Headphone Heroes

Headphone Heroes Members of the Saturday Crew became the heroes of the minute, when they handed out new earphones to listeners - just in time for Christmas. There has been a lack of the headsets on some wards because of delays with a new broadcast system currently being installed. But patients are now listening to Radio Clatterbridge again, thanks to the 200 sets of earphones donated by the League of Friends as a temporary measure until the new bedsets are working. Saturday Crew presenter Dave Adams said, "Patients have been extremely grateful to receive the headphones, practically grabbing them!"

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