Cuddly Clatterbridge

Radio Clatterbridge has gone all cuddly for Christmas Jumper Day 2014.

Presenter Ian Grant donned a festive pullover on the Coffee Club to support the annual charity fundraiser.

Ian Grant in his season woolies

Ian is also the community champion at Asda in Arrowe Park which is working with Save The Children to make the world better with a sweater!

The supermarket is hoping to raise lots of cash this Christmas to help disadvantaged children living in the UK.

It’s part of Asda's campaign to spread a little warmth this festive season.

Helen shows off her cuddly blue sweater

Bromborough colleague Helen Louise also wore a smart raindeer number when she joined Ian in the studio.

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