Money Money Money

Money Money Money Radio Clatterbridge has started the new year on a high, after two organisations were kind enough to donate money to the station. The Halifax Bank of Scotland Foundation has given the broadcaster £250 to fund new studio equipment. Meanwhile, the BBC Radio Merseyside Charitable Trust has donated £450 towards the production of new publicity material following a successful grant application. Radio Clatterbridge, which is a registered charity, would like to offer its sincere thanks to both organisations for their kindness.

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  • Bookworm Peter Grant on his love of Liverpool

    Peter GrantAn award-winning newspaper journalist has spoken of his love of Liverpool during a visit to Radio Clatterbridge. Peter Grant was a guest on the Coffee Club and shared some of his life story with listeners in the health park.
  • Artist Kate's legacy to Clatterbridge charity

    Kate DavisRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how the legacy of a former patient at Clatterbridge will benefit one of the charities on the health park. Kate Davis passed away in November 2015 at Wirral Hospice St John's but now her artwork is going on sale so others can also appreciate her talent.
  • More ways your shopping can help us

    Spend here and make us moneyDid you know that you can support Radio Clatterbridge just by doing your shopping? If you spend online, you can now help by shopping via the easyfundraising website without it costing you an extra penny.