Vote for Radio Clatterbridge to go digital

The 2017 Aviva Commuity Fund

Update: Please note that voting has now closed.

Your votes could help Radio Clatterbridge win a grant to go digital!

We're in the running to win an award from the Aviva Community Fund for a £10,000 grant towards the next phase of our station upgrade.

If we are successful, it will mean we are able to replace our aging analogue mixing desks with new digital ones.

We have already made great progress with refurbishing our main broadcast studio and are now working on a brand new room to host our transmitter equipment.

The rest of the money would help upgrade our remaining studio.

The new mixers would mean that our output could be heard for the first time in pure digital sound from source to destination.

"If we didn't keep up-to-date with advances in technology we would still be taking a portable record player around the wards. We really need to get all of our listeners and supporters behind us so we can continue to do the best job of improving the lives of people in Clatterbridge." - Steve Evans, Chairman

What can you do to help?

Everyone who registers gets ten votes so we are encouraging our listeners and supporters to give all votes to Radio Clatterbridge.

After voting, please share the link on social media and with family and friends to encourage them to vote for us.

Voting closes on 21st November 2017.

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