Boys arriving for the 2015 Claire House Cup (Credit: Jackie Wild)Radio Clatterbridge brought a major charity fundraiser to the Health Park at the weekend.

Presenter Steve Lord broadcast live from the Claire House Cup in memory of a Wirral schoolboy.

Steve and Becky in studioThere 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 Lord meets Nik Kershaw80s legend Nik Kershaw has spoken of the reality of performing at Live Aid in an exclusive interview for Radio Clatterbridge.

Steve Lord caught up with the former teen idol as he prepared for a concert at New Brighton's Floral Pavilion last weekend.

Steve meets TomOne of Merseyside's best loved comedians shared a joke or two with listeners of Radio Clatterbridge.

Tom O'Connor spoke to presenter Steve Lord minutes before going on stage at a performance in Wirral.

steve-lord-scout-post-thumbRadio Clatterbridge have got the stamp of approval from local Scouts and Guides after picking up a donation from their Christmas Charity Post.

The station was one of 18 local charities to benefit from the annual fundraiser.

"The Face of Wirral" Samantha RatcliffeRadio 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.

A festive Steve Lord in the studioPeople 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.

Mike Moon and guests perform to diners at FirtreesFirtrees restaurant launched its Christmas lunch menu with a swing thanks to Radio Clatterbridge.

Presenter Steve Lord hosted a special show live from location.

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