Four Great Nurses

Radio Clatterbridge has welcomed Four Great Nurses to the studio as they plan to go to great lengths to raise money for The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.

Sarah, Laura, Sian and Helen told listeners how they'll be trekking up and down the Great Wall of China.

Four Great Nurses in the studio

The quartet will cover nearly 50km in five days. That's about five thousand steps a day.

As if that wasn't enough, they're spending their preparation time undertaking a number of fundraising events throughout the year.

Laura Elder is the ward manager on Delamere Ward and works with Sian and Helen. Sarah is based at Arrowe Park Hospital.

"I lost my dad to cancer. It's a good cause and we're going to give something back." - Sarah Stewart

They told presenter Steve Evans how they were inspired by taking part in the Wirral Walk last year.

They aim to raise £12,000. You can donate by visiting their JustGiving page.

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