Buzzing With CDs

Buzzing With CDs A local radio station has donated hundreds of CDs to Radio Clatterbridge. When Wirral's Buzz 97.1 decided to have a clear out of its music, Radio Clatterbridge was on hand to make sure nothing went to waste. Nearly 400 CD singles and albums were donated to the charity. Volunteers are now selecting which discs should be added to the library. It's thought the rest will be sold to raise money for the hospital radio station.

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