Festive Symphony

Radio Clatterbridge listeners are in for a musical feast on Christmas Day.

Those unlucky enough to be stuck in hospital over the festive season will hear a real treat thanks to the Wirral Symphony Orchestra.

Wirral Symphony Orchestra

Conducted by Jonathan Small, the musicians recorded a special concert with the St Andrew's School Choir from Bebington.

The concert, taped at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton, features Christmas classics and new songs by the chor.

The programme will be broadcast to the health park from 3pm.

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