A Grand Six Months

A Grand Six Months It's been a grand six months for Radio Clatterbridge... quite literally! Our treasurer Sarah Russell has been doing her calculations, and has worked out that the charity has received more than £1,000 during the first half of the year. Volunteers who took part in the Wirral Coastal Walk raised more than £450 in May. Presenter Ian Grant helped raise £300 at his local Asda store in June. The Rotary Club of North Wirral has just donated £300 for an after dinner speech made by Andy Bonner, and Radio Clatterbridge Chairman Dave Adams has generously given £100 to the station after he was given a high performance award by his employers. The money will go towards the purchase of new studio equipment.

Our latest news...

  • Lauren Ray on the Neston nurse who led her to music

    Lauren RayAn upcoming singer-songwriter has told Radio Clatterbridge how she got into music because of her mum’s envy of the piano skills of a local nurse. Lauren Ray appears on tour with Paul Carrack from Mike + The Mechanics at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall next month.
  • Guitarist Mackenzie James Cregan keeps it in the family

    Mackenzie James Cregan plays live in the studioThe son of a musician who’s played with Rod Stewart and Steve Harley has told Radio Clatterbridge how he hopes to follow in his father’s footsteps. Mackenzie James Cregan was born in Los Angeles but is currently living on Merseyside after becoming a student at Sir Paul McCartney’s LIPA.
  • Wirral's Mayor chooses the tunes

    Cllr Geoffrey Watt, the Mayor of Wirral for 2018-19 (Credit: Wirral Council)The Mayor of Wirral has paid a special visit to Radio Clatterbridge to tell listeners about the first half of his year in office. Cllr Geoffrey Watt and his wife Anne, the Mayoress, came into the studio to share some of their highlights and play some of their favourite music.