the microphone again on New Year's Day co-presenting the traditional Jingle Belles programme.

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