Coffee Club

  • Hoylake Calendar GirlsA group of women from Wirral are baring all for Clatterbridge.

    Listeners to the Coffee Club heard the naked truth about the plans for a fundraising calendar inspired by The Real Full Monty.

  • Keelan Early from Community Action WirralA former Clatterbridge volunteer has returned to the health park to tell listeners all about the benefits of giving up their time for a good cause.

    Keelan Early, who previously came into the studio as a volunteer for Claire House, is now the Volunteer Development Manager for Community Action Wirral.

  • Claire Bear squeezes into the studioWe have guests of all shapes and sizes in the Radio Clatterbridge studio - but few have been as exciting as this big cuddly teddy.

    Claire Bear, the mascot for Clatterbridge-based Claire House Children's Hospice, paid a visit to help promote one of the charity's most glamorous fundraisers.

  • Anne Torkington, Dawn Miller and Lucy Holmes from MacmillanThe importance of exercise has been highlighted to Radio Clatterbridge listeners who are recovering from cancer.

    Patients in the health park heard how they can aid their recovery by being physically active.

  • Jeanette Lunt from the Stroke AssociationListeners to the Coffee Club have been urged to Make May Purple in support of the Stroke Association.

    Jeanette Lunt from the charity popped into the studio as part of Stroke Awareness Month.

  • Ian Grant with the team from MowgliListeners to the Radio Clatterbridge Coffee Club have been given an exclusive look behind the scenes at one of Liverpool's most successful eateries.

    Mowgli Street Food has raised £80,000 for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity so we grabbed them for a chat before they took a tour around the centre to see how the money is being used.

  • Stephen Ross and Godfrey Massey-Thompson from Heswall ProbusRadio Clatterbridge listeners have been invited to join a Wirral men's club in celebrating its fiftieth anniversary.

    Heswall Probus was formed in 1968 to keep active men of retirement age and beyond.

  • Peter GrantAn award-winning newspaper journalist has spoken of his love of Liverpool during a visit to Radio Clatterbridge.

    Peter Grant was a guest on the Coffee Club and shared some of his life story with listeners in the health park.

  • Kate DavisRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how the legacy of a former patient at Clatterbridge will benefit one of the charities on the health park.

    Kate Davis passed away in November 2015 at Wirral Hospice St John's but now her artwork is going on sale so others can also appreciate her talent.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Charlie Landsborough with Coffee Club presenter Geoff PetersCountry and folk singer Charlie Landsborough has made a welcome return to the Radio Clatterbridge airwaves.

    The 76 year old, who grew up in Birkenhead, was called in to the studio nearly two decades since his last appearance.

  • Sophie Adam and Samantha Long with presenter Di GaskellRadio Clatterbridge listeners have been hearing about a new service aimed at improving their lives during and after their stay in hospital.

    Sophie Adam and Samantha Long came into the studio to explain how Wirral Advocacy Hub can help patients who can't speak for themselves.

  • Gaz Jones with presenter Di GaskellRadio Clatterbridge listeners wanting to lead healthier lifestyles are getting advice from a fitness guru.

    But Gaz Jones says new year resolutions often don't work.

  • Sasha Mathias and Steph de Jonge with Ian GrantWhen Sasha Mathias started working at Maggie's Centres this week, little did she know one of her first duties would be to go live on the radio!

    The fundraiser joined new colleague Steph de Jonge in the studio to talk about the work of the Clatterbridge-based charity.

  • Tommy Stamp (vocals), Jess Billington (bass) and Breandan Fawcett (lead guitar and backing vocals) perform live in studioAn up and coming Wirral band played live for our listeners after one of our presenters saw them rehearsing in their front garden!

    Steve Evans heard The Week Before as they were practicing for a charity concert in aid of Claire House.

  • Melanie Zeiderman in the studioCancer patients in Wirral are being offered support for returning to normal life after their treatment.

    Listeners heard how a special programme has been set up in Clatterbridge to help people prepare better for what happens next.

  • Previous fundraisers Credit: DW Sports FitnessThe race is on to find people to take part in the annual Wirral Coastal Walk - and raise some money for local charities.

    One of them, The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity, made a direct appeal to listeners of the Coffee Club.

  • The existing gardenA campaign's been launched to create a new sensory garden for patients in the Health Park.

    Coffee Club listeners heard how £25,000 is needed to update the existing facility at the Clatterbridge Rehab Centre.