Good Will To All

People unfortunate enough to be stuck in hospital over Christmas received a sprinkling of seasonal good will thanks to Radio Clatterbridge.

The station, which is run entirely by volunteers, is broadcasting across the festive period.

A festive Steve Lord in the studio

Steve Lord presented a live programme on Christmas morning to staff, patients and their visitors.

But they weren't just treated to two hours of Slade and Cliff Richard.

Sue Taylor went out and about around the health park to give out Christmas gifts.

Meanwhile, listeners heard live music in the studio thanks to family duo Gray and Trev Hawke.

Gray and Trev Hawke play live in the studio

Radio Clatterbridge has a number of special programmes on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Click here to see the schedule.

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