It's A Dog's Life

Radio Clatterbridge listeners were left feeling a bit woof after a shaggy dog's tale at the weekend.

The station broadcast live from Thurstaston for the Wirral Hospice St John's Big Wirral Dog Walk.

The dog walk at Thurstaston

Over 150 dogs and their owners walked the four mile course to West Kirkby and back.

Steve Lord turned roving reporter and broadcast live on Paul Size's Breakfast Show between 9 and 10.

Samantha Armstrong, the "Face of Wirral", started the event at 9.30.

She then appeared on Steve's Live From The Bridge programme.

Well done to Hayley and her team for organising a great event on behalf of the Hospice.

 

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