Radio Clatterbridge Presents...

There were surprises all around for workers stuck in the health park on Christmas Day.

Radio Clatterbridge tracked down staff to make the celebrations that little bit more special.

Steve and Becky in studio

Becky Hardman was out and about around Clatterbridge during Live From The Bridge to give out goody bags.

Back in the studio, Steve Lord was playing requests for Mersey Ward and The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

Even Radio Clatterbridge volunteers shared in the festive spirit as Steve spoke to off-duty presenter Steve Evans and request collector Gel Derby as they prepared their Christmas Dinners!

Earlier, presenter June Wood shared some of her favourite music as she presented a two-hour live special on Christmas morning.

June Wood in the studio

The station will broadcast a number of other special programmes over the festive break.

Check out our 7-Day Schedule for more details.

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