Station highly commended in national awards

Station highly commended in national awards Radio Clatterbridge was tonight highly commended in the annual National Hospital Broadcasting Awards. The trailer, promoting the overnight programme Night Tracks, was entered into the Best Promotion category. Judges rated the station's entry as one of the top five in the country. The announcement was made at the Hospital Broadcasting Association's Spring Conference in Blackpool. Radio Clatterbridge won a silver in the same category last year.

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