Becky Hardman (right) and pal Rachel ThomasA Radio Clatterbridge volunteer has helped raise hundreds of pounds for one of our favourite good causes.

Becky Hardman organised a musical extravaganza in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

Paul Allt meets Tracy PotterCancer patients in Clatterbridge have heard how a Merseyside company is aiming on making a difference to people wearing wigs.

Tracy Potter from Hair Fairy Wigs came came into the Radio Clatterbridge studio to explain how they can help people with hair loss.

Adam Harding-Jones in the studioA Wirral man who lost 10 stone in a year has told Radio Clatterbridge he'll be putting his new fitness to good use - raising money for two local charities.

Adam Harding-Jones hit the headlines when he dropped a third of his bodyweight after adopting a controversial juicing diet.

Lilli MooreA Wirral singer has proved that you don't need to be old to love music from the war.

Lilli Moore was speaking on the Coffee Club about her passion for nostalgia.

Sally the pink rabbit riderRadio Clatterbridge has joined thousands of motorcyclists in an annual charity ride.

Presenter Gray Hawke donned his leathers for the second tribute to the Wirral Egg Run.

John Manship looking through our collectionA selection of rare records is going under the hammer in aid of Radio Clatterbridge.

The vintage vinyl has been hand-picked from the station's 64 year old music library by an expert. 

Aliki ChrysochouA soprano who made it through to the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent has lent her dulcet tones to the airwaves at Clatterbridge.

But rather than singing, Aliki Chrysochou visited Radio Clatterbridge to talk about her experience with a life-threatening condition.

The band (Credit: City Jazz Orchestra & Singers)A Radio Clatterbridge volunteer is hoping to turn music into money for another good cause.

Becky Hardman is organising a night in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

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Radio Clatterbridge has been highlighting the importance of men checking themselves for signs of cancer.

Ian Grant has been talking about the issue on the Coffee Club as part of Orchid Male Cancer Awareness Month.