Christmas Swing

Firtrees restaurant launched its Christmas lunch menu with a swing thanks to Radio Clatterbridge.

Presenter Steve Lord hosted a special show live from location.

Mike Moon and guests perform to diners at Firtrees

Friend of the station musician Mike Moon and his special guests entertained dinners from the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre and the Wirral Limb Centre.

If you would like to book a table contact Firtrees directly. The price is £6 for staff and £7 for visitors.

Firtrees is open 8am-4pm, Monday to Friday.

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