In The Mood

Dave Adams and his team were in the mood to celebrate on Saturday, when volunteers past and present turned out in force for a very special programme.

Listeners to In The Mix heard familiar voices, old and new, as they combined a number of reasons to party.

Together again: Beth, Richard, John, Mo, Ann, June, Gel, Dave, Christine and Holly

In just the last three weeks, the team have

  • - said goodbye to helper Holly Youlton
  • - marked June Wood's and Beth Meredith's 7 years with the station
  • - celebrated Mo's 2nd, Holly's 3rd and Dave's 23rd anniversary of joining
  • - and wished a happy birthday to Richard Calvert!


As if all of that wasn't cause enough to party, Radio Clatterbridge is also launching a three-day request service.

Scroll down for our photo gallery from the programme

As well as Richard collecting dedications for In The Mix on a Friday, Natalie Kelly, Mo Ferrer, Gel Derby and Ann Murray will now be visiting various parts of the health park on a Wednesday for Steve Lord's mid-week Live From The Bridge.

"With only Nat away in London, this was the biggest get together for some time on a Saturday morning." - Presenter Dave Adams

The party continued off air, with the whole team going out for a slap-up lunch. 

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