Walkers Have A Blast Radio Clatterbridge volunteers had a blast, quite literally, when they took part in the 2011 Wirral Coastal Walk. The team were on a 15-mile trek to raise money for the station. However, the wind was so bad at one point that they were being blasted by sand as they walked along the north Wirral coastline. Dave Adams, who has now taken part in nine...

A Christmas tree Radio Clatterbridge has unveiled its festive line-up for 2010. As in previous years, the station will broadcast around-the-clock across Christmas and the New Year. Extra editions of the Clatterbridge Coffee Club will keep entertained those who are unfortunate enough to be stuck in hospital. June Wood and Ron Berkeley will be live in the studio on...

Senior SoundsSome of Radio Clatterbridge's more "senior" volunteers are taking to the airwaves again this year on Wirral's own radio station for the over 50s. Following its success in February, Vintage Radio is broadcasting again on 87.7 FM & through their website www.vintageradio.org.uk until 28th November. Run by and for the over 50s, the schedule is...

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