Vote Of Thanks

Radio Clatterbridge has thanked a local charity for its continuing support of the station.

Chairman Steve Lord was invited to talk at an annual meeting of the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends.

Steve Lord addresses the meeting

Steve explained to the volunteers about recent updates to our studio playout computers which were purchased with the help of the charity.

The League raised £6,932 for the Clatterbridge Health Park in the last financial year through fundraising activities alone and allocated £31,361 in grants across the site.

The Mayor and Mayoress of Wirral also attended the 61st Annual General Meeting.

They presented the League with a cheque for £1,750 as one of the Mayor's charities.

The League receives a cheque from the Mayor

Congratulations are also in order for veteran Radio Clatterbridge presenter Dave Adams.

Dave was installed as the Vice Chairman of the League during the meeting.

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