Tied Up In Notts

Tied Up In Notts Denise Lannon has revealed she'll be too busy to present her Radio Clatterbridge programme in future, because she's moving to Nottingham! She's got a new day job, at the city council, and now intends to join a hospital radio station a bit nearer to her new home. Denise says she's enjoyed every moment of being at Radio Clatterbridge, including the time when she had to continue broadcasting while standing in a puddle after heavy rain flooded the studio! We wish her the best of luck.

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