Steve Evans

Steve Evans

Steve joined Radio Clatterbridge to give something back to the NHS for looking after him during a lengthy stay in hospital.

Retired from work because of ill health, it gives the ex-army man more time for his other hobbies including reading and the media.

He combined the two to give a book review on Radio City's Pete Price Show and has been a regular guest on other programmes at the station.

Steve can’t escape the Health Park; he was born in Clatterbridge Hospital and is a public governor for Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

He is engaged to Sarah who also works at Clatterbridge in Elderholme Nursing Home.

Steve, who lives in nearby Bromborough, says sport plays an important role in his life.

He is a huge Liverpool fan, a committee member of LFC’s Disabled Supporters Association and a management trustee and secretary for Level Playing Field (LPF).

Once a goalkeeper trained by the legendary Gordon Banks, Steve almost signed pro forms for German Bundesliga side Hannover 96.

But he feels he wasn't good enough and suspects they did too!

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  • Live interview is Sharon's latest achievement

    Sharon Hall A Merseyside woman who once suffered a lack of confidence after bullying has achieved her latest goal after appearing live on Radio Clatterbridge. Sharon Hall was born with a facial disfigurement and only one eye and has turned her life around to advise other people to overcome their self doubts.
  • Doddy Day goes on TV as we remember Sir Ken

    Di Gaskell presenting part of Doddy DayTelevision viewers across the north west were able to join in with our special day celebrating the life of our patron Sir Ken Dodd. Cameras from ITV Granada Reports were in the studio to record Doddy Day, our tribute to the 90 year old comedian on the day he was laid to rest.
  • Plans for new Maggie's Centre at Clatterbridge

    Holly Smith with Steve EvansRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard about a new plan to bring a permanent Maggie's centre to the health park. Described as a ‘lifeline’ by visitors, the new facility will be built at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre as part of an overall £4m investment by the Steve Morgan Foundation for two new centres on Merseyside.