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Our latest news...

  • Live programmes resume

    The studio is ready after its deep cleanLive broadcasts have resumed at Radio Clatterbridge as listeners get used to living with the "new normal". The charity has remained on air during the coronavirus pandemic to include vital information for staff, patients and visitors at Clatterbridge Health Park in addition to its usual mix of entertainment and news.
  • Clatterbridge expands into Liverpool

    The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre logo on the roof of its new Liverpool hospitalListeners have heard how cancer services will continue at Clatterbridge Health Park despite a new specialist hospital opening in Liverpool. The 11-storey Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in the city centre will deliver highly-specialist care including pioneering immunotherapy and the most advanced forms of radiotherapy to 2.4 million people.
  • Clatterbridge's health workers praised in Royle message

    Ricky Tomlinson as Jim RoyleSome of our most well-known supporters have lent their voices to back NHS staff working in Clatterbridge Health Park during the coronavirus pandemic. Amongst them is the Merseyside actor Ricky Tomlinson who has dusted off his character Jim Royle to record a special message to be broadcast on Radio Clatterbridge.