Your shopping could help Radio Clatterbridge

The Co-op

You could be helping Radio Clatterbridge next time you go shopping - and it won't cost you a penny extra!

The charity has been chosen to benefit from the latest round of the Co-op Local Community Fund.

For twelve months from today, shoppers who buy own-brand products or services from the Co-op can donate 1% of their spend to the station.


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Radio Clatterbridge is set to benefit from this year's Wirral Scout & Guide Christmas Post - but only if people make an effort to buy charity stamps for their cards this year.

With the postal deadline fast approaching, a last minute push is taking place to ensure everyone who needs to use the service does so in time.


All they have to do is select Radio Clatterbridge as their chosen local good cause for the year.

It's open to anyone with a Co-op card.

Shoppers who are not yet members can sign up for just £1 and select Radio Clatterbridge here.

"It is amazing for the Co-op to have chosen Radio Clatterbridge again. The station is run entirely on people's generosity so this will go a long way to securing our service for the future." - Steve Evans, chairman

Shoppers raised thousands of pounds for us last time

All supporters of Radio Clatterbridge are being encouraged to choose the charity as soon as possible so we can maximise the benefit.

Last time we took part, we received nearly £7,000 in funding.


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