Radio Clatterbridge volunteers are recovering this evening, after each walking 15 miles around the Wirral coastline to raise money for the station. The seven-strong team put on their walking boots to make it from the Seacombe Ferry Terminal on the River Mersey to Thurstaston Country Park on the banks of the River Dee. Thankfully, the weather...

News Justin Former Radio Clatterbridge presenter Justin Madders has been re-elected leader of Ellesmere Port and Neston Borough Council. The 35 year old from Little Sutton will be the final councillor to head the authority, before it is replaced by the new Cheshire West and Chester Council next April. A solicitor by day, Justin was a regular volunteer at...

An Epic Idea Radio Clatterbridge has come up with an epic idea to advertise its service to patients. The station has designed a movie-style poster to highlight the various pop stars who can be heard on air. It also encourages listeners to phone the station with their own requests for music. The posters will be displayed in wards around the hospital from...

I Love Clatterbridge Afternoon Edition presenter Andy Bonner is to declare his love for Clatterbridge on television! Andy, who is also a reporter for ITV Granada, has been filming in the hospital today for a new series of reports on favourite places in the region. The 32 year old took a camera on to ward M1 to collect requests from patients, and then read them out...

Best Foot Forward Radio Clatterbridge presenters will be putting their best feet forward next month, when they take part in the annual Wirral Coastal Walk. The volunteers will join hundreds of other people aiming to raise money for local charities on Sunday 18th May. It will be the sixth time the walkers have taken part in the event, organised by the Rotary Club...

Spinning The Discworld Radio Clatterbridge's very own thespian takes to the stage this week, with her take on one of Terry Pratchett's Discworld books. Bethan Meredith will be acting in Woolton Drama Group's version of Mort. The Saturday Crew member also appeared in the group's pantomime last year, and helped with the costumes. Published in 1987, the novel was the...

Caught On Camera Former Radio Clatterbridge presenter Chris Noble has been back to the studios to capture our volunteers in action. Chris is currently studying for exams with the British Institute of Professional Photographers and The Royal Photographic Society. As part of his training, Chris is entering a series of photographic competitions. One of those is...

Band On The Walk Wirral rockers Daywalker have made a welcome return to the Radio Clatterbridge studios. The band appeared on Danni Richard's programme, the Wednesday Review, to talk about their forthcoming Battle of the Bands competition in London and their latest single, Liverpool 08. Daywalker have previously raised thousands of pounds for the cancer care unit...

Return Of The Rabbit Riders Radio Clatterbridge brought all of the atmosphere of the Wirral Egg Run to bed-bound patients at the hospital on Sunday. Presenter Paul Johnston broadcast a special programme featuring interviews with organisers and participants in this year's event. Organiser Ian Kendrick told listeners that a record number of motorbikes - more than 7,000 - had...

Sixteen Candles Radio Clatterbridge presenter Vic Charles celebrated his 64th year today - by celebrating his 16th birthday! The Coffee Club host was born on the leap year day, meaning he can only officially mark his birthday every four years. Vic was so committed though, that it didn't prevent him presenting Friday's edition of the Clatterbridge Coffee Club. So...

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