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Top of the League Radio Clatterbridge today joined in the celebrations at the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends celebrated its fiftieth anniversary. Station chairman and League member, Vic Charles, joined other volunteers for a special luncheon held within the hospital grounds. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Johnston was on hand to chat to League chairman, Philip Owen, and various other guests. The interviews were later broadcast on Radio Clatterbridge. For more information about the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends, click here.

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