Explosive Night For Steve


A Radio Clatterbridge presenter got an explosive reaction when he provided the entertainment for an annual firework display on behalf of the station.

Steve Lord played the soundtrack to the event in Burton at the weekend.

The bonfire

The Live From The Bridge presenter kept the crowds entertained on a cold Saturday night that saw the odd shower or two.

Fortunately it didn't rain during the impressive 30-minute display.

Many of the songs played had a fire theme.

I played Katy Perry's Firework just before the display started. It went down well judging by the people dancing to keep warm! - Steve Lord

Up to 400 people attended the display which raises money for local causes.

The station received some important publicity from the event, with Steve answering people's many questions about Radio Clatterbridge.

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