alzheimers thumbA Radio Clatterbridge interview has featured in the Wirral Globe.

The free newspaper reported on a feature concerning Dementia Awareness Week.

Love Wirral articleRadio Clatterbridge has featured in a glossy publication distributed across the peninsular.

Love Wirral is available in shops, pubs and waiting rooms throughout the area.

The article in Express magazinePresenter Dave Adams was featured in a question and answer session in the in-house magazine for the Health and Safety Executive, where he works.

The article appeared in the Spring 2014 edition.

The Leverhulme Award The Wirral Globe wrote: "A Wirral charity has become the first independent organisation to win a special trophy for improving the life of patients at Clatterbridge Hospital. Radio Clatterbridge was presented with the Lord Leverhulme Merit Award by the hospital’s League of Friends at their annual general meeting last week...

Golden Years (Vintage Radio) Dave Adams took to the airwaves this evening to tell listeners of Vintage Radio all about Radio Clatterbridge's glittering history. And it was fellow volunteer Steve Lord asking the questions at the Birkenehad-based temporary broadcaster for the over 50s.

Unsung Heroes (Wirral Globe) The Wirral Globe wrote: "With just over a week to go before the closing date, nominations are still arriving daily for this year's Wirral Volunteer of the Year Award... Among the latest names to be put forward is a volunteer who has helped to raise about £5,000 to raise much-needed funds through countless events for Radio Clatterbridge - the...

Text Therapy (Wirral News) The Wirral News wrote: "Relatives and friends of patients at Clatterbridge Hospital now have a new way of showing they're thinking of their loved ones. From today, people can send a text message to Radio Clatterbridge to ask for a message, dedication or request for any listener in the hospital. This is in addition to the existing ward visitors,...

Killing The Kids (On Air magazine) On Air magazine wrote: "Wirral station Radio Clatterbridge played its part in improving the well-being of a local school girl in March. Mandy from Wallasey is the subject of a new edition of the BBC TV programme "Honey, We're Killing The Kids" where parents are shown how to improve their children's health prospects. The 14 year old is interested...

The Wirral News wrote: "Wirral band Daywalker helped to raise more than £1,000 for the cancer care unit at Clatterbridge Hospital when they played at a charity gig in Rock Ferry. The gig, at Cammell Laird social club, attracted more than 200 people, and Daywalker managed to raise £400 alone through sponsorship and sales of their CD, Live at the Z...

Year Of The Volunteer (Express magazine) Express magazine wrote: "It started in 1990 with an advert in the local paper for hospital radio presenters. I went along, chatted to the Saturday morning presenter about media generally... and the rest is history. I got my own 20-minute slot, searching my archives for fascinating facts about television. This feature ran for six years, until our...

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