Summer Broadcasts

Everybody's hoping for a drier and sunnier summer than last year.

But, whatever the weather, Radio Clatterbridge will be broadcasting from a number of outdoor locations over the next few months.

Dave Harvey and Sue Taylor at the 2012 Port Sunlight Festival

Steve Lord will be presenting live from the Wirral Hospice St. John's Big Wirral Dog Walk at Thurstaton on the morning of Saturday 18th May.

The following day, Dave Harvey and Sue Taylor will present Easy Like Sunday Morning live from a shop in New Brighton, as those taking part in the Wirral Costal Walk pass by.

On Saturday 15th June, we'll be broadcasting from a sponsored abseil event at Leasowe Lighthouse in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity

The station is also planning on reporting from the charity's Car Show which was first held at the Health Park last year. This time around the venue is the Vauxhall Sports And Social Club in Hooton on Sunday 14th July.

And we plan to cover the Port Sunlight Festival again. It's being held on 21st and 22nd September.

Whatever you're doing this summer, make a date for your diary to pop down and see us. If you can't make it, don't forget we'll have all the coverage you need on Radio Clatterbridge 1386AM.

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