Clatterbridge's tea army needs you!

Listeners to Radio Clatterbridge are being urged to give something back to the hospital... by brewing up.

The Royal Voluntary Service is appealing on air for people to help with the tea bar at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.

Tea's up... courtesy of the RVS

Nationally, more than 35,000 RVS volunteers deliver community services to help older people.

The tea bar at Clatterbridge is located near the radiotherapy department.

Volunteers sell hot and cold drinks and healthy snacks to patients and visitors every weekday.

Follow this link for more information about how to volunteer for the RVS.


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