Karaoke Cash Crusade

We love a good tune at Radio Clatterbridge.

So when we got the opportunity to broadcast our first ever karaoke night, we jumped at the chance!

Singer Karen Lowe and the fund-raisers

Live From The Bridge broadcast from Firtrees Restaurant for a fund-raising event in aid of the Wirral Neuro Rehab Unit.

Steve Lord talked to the organiser Mark Witherspoon and singer Karen Lowe on the programme.

Mark wants to raise £1,000 for a special wheel chair to be used by the unit where his sister Lettie is being treated. Over £800 has been raised to date.

Mark's mum and sister Lettie

Karen Lowe and Mark will be on this Wednesday's Live From The Bridge. Mark will be talking further about the appeal while Karen and with her daughter will be singing live on the programme.

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