Natalie Kelly receives her certificate from Chairman Steve LordRadio Clatterbridge volunteer Natalie Kelly proved she's the perfect ten after celebrating a decade with the station.

Last weekend marked exactly ten years of Nat collecting requests on Saturday mornings.

D-day RememberedExactly 65 years after the Allies launched their invasion of Normandy by air and sea, Radio Clatterbridge marked the occasion with a special programme playing war time favourites. Natalie Kelly and Richard Calvert presented patient requests including Vera Lynn singing We'll Meet Again, the 633 Squadron theme and the Andrews Sisters. James from the...

Pounding the promenade!Radio Clatterbridge members braved the wind and rain last weekend to raise vital funds for the charity. Dave Adams, Sarah Russell, Paul Johnston, Natalie Kelly and friends took part in the Wirral Walk on Sunday May 17, pounding the promenade from Seacombe to Thurstaston. They raised more than £600 for the station, and picked up a few blisters...

Turn Us On Patients in four wards at Clatterbridge Hospital are being offered new help to tuning in to the radio station. Radio Clatterbridge volunteer Natalie Kelly has produced a new Listeners' Guide which explains exactly how to turn us on. The leaflet, for M1, M2, Stroke Rehab and Dermatology, also contains information about the current programme...

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