Sarah's Long Goodbye

Members of Radio Clatterbridge's request team past and present got together for a special edition of In The Mix at the weekend to bid farewell to Sarah Jones.

The ward visitor has been volunteering at the station for nearly nine years.

Sarah Jones (left) with the In The Mix team

Sarah is leaving the programme after announcing she's expecting the birth of a baby in January.

Presenter Dave Adams played a Ronan Keating song for Sarah, who is a big fan of the Irish singer.

Richard Calvert was also presented with a bottle of bubbly as the most prolific request collector in the team.

Meanwhile, Beth Meredith celebrated her 6 years at the station as well.

As is tradition, the event was celebrated with a special cake baked by fellow request collector Natalie Kelly.

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