Shop Sends Us Packing

Shop Sends Us Packing Asda sent Radio Clatterbridge volunteers packing... literally! Members of the station got together to help shoppers pack their groceries at the Arrowe Park superstore today. But it wasn't just a gesture of kindness. They were also trying to raise some vital funds for Radio Clatterbridge. In the end, the kind people of Birkenhead donated more than four hundred pounds to the station! More photographs from the event can be seen in our gallery.

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