Sharon Hall

A Merseyside woman who once suffered a lack of confidence after bullying has achieved her latest goal after appearing live on Radio Clatterbridge.

Sharon Hall was born with a facial disfigurement and only one eye and has turned her life around to advise other people to overcome their self doubts.

Holly Smith with Steve EvansRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard about a new plan to bring a permanent Maggie's centre to the health park.

Described as a ‘lifeline’ by visitors, the new facility will be built at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre as part of an overall £4m investment by the Steve Morgan Foundation for two new centres on Merseyside.

Sandra Scott from Home Instead WirralCoffee Club listeners have heard how they can help older people on their own this Christmas by simply buying them a present.

The idea comes from one of Radio Clatterbridge's sponsors, Home Instead Senior Care.

Sue Welsh and Sue JamesRadio Clatterbridge listeners were able to listen to a tea party to mark the departure of two "valuable" members of staff from the health park.

Dr Sue Welsh and Sister Sue James retired after more than half a century of dedicated work between them in the Dermatology Unit at Clatterbridge Hospital.

Sherrie Hewson at the Wirral University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust's Proud Awards 2017Benidorm actor and former Loose Women host Sherrie Hewson has told Radio Clatterbridge she was "thrilled and proud" to host an annual awards ceremony for staff at Wirral Hospital.

The broadcaster, who also starred in Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Crossroads, told our presenter Steve Evans that she tried to make the Proud Awards as much fun as she could.

Tamzin Jones from Age UK WirralRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how a Wirral charity is helping transform the lives of older veterans in the borough.

Age UK has launched the Joining Forces project for to those living locally aged 65 or over.

Di GaskellRadio Clatterbridge bosses thought they had struck it lucky when they recruited a professional DJ to the station.

But Di Gaskell says she's "shocked and stunned" by the prospect of going on air.

Holly Smith from Maggie's Merseyside at ClatterbridgeRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how they can learn all about Liverpool's rich culture while raising money for a charity based in the health park.

Maggie’s Merseyside, which provides free practical and emotional support for people living with cancer, has just confirmed that the Museum of Liverpool will be the final stop-off point on its now annual Culture Crawl.

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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.
  • Foodbank appeals for help

    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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    Helen Sestan, Chris Pointon and Ian Grant display their #HelloMyNameIs signsThe co-founder of an international campaign for compassionate care has told Radio Clatterbridge that he hopes it will continue for generations to come. Chris Pointon came into the studio to talk about #HelloMyNameIs which he started with his late wife Dr Kate Granger.