Phil Rostance with undefeated lightweight prospect Sean 'Masher' DoddUndefeated lightweight professional from Birkenhead Sean "Masher" Dodd went the distance on Phil Rostance's Coffee Club show.

Masher fights on the undercard of the British and Commonwealth heavyweight title bill between David Price v Sam Sexton on Saturday 19th May 2012 at Liverpool's Aintree Racecourse. The fight is also featured on Sky Sports.

Steve Lord at the start of the 2012 Wirral Egg RunThe 32nd Wirral Egg Run took place today and, for the first time, Radio Clatterbridge went along for the ride.

While we have been covering the charity fundraiser for years as it blossomed into a massive event, we have never been able to travel with the bikers to Clatterbridge all the way from New Brighton.

Claire House Children's HospiceRadio Clatterbridge has proved again that it is at the heart of the community, with a live broadcast from Claire House.

Presenter Steve Lord was on hand as the children's hospice held one of its regular open days to welcome visitors for a guided tour around the hospice and its facilities.

The outside broadcast equipment in FirtreesRadio Clatterbridge presenter and chairman Steve Lord broadcast live from Firtrees restaurant this lunchtime. 

Steve caught up with manager Peter Evans and his staff as the hospital restaurant celebrated its recent renovation.

 

Lauren Knights from Claire HouseRadio Clatterbridge broadcast all the latest news from Claire House this evening. 

Lauren Knights, Marketing and Communication Executive at the charity, visited the studio to tell presenter Steve Lord about their latest fundraising events.

 

Rev Sheila PrestRadio Clatterbridge today welcomed a minister of not one but three churches to the studios.

Rev Sheila Prest joined Phil Rostance for the Coffee Club to talk about Ash Wednesday, Lent and a range of other topics. 

Wirral Scout Post LogoWirral's Scouts and Guides proved they really can do their best when they handed over a cheque for £1,000 to Radio Clatterbridge.

The donation came after the station was nominated as one of the charities to benefit from their latest Christmas post initiative.

Dave HarveyThe numbers have come in for teacher and Radio Clatterbridge stalwart Dave Harvey.

Dave, who joined with the station in 1988, has become the charity's new treasurer.

Michael BubléMichael Bublé has bubbled to the top of Radio Clatterbridge's request chart for 2011.

The Canadian singer only just scraped into the previous year's countdown - at number 25.

John RobertsOnce again, Radio Clatterbridge will be broadcasting right across the festive season this year with a range of special programmes. 

In the week before the big day, listen out for Carols at Christmas.

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