Scouts' Stamp Of Approval

Radio Clatterbridge have got the stamp of approval from local Scouts and Guides after picking up a donation from their Christmas Charity Post.

The station was one of 18 local charities to benefit from the annual fundraiser.

Steve Lord is presented with the cheque

Chairman Steve Lord was presented with a cheque for £1,000 from the Mayor of Wirral at a special presentation evening at Wallasey Town Hall last night.

The Charity Post is a joint venture between 46 Scout groups, 2 Guide units, 3 Ranger units and 5 Guide districts who between them deliver Christmas cards across Wirral each December.

Scroll down to hear our interview with Wirral Charity Post organiser Richard Twemlow

In 2013, over £27,000 was donated to Wirral charities. Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends and the North West Air Ambulance were amongst the others to benefit.

Moreton Boys' Brigade / Girls' Brigade Band entertainsthe audience

Last night's event began with the Moreton Boys' Brigade / Girls' Brigade Band entertaining the audience and ended with excerpts from a gang show performance.

Steve Lord was supported by Dave Adams who put together the application.

Find out more about the Wirral Charity Post here

Paul Johnston speaks to Richard Twemlow from the Wirral Charity Scout Post for Radio Clatterbridge by Radio Clatterbridge on Mixcloud

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