Using Our Loaf

Using Our Loaf When Radio Clatterbridge realised it had a surplus of records and CDs, volunteers got their heads together to raise some extra funds for the station. Presenter Dave Adams and assistant Linda Bonner raised more than £40 at a car boot sale at the Cottage Loaf pub in Thurstaston today. That figure makes a grand total of nearly £300 for record sales and donations so far this summer. Many thanks in particular to The Cottage Loaf, Skeleton Records and The Ellis McComb Partnership for their kind help. Click here if you would like to make a donation to keep the station on the air.

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