Mixing It Up

It's all change with Radio Clatterbridge's In The Mix crew.

The Saturday morning request team have added some new faces recently.

The In The Mix Team (Ann Murray, Gel Derby, Mo Ferrer, Holly Youlton, Nat Kelly and Dave Adams)

But colleagues were sad to hear that Holly Youlton has decided to step down from her role as ward visitor.

The team turned out in force to say goodbye last weekend.

Holly has decided to leave because of work commitments.

However, listeners should not be affected by the move.

One step out of the door: Holly's leaving cake

New recruits Ann Murray and retired social worker Gel Derby will take over the position.

Presenter Dave Adams says the pair are fitting in extremely well.

"Gel is a natural at the microphone and Ann is already helping me to identify music for themed programmes." - Presenter Dave Adams 

Ann, who used to be a nurse, will also take over organising the Team of the Week later this year.

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