Pushing Their Luck

Pushing Their Luck Wirral Hospital's annual Walk and Wheelchair Push takes place this weekend, and Radio Clatterbridge will be following every mile. Paul Johnston will be speaking to people taking part in Lunchtime Live. Amongst the volunteers aiming to improve services for patients, public and staff with disabilities is former Radio Clatterbridge helper Swasie Turner. The event follows last summer's successful launch, which raised 3-thousand pounds by pushing or walking between Clatterbridge and Arrowe Park hospitals.

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