A Dedicated Decade

A Dedicated Decade Christine Fitzsimons is celebrating a decade as one of Radio Clatterbridge's ward visitors. As the station's longest serving request collector, it's estimated she has met thousands of patients during her weekly rounds. Christine, who also co-presents with the Saturday Crew, marked the occasion on the programme with additional help from former colleagues Myfanwy James, Martin Elliott, Phil Rodgers, Alan Scott and Richard Randall. The team also presented her with a bouquet of flowers to say "thank you" for her continuing devotion. Click here to see other photographs from Christine's celebrations.

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