Coffee Club

  • Linda and Rachael from Wirral WingsThe Coffee Club has welcomed members of a Wirral group set up to transform wedding dresses into gowns for babies "born asleep".

    Wirral Wings began in October when founder Linda Priest decided she wanted the dress from her failed marriage to do some good after a bad marriage.

  • Competitors from Cancer Research UK's Pretty MuddyIf you're feeling blue this January, then we have got an offer which could help you - and do some good for others too!

    Radio Clatterbridge listeners have been encouraged to take part in a series of events taking place later this year in aid of Cancer Research UK.

  • The Healthwatch bus in WirralHealth bosses have visited Radio Clatterbridge to ask for the views of patients in the health park.

    It's part of a wider scheme to garner opinions of people across Wirral about future services in the borough.

  • Jen Rhodes with Mandy ShepherdListeners of the Coffee Club have been learning how a number of books have been concealed around the health park for people to find.

    Jen Rhodes is the brains behind Wirral Look4aBook - a local version of an idea which has been taking off in other areas of the UK.

  • Steve Evans, Heather Smith and Terry MeliaA hospital IT worker who has written a novel in his spare time has been compared to Willy Russell.

    Terry Melia, who was recently based in Clatterbridge Health Park, told the Coffee Club programme he had a lot to live up to.

  • Soul TrainAt Radio Clatterbridge, we love our music so we were delighted to hear that the hit show Soul Train is coming to Wirral.

    Listeners to the Coffee Club heard all about it from producer and host Wayne Kennedy.

  • Patricia Routledge on a previous visit to Wirral (Credit: Wilfred Owen Story)Coffee Club listeners were amongst the first to hear that Dame Patricia Routledge is coming to Clatterbridge.

    The Tranmere-born actor and singer, best known for her role as Hyacinth Bucket in the BBC comedy Keeping Up Appearances, will be opening the newly made-over gardens at Wirral Hospice St John's.

  • Steve Evans with runner Alan RedfernA fine art teacher has told listeners how he aims to run more than eight marathons in just four days to raise money for a Clatterbridge-based cancer charity.

    Alan Redfern decided to complete the 214-mile coast-to-coast challenge to help Maggie's Merseyside which provides support, information and practical advice for patients and their families.

  • WUTH Charity's Jo Roberts and Victoria Burrows with Helen SestanRadio Clatterbridge marked Volunteers' Week with a feature about the new fundraising team at Wirral University Teaching Hospitals.

    WUTH Charity is holding its first major event on Friday 12th July 2019 by hosting abseiling from the roof of Arrowe Park Hospital.

  • Astrid in the Radio Clatterbridge studioOne of Merseyside's youngest new singers has told Radio Clatterbridge how she's received hate comments for singing jazz.

    Astrid, 10, from Southport, impressed Black Eyed Peas rapper will.i.am on ITV's The Voice Kids last year.

  • Daywalker outside the studioPresenter Steve Evans got more than he bargained for after he interviewed a local band.

    The Coffee Club host had just recorded a studio chat with Wirral foursome Daywalker when he walked in on their own live broadcast outside the station.

  • 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.

  • Di Gaskell and Craig McMahon with his Yano Da! posterA Wirral musician has told Radio Clatterbridge how he’s followed his dream to set up his own record label.

    Craig McMahon from Claughton created Yano Da Records with his school friend Tom Critchley after realising they shared the same taste in music.

  • Steve Evans with Bev Favager and Lucy Taylor of Home Instead Senior Care WirralRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how home care in Wirral is entering the digital age.

    Home Instead Senior Care are now offering a service which monitors clients’ movements in their own homes.

  • Korean Billy learns more Scouse in the Radio Clatterbridge studioThe man who made English students everywhere want to learn the phrase "I'm going the ozzy to see our kid" has finally visited our hospital.

    Korean Billy is an internet sensation after his YouTube videos teaching the world how to speak Scouse went viral.

  • Elspeth Wilson and Georgina Roberts with Coffee Club presenter Helen SestanRadio Clatterbridge listeners have been told how they can help a charity based on the health park while finally doing something they may have been putting off for years.

    Georgina Roberts from Heswall-based Guy Williams Layton solicitors came into the studio to talk about drawing up wills.

  • Georgina Peterson with Steve Evans and Heather SmithCoffee Club listeners have heard how a young Merseyside woman has turned to writing to deal with her rare brain disorder.

    In their latest book review, presenters Heather Smith and Steve Evans interviewed author Georgina Peterson who has chronicled her life with severe uncontrolled epilepsy.

  • Katie White and Di GaskellCoffee Club presenter Di Gaskell got to chew the fat with a local restauranteur who brought a feast of ideas into the studio.

    Katie White has opened the Real Food Kitchen in Neston - a community project which aims to give everyone some good basic nosh.

  • Geoff Peters, Ronny Goodlass and Paul AlltFormer Everton winger Ronny Goodlass has told Radio Clatterbridge how he wishes Joe Royle was still part of the club to guide the current owners.

    In a return visit to the station, Ronny described the former Blues boss as a great manager.

  • Geoff Peters, John Barnes and Paul AlltFormer Liverpool and England international footballer John Barnes has rejected the idea that he is a soccer legend.

    Presenter Paul Allt got a ticking off when he suggested the Jamaican-born winger was a superstar during an interview on the Coffee Club.