Dave Adams stays on League table

Dave Adams presents an award to former dermatology nurse Sue JamesRadio Clatterbridge presenter Dave Adams has been re-elected as Vice Chairman of the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends.

Station chairman Steve Evans made the formal proposal for the entire committee at the League's 63rd annual general meeting.

Dave was on hand to present recently retired dermatology sister Sue James with this year's Doris Eaton award.

Described by colleagues as "very passionate and driven", the former nurse received funding towards a project to explore dermatology staff treating patients with skin conditions in the community.

Dave also presented former committee member Sheila Reece with the Philip Owen Award for outstanding voluntary work.

Clatterbridge Hospital boss David Allison speaks at the AGMChief Executive of the Wirral University Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust David Allison fielded questions from the audience including from our presenter Ian Grant.

The packed meeting heard how £44,000 of grants were allocated by the League to various projects in Clatterbridge Health Park - from a bladder scanner to consulting room equipment and a television.

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