Walkers Have A Blast

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 of the annual events, said it was the toughest walk of the lot. You can see photos from the walk on our Facebook page.

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