Charted History (Insite Magazine)

Charted History (Insite Magazine) Insite Magazine wrote: "The August edition of the staff magazine continues its look at 50 years of the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends, with hospital milestones that they have chosen for 1954 to 2004. Radio Clatterbridge is mentioned several times. 1976: Kenny Everett recorded special jingles for our new studios (as we moved to the front of Larch House from a 'primitive' room at the back). Kenny sang about Cuddly Clatterbridge! 1982: The new Miss Great Britain and Liverpool Football Club players were guests at a gala night for Radio Clatterbridge at Atmosphere in Birkenhead. An autographed football made £650."

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