The 2016 Tribute Egg RunRadio Clatterbridge listeners became virtual pillion passengers when thousands of motorcyclists descended on the Health Park to deliver eggs to poorly children in time for Easter.

Presenter Gray Hawke joined thousands of other bikers on a fresh, sunny Sunday morning to take part in the annual Wirral Egg Run Tribute Ride

Sally the pink rabbit riderRadio Clatterbridge has joined thousands of motorcyclists in an annual charity ride.

Presenter Gray Hawke donned his leathers for the second tribute to the Wirral Egg Run.

John Manship looking through our collectionA selection of rare records is going under the hammer in aid of Radio Clatterbridge.

The vintage vinyl has been hand-picked from the station's 64 year old music library by an expert. 

Aliki ChrysochouA soprano who made it through to the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent has lent her dulcet tones to the airwaves at Clatterbridge.

But rather than singing, Aliki Chrysochou visited Radio Clatterbridge to talk about her experience with a life-threatening condition.

Prof Sir Ian Gilmore opens the Papillon Suite (Credit: The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre)The newest facility at Clatterbridge Health Park didn't open unnoticed thanks to coverage of the launch event on Radio Clatterbridge.

Presenter Gray Hawke was on hand at the opening of the state-of-the-art Papillon suite at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.

Anna Shannon on stage at Folk On The CoastFolk music lovers were in heaven when Radio Clatterbridge brought them live tunes from one of Wirral's best festivals.

Listeners heard exclusive highlights of the four-day Folk On The Coast event in Ellesmere Port.

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