Mark's Set To Go

Mark's Set To Go One of Radio Clatterbridge's longest serving presenters has decided to take a break from broadcasting. Mark Lloyd joined the station thirteen years ago and has been pivotal in the introduction of 24 hour programming. Programme Controller Paul Johnston said, "Mark has made a valuable contribution to Radio Clatterbridge for more than a decade. Without his commitment and expertise, the station would not be producing the same high quality of programmes around the clock."

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