Thank You For Being A Friend

We're giving free airtime to a local charity to say thank you for their continued support.

From this week, listeners will hear regular name-checks for the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends.

Ken Arnold from the League presents a new ultrasound scanner to Wirral Breast Unit (Credit: Wirral University Teaching Hospital)

The League works tirelessly to provide a link between the public and the hospitals at Clatterbridge, and to raise money for additional amenities and other services.

The sponsorship deal will mean a number of mentions for the organisation each weekday evening during the Most Wanted programme.

Radio Clatterbridge's committee agreed to the changes late last year.

The rebranded show, which plays an hour of the station's most-requested tunes, went on air last night.

Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends logo

The League has supported the station in many ways over the years, including providing funding for studio fit-outs and equipment purchases.

Find out more about the charity on our League of Friends mini-site here.

Follow this link for sponsorship opportunities during the rest of the schedule.

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