Thanks To Angels (Wirral Health) Wirral Health website wrote: "The generous and exceptional people who use their free time to support hospital patients and staff were invited to a special lunch as a 'thank you' for their hard work and dedication... More than 430 people aged between 16 and 75 regularly undertake voluntary work at the Trust. Many are members of organisations such...

Thanks To Angels (Wirral News) The Wirral News wrote: "Kind-hearted members of the public who support hospital patients and staff in their free time are being treated to a special lunch as a thank-you for their hard work and dedication. More than 200 volunteers are expected to gather at Birkenhead's Pacific Road Arts and Entertainment Centre today for the celebration organised...

24 Hours (BBC Radio Merseyside) Full interview with Chairman, Vic Charles, and Publicity Officer, Andy Bonner, about the launch of the new 24-hour service from Radio Clatterbridge. The fifteen-minute chat also covered elements of the station's organisation and history. ...

The papers wrote: "Wirral hospital worker Jan Williams was given a This Is Your Life style surprise today, when she was presented with this year's Radio Clatterbridge Staff Achievement Award. The 28 year old Staff Nurse from Eastham was voted the best-loved worker by patients at Clatterbridge Hospital. She was lured back to Clatterbridge for a...

The Wirral Globe wrote "With a little help from its friends, Radio Clatterbridge celebrated the 40th anniversary of the first Beatles broadcast interview. The hospital radio captured the Fab Four on tape when they were on this side of the Mersey performing at Port Sunlight. And this weekend Monty Lister, now a presenter on BBC Radio Merseyside,...

The Daily Post wrote: "Radio Clatterbridge is to mark an important event in international music history, in which is played a pivotal role. Tomorrow marks the fortieth anniversary of the Beatles' first broadcast interview - just weeks after Ringo Starr joined the band to complete the line-up... " ...

The Liverpool Echo wrote: "A hospital radio station is to relive its greatest scoop - the first broadcast interview with the Beatles. Radio Clatterbridge recorded a chat with the Fab Four days after Ringo joined the band. This weekend the Wirral station plans to air it again, the first time it has been heard in 40 years..." Also featured at...

"Radio Clatterbridge, one of the oldest radio stations in the region, is appealing for people to help collect requests for its programmes. The ideal volunteer would have a good knowledge of music. The position would especially suit someone who is retired. Anyone interested should contact the station's Secretary." ...

The Wirral Globe today reported: "Health care assistant Jan Griffin says she's 'overwhelmed' after winning the 2001 Radio Clatterbridge Staff Achievement Award. The mother-of-three was voted the favourite member of staff by patients at Clatterbridge Hospital. The award, which is now in its third year, is organised by the hospital's own radio...

The Liverpool Echo today reported: "Radio Clatterbridge has unveiled a website to compliment the broadcasts to patients and staff at the hospital. Presenter Andy Bonner has been working on the idea for the last three months. There is a new facility which gives friends and family of those staying in hospital the opportunity to e-mail the station...

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  • 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.
  • Live interview is Sharon's latest achievement

    Sharon Hall A Merseyside woman who once suffered a lack of confidence after bullying has achieved her latest goal after appearing live on Radio Clatterbridge. Sharon Hall was born with a facial disfigurement and only one eye and has turned her life around to advise other people to overcome their self doubts.
  • Doddy Day goes on TV as we remember Sir Ken

    Di Gaskell presenting part of Doddy DayTelevision viewers across the north west were able to join in with our special day celebrating the life of our patron Sir Ken Dodd. Cameras from ITV Granada Reports were in the studio to record Doddy Day, our tribute to the 90 year old comedian on the day he was laid to rest.