Calling all shopaholics

A Co-op sign (Credit: The Co-op Group)You can now support Radio Clatterbridge just by doing your shopping.

We've teamed up with two major national brands in a bid to raise enough money to complete our station refurbishment.

Members of the Co-op can nominate Radio Clatterbridge as their chosen charity.

It means we will get 1% of what they spend on Co-op branded products and services.

Shoppers have helped raise over £20m since September 2016 so you could make a big difference.

Put your green tokens in the yellow tube at Asda Bromborough to help

Meanwhile, you can also now vote for the station to receive funding from Asda.

Green tokens collected at the checkout of any Asda supermarket can be dropped into the yellow tube at the Bromborough store.

But we must amass the most tokens before the end of March.

The Asda Foundation distributes more than £1.2m to thousands of charities and good causes each year.

We have already been successful to secure some funds from another campaign.

Aviva have donated £100 to the charity from their Community Fund.


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