Dave Harvey at the Port Sunlight Festival 2013The sun came out to help Radio Clatterbridge celebrate the anniversary of one of Wirral's most picturesque villages.

Port Sunlight marked 125 years since it was founded with a massive festival - and we were there to make sure our listeners didn't miss out!

Dave Harvey, Sue Taylor and John Roberts at Port SunlightRadio Clatterbridge hit the road over the bank holiday weekend and managed to spread the word about the station in the process.

The charity had a presence at two major festivals in the local area.

Steve Lord enjoys the muffinsRadio Clatterbridge did a spot of under cover reporting at the weekend - from Wirral Hospice St John's.

Showers dominated the open garden day in the hospice grounds but thankfully a new addition to the station's armoury left our volunteers high and dry.

Wirral Mayor Gerry Ellis in the studioRadio Clatterbridge hosted the most important man in Wirral at the weekend.

The Mayor popped in to chat to patients about his role - and that of his namesake across the water.

Eric Knowles (Credit: ericknowles.co.uk)Antiques Roadshow expert Eric Knowles gave his valuation of Wirral's museums and galleries when he appeared on Radio Clatterbridge this morning.

He praised the area's public collections following another visit to Port Sunlight with the BBC One programme.

Dave HarveyThe numbers have come in for teacher and Radio Clatterbridge stalwart Dave Harvey.

Dave, who joined with the station in 1988, has become the charity's new treasurer.

A Star Is Born?Congratulations to Radio Clatterbridge presenter Dave Harvey, who became a father this morning. Dave's wife, Melanie, gave birth to Imogen shortly before 4am. She weighed in at 8lb 8oz. We wish the new family all the best....

Surprise Surprise Dave Harvey had a surprise when he presented his twentieth anniversary programme today. Friends from Radio Clatterbridge paid an unexpected visit to help him celebrate! Dave recalled his early radio days and reflected on his favourite memories. Meanwhile, he was presented with a bottle of champagne and a long service certificate. Clips were aired...

Trio's Triumph A small team of talented musicans helped raise money for Radio Clatterbridge this evening. Pianist Yukiko Tani, Mark Szydlowski on the cello and violinist Melanie Harvey performed at the Williamson Art Gallery in Birkenhead. Chairman Dave Adams introduced Bridge Romance, three sets of miniatures composed by Frank Bridge, followed by Piano Trio No...

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