Claire House has the X Factor

The X Factor Radio Clatterbridge is helping publicise this year's X Factor charity single, after three brothers from Claire House appeared on the hit TV show. Sam, Dan and Tom Lloyd - who all have Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy - were filmed talking about the good work of the children's hospice. Radio Clatterbridge listeners today heard Andy Bonner's interview with the boys on Afternoon Edition. The teenagers have previously visited the studios a number of times. All proceeds from Wishing On A Star will go to children's hospices across the country. You can download the single here.

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