Mental Health

  • Kath Fowler with one of her messagesA Wirral woman who lost her cousin through suicide has told Radio Clatterbridge why she thought it was important to remind other people that they are loved.

    Kath Fowler sent the message to people in the health park who may be struggling with mental health issues.

  • Gillian Seale with presenter Steve EvansA Wirral author is promising to help charities in Clatterbridge after starting a business to support families with cancer or other terminal illness.

    Gillian Seale set up Tailored Yarn to user her skills as a writer and illustrator to do something special for those in a very difficult situation.

  • Kate Silcock with her familyA Wirral woman is urging other mums to seek help if they are struggling to cope with motherhood.

    Kate Silcock launched a blog promoting positive mental health and wellbeing after being diagnosed with post natal depression.

  • Ian Grant promotes Asda's inclusive hour (Credit: Asda)As a Radio Clatterbridge presenter and event host, Ian Grant is used to turning up the tunes for his audience.

    But when he was asked to lower the volume for his customers at work, he jumped at the chance.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.