Lighting Up Lives

Lighting Up Lives Radio Clatterbridge tonight provided coverage of the 2004 Light Up A Life service at St John's Hospice. Hundreds of people turned out for the event, which raised tens of thousands of pounds for the hospital-based charity. Presenter Vicki Wood introduced proceedings. Listeners who were unable to leave their wards were then treated to music from the Salvation Army Band, Weatherhead School Choir and the St John's singers. More photographs of the service are available here.

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