Phil Rostance

Phil Rostance

A former journalist at the Chester Chronicle, Phil moved into PR/Media relations in the late 1990s working for Vivendi, a local council and the NHS - for GPs and hospitals across the north west.

He has been a director for a media and PR consultancy business since 2012. 

Phil specialises in undertaking media relations/profiling for businesses including the health, sports and environmental sectors.

He puts all of that experience in the media to good use on Radio Clatterbridge.

Married to Claire with six children - a dog and a cat - you can understand how he spends the rest of his time!

The children do let him get some time watching Tranmere Rovers play. He also enjoys golf, the history of boxing, DIY and sometimes gardening!

He undertook his journalism training at college in Cardiff during the mid-1990s.

His musical tastes range from Gilbert O'Sullivan, Carpenters, Kool & the Gang and Andy Williams to Lionel Richie, Dean Friedman, Survivor, Spandau Ballet, Michael Jackson and Phil Collins.

When he was a teenager, Phil once wrote to Harry Carpenter to ask him how he got his job. He wrote a long letter back saying he started in local radio...

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  • Mind games at the bridge

    Mind coach Alison Blackler Listeners have been given the chance to have an insight into the workings of the mind. Alison Blackler, is a transformational mind coach and therapist, who has been helping clients at Thornton Hough-based 2 Minds for eight years.
  • Nursery boss to raise £20k for Clatterbridge

    Helen LloydA day nursery founder, whose first husband died from cancer 21 years ago, has been telling listeners how she aims to raise £20,000 for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity. Helen Lloyd opened Bluebells in September 1997 because she knew she would never have children with him.
  • Listeners' Lovely Day With Author

    Author Joyce M Lovely with a gas maskRadio Clatterbridge listeners had a Lovely day when an author returned from America to talk about her new book. Joyce M Lovely, a former patient at Clatterbridge, flew over from Maine to recall growing up in Liverpool during the war years.