Millie Courtney and Steve Evans in studioWhen Millie Courtney popped in to Radio Clatterbridge recently, it wasn't enough for the young singer to just perform for patients.

The 11 year old also left a donation for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity from her own pocket money.

Going grey... Steve Evans tries on a wig in the studioCancer patients at Clatterbridge got some valuable advice when deciding whether or not they should wear a wig.

Listeners to the Coffee Club heard about the benefits of hairpieces from local experts Malcolm Oliver and Karen Crutchley.

Steve Evans with Margaret Aspinall and Sue Roberts (Credit: LFC)Radio Clatterbridge presenter Steve Evans went back to school recently - to help teach youngsters about the lessons to be learnt from the Hillsborough disaster.

Steve, who is a member of LFC's Disabled Supporters' Association, helped organise the awareness day at South Wirral High School in Eastham.

Molly Sharp and Phil Caffrey play for the Coffee ClubRadio Clatterbridge has given a young singer the chance to find her voice again after she refused to sign a record deal following an appearance on national TV.

Molly Sharp was offered a contract after performing on BBC One's The Voice UK.

However Molly, 18, refused to sign saying it "took her whole life away".

Steve Evans in his LFC tieMany people on Merseyside have some far-fetched footballing fantasies.

But for one Radio Clatterbridge presenter, his goal has become a reality after representing UEFA at the Champions League Final at Wembley!

Wirral Mayor Elect Cllr Dave Mitchell with his wife SueThe Mayor Elect for Wirral has told Radio Clatterbridge presenter and friend Steve Evans that he can still call him Dave... as long as he's not wearing his chain of office!

Wirral councillor Dave Mitchell was interviewed in the comfort of his own home for Radio Clatterbridge ahead of his  investiture next week.

Angie and John OwenWe meet some interesting folk at Radio Clatterbridge - and were relieved when two of our most recent guests agreed to come back after our studios were evacuated.

John and Angie Owen popped in to the station to promote the upcoming Wirral Folk On The Coast Festival but were unceremoniously removed from the studio by emergency services at the weekend.

steveevansRadio Clatterbridge studios were evacuated over the bank holiday weekend after a major high pressure oxygen leak from a large tank behind the station.

Fire crews attended the scene and cordoned off the immediate area.

DJ Sean HughesA nightclub DJ, who is cycling from Wirral to Ibiza, nearly didn't make it on air - because he got lost trying to find our studios!

Cream resident Sean Hughes leaves West Kirby later this month hoping to raise thousands of pounds in memory of his mum.

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