Keelan Early from Claire HouseCoffee Club listeners have heard how they can help raise millions for a local charity.

Claire House volunteer co-ordinator Keelan Early popped over to Radio Clatterbridge to talk about the hospice and its fundraising events.

 

Sam and Karen with a sparkly Steve in the studioRadio Clatterbridge presenter Steve Evans donned some sparkly headware to help promote a new local fundraiser.

The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is holding its first ever Wear A Wig Day next week.

Sylvia Briercliffe on her bikeA cycling granny has told listeners how she's travelling a thousand miles in a year in aid of charity.

Sylvia Briercliffe, 85, from Eastham, called in to Radio Clatterbridge to reveal how she's nearly completed her quest.

Rachel Meadows from The Alzheimer’s SocietyThe Alzeimer's Society has unveiled plans on Radio Clatterbridge for a new service for people living with dementia in Wirral.

Coffee Club listeners heard how the free Side by Side scheme aims to reduce social isolation while empowering people to get out and about with the help of a volunteer.

Steve Sanderson outside The Clatterbridge Cancer CentreA man who expected to die more than 12 years ago has told Radio Clatterbridge how he's become a governor at the hospital that saved his life.

Steve Sanderson, who just been elected as senior governor at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, is urging others to get involved.

The existing gardenA campaign's been launched to create a new sensory garden for patients in the Health Park.

Coffee Club listeners heard how £25,000 is needed to update the existing facility at the Clatterbridge Rehab Centre.

Charlotte Love and Steve Jones from ARCH InitiativesThe boss of a Clatterbridge-based charity has been talking about its plan to help stop the drain on NHS resources.

ARCH Initiatives provides advice, information and counselling for drug and alcohol users, their families and those affected by substance misuse.

Wirral Singer Steve KhanA Wirral singer has revealed how he's performing again after being treated for throat cancer in Clatterbridge.

Steve Khan told listeners how he was diagnosed just 18 months after giving up his career in the NHS to sing full-time.

Amy Lomax runs towards her centuryA charity runner found time to stop for coffee as she reaches the final part of her quest to run 1,000 miles over 100 consecutive days.

Amy Lomax is raising money for a number of good causes including The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

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