Neil Jackson

Neil is an honourary member of Radio Clatterbridge after joining the station as a schoolboy in 1979. A former station manager, he now lends his voice to many of our jingles and promotions.

  • Committee members Paul Johnston, Steve Evans and Mike Eveleigh pick up the award from the Hospital Broadcasting AssociationThe late comedian Sir Ken Dodd has helped Radio Clatterbridge win a national award a year after his death.

    The station won best promotion for its special day commemorating the life and legacy of the Liverpool comic who was patron of the charity.

  • Jingles in production (Credit: AudioSweets)Radio Clatterbridge has got a sweet new sound - thanks to a brand new package of on air jingles made right here in the north west.

    The catchy tunes, which went on air this morning, will be heard throughout the schedule.

  • Paul StewartTributes have been paid to one of Radio Clatterbridge's longest-serving volunteers.

    Paul Stewart died on Wednesday at Wirral Hospice St John's here in Clatterbridge.

  • Kate RobbinsKate Robbins is lending her voice to Radio Clatterbridge as part of the celebrations for our 65th birthday.

    The actress and singer returns to the Wirral airwaves to help mark the latest milestone at Radio Clatterbridge.

  • Neil Jackson (left) receives his certificate from Steve LordOne of Radio Clatterbridge's longest serving members has been commended for his time with the charity.

    Neil Jackson was awarded a long service award after marking 35 years at the station.

  • Neil Jackson, Bernard Thonrley, Dave Harvey and Neil Henry receive their certificates from Michael Carr (centre)Four of our longest-serving members were commended for their commitment to Radio Clatterbridge this week during a special visit to the station.

    Michael Carr, the chairman of Wirral University Teaching Hospital, presented certificates to the voluneers during Thursday's Live From The Bridge.

  • Dave Harvey at the Port Sunlight Festival 2013The sun came out to help Radio Clatterbridge celebrate the anniversary of one of Wirral's most picturesque villages.

    Port Sunlight marked 125 years since it was founded with a massive festival - and we were there to make sure our listeners didn't miss out!

  • We're On Air! Radio Clatterbridge finally went on air today - 60 years after the station was formed! Special guest Mike McCartney pressed the button to switch on our new AM transmitter. Chairman Steve Lord was the first voice to be heard on the new service as he thanked everyone involved in getting the station broadcasting. Guests from Wirral Hospitals NHS...