Sandra Scott from Home Instead WirralCoffee Club listeners have heard how they can help older people on their own this Christmas by simply buying them a present.

The idea comes from one of Radio Clatterbridge's sponsors, Home Instead Senior Care.

Co-presenters Dave Harvey and Liz Morton in the refurbished studio

Radio Clatterbridge is set to expand as a project to refurbish Radio Clatterbridge's main broadcast studio has been completed.

It's the first phase of a scheme which will eventually see the entire station overhauled and enlarged thanks to the hard work of a team of volunteers.

Joe Clarke tells presenter Di Gaskell about Spartacus Bubble FootballCoffee Club listeners have heard how people wanting to make money for charities in Clatterbridge can now do so wearing giant inflatable balls!

Joe Clarke, the creator of Spartacus Bubble Football, came into the studio to explain all about the fun phenomenon which is taking the fundraising world by storm.

Sue Welsh and Sue JamesRadio Clatterbridge listeners were able to listen to a tea party to mark the departure of two "valuable" members of staff from the health park.

Dr Sue Welsh and Sister Sue James retired after more than half a century of dedicated work between them in the Dermatology Unit at Clatterbridge Hospital.

Sherrie Hewson at the Wirral University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust's Proud Awards 2017Benidorm actor and former Loose Women host Sherrie Hewson has told Radio Clatterbridge she was "thrilled and proud" to host an annual awards ceremony for staff at Wirral Hospital.

The broadcaster, who also starred in Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Crossroads, told our presenter Steve Evans that she tried to make the Proud Awards as much fun as she could.

Tony Blackburn (Credit: RV1864)Radio Clatterbridge has paid tribute to a young upstart in the world of broadcasting, as Radio 1 celebrated it's 50th anniversary.

Dave Williams' Light and Early programme played the same first three songs as the BBC station exactly half a century after they were first introduced by former pirate radio DJ Tony Blackburn.

Helen LloydA day nursery founder, whose first husband died from cancer 21 years ago, has been telling listeners how she aims to raise £20,000 for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

Helen Lloyd opened Bluebells in September 1997 because she knew she would never have children with him.

Tamzin Jones from Age UK WirralRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how a Wirral charity is helping transform the lives of older veterans in the borough.

Age UK has launched the Joining Forces project for to those living locally aged 65 or over.