Ken Arnold, chairman of Clatterbridge Hospitals League of FriendsCoffee Club listeners have heard how some of Clatterbridge's most inspirational volunteers have raised thousands of pounds for new equipment in the hospital.

The League of Friends has donated almost £8,000 to help with skin treatment for patients.

Hospital boss David AllisonHospital meals may not be known for their culinary perfection, but listeners to the Coffee Club have heard how they're changing perceptions at Clatterbridge Hospital.

Presenter Phil Rostance has been sharing the news that Wirral Hospital NHS Trust has been recognised in a national survey for the quality of its food.

Tina LongRadio Clatterbridge listeners heard first hand how Wirral Hospital NHS Trust is promoting excellence in healthcare standards for patients.

Nursing Director Tina Long visited the station to talk about a range of health initiatives.

Annie Atkinson from Wirral Mothers' Milk BankWhen it comes to children, Radio Clatterbridge presenter Phil Rostance knows what's best.

So it only seemed appropriate that the dad-of-five should interview the manager of the Wirral Mothers' Milk Bank when she visited the station.

Jade Barrett from The Clatterbridge Cancer CharityThe Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is on target to raise £1.4m before next April.

But Community Fundraising Manager Jade Barrett told listeners to Phil Rostance's Coffee Club there's still a long way to go.

Phil Rostance with undefeated lightweight prospect Sean 'Masher' DoddUndefeated lightweight professional from Birkenhead Sean "Masher" Dodd went the distance on Phil Rostance's Coffee Club show.

Masher fights on the undercard of the British and Commonwealth heavyweight title bill between David Price v Sam Sexton on Saturday 19th May 2012 at Liverpool's Aintree Racecourse. The fight is also featured on Sky Sports.

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