We've Had Our Shredded Wheat!

Cereal Partners Products Radio Clatterbridge's breakfast programmes have a whole new meaning after the charity received news that it will be getting a donation from the makers of Shredded Wheat! Nestle's Bromborough-based Cereal Partners UK have agreed to give £500 to the station. Thanks to volunteer Steve Evans who approached the firm cap in hand. It costs thousands of pounds to keep Radio Clatterbridge on the air each year and all donations are gratefully received. Find out more about how you could help, by visiting our sponsorship page.

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    Debbie Montgomery from Age UK Wirral Older people in Wirral are being urged to stay healthy by exercising their bodies - and their minds. Listeners to the Coffee Club programme have heard how a series of activities taking place locally can help them fire on all cylinders.
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    Richard Roberts from Wirral FoodbankA charity has appealed for Radio Clatterbridge listeners to help it feed local people in crisis. A number of workers based in the health park already donate to the Wirral Foodbank.
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