We've Had Our Shredded Wheat!

Cereal Partners Products Radio Clatterbridge's breakfast programmes have a whole new meaning after the charity received news that it will be getting a donation from the makers of Shredded Wheat! Nestle's Bromborough-based Cereal Partners UK have agreed to give £500 to the station. Thanks to volunteer Steve Evans who approached the firm cap in hand. It costs thousands of pounds to keep Radio Clatterbridge on the air each year and all donations are gratefully received. Find out more about how you could help, by visiting our sponsorship page.

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  • How you can stop the scammers

    Sandra Scott from Home Instead Senior Care WirralListeners to Radio Clatterbridge have been warned of the dangers of scamming amid claims it is one of the most commonplace crimes in Wirral. It comes as one of the station's sponsors has begun to offer free advice about how to avoid being duped.
  • We're Right On The Money with BBC One

    Dom Littlewood gets it wrong, but John Perry is Right On The Money! (Credit: BBC Studios)The BBC were Right On The Money when they asked to film at Radio Clatterbridge for the national TV programme. But presenter Dominic Littlewood was left tongue-tied when we put him on air!
  • Tugboat Cath washes up at Radio Clatterbridge

    Cathy Roberts with Di GaskellA "woman with a washing line" who had no experience of sailing has explained how she took to the sea after recovering from a serious illness. Cathy Roberts, who owns a bookshop in Wirral, rescued a 70 year old tug boat after buying it from a used car salesman.