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Alexandra Molton a 1st Time Marathon Runner who has raised money for communities
both home and away
A 1st time Marathon runner,
Alexandra Molton, has raised ₤1,059.50, and counting, for charity by taking on
an incredible fitness challenge to support fragile communities in the UK and
Alex, who is 23 and from Southport, set
herself the ultimate challenge of running a Marathon with just 3 weeks of
training to raise money for CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development) and
The Big Help Project. She told us that she had taken on this challenge after
starting work at The Big Help....
Advice from Sefton's Director
of Public Health on staying safe when meeting others outdoors
FOLLOWING the easing of restrictions earlier this
week, Sefton Council's Director of Public Health, Margaret Jones, has shared her
Are you a picky eater? Would
you welcome specialist help to address your unusual eating habit or phobia?
SOUTH Shore Productions are
looking for people to take part in a new television series...
Nuns on the run in Liverpool
raising money for families facing water poverty overseas
SISTER MaryAnne Francalanza and
Sister Lynne Baron from the St Hughes and St Clare's...
Children in the North
West Are Spending an Additional 4 Hours Per Day in Their Bedrooms Due to the
RESEARCH has revealed the impact
that spending more time indoors has had on...
Farm voted the nation's favourite School book
GEORGE Orwell's political fable Animal Farm has been...
Local Swimming School
receives vital funding from the Swimathon Foundation
SOUTHPORT Aquatic Academy applied
for the grant as part of Swimathon Foundation's 2nd Covid19 Relief Fund...
More than 80 well known
employers commit to '1st of its kind' jobs fair this April
ROLES will be available with
names including:- Greggs, Network Rail, Booking.com and more NorthWestWorks4U,
the virtual jobs fair taking place...
Liverpool photo wins
National Lockdown Photography Competition
ENTRANTS to the competition were
asked to share photos of their daily walks during Lockdown, on social media...
Businesses urged to sign up to
Southport Gift Card as Lockdown restrictions ease
LOCAL businesses in Southport are being invited to
sign up to the new Southport Gift Card as the date for the easing of National
Covid Lockdown restrictions gets closer. Southport Gift Card was launched by the
Southport Business Improvement District last year as a way of giving a boost to
our local economy while encouraging people to spend local. From Monday, 12 April
2021, if all goes well, businesses which will be allowed to reopen will
include:- all shops; personal care; most outdoor attractions; indoor leisure
including gyms; self contained accommodation; all children's activities; and
outdoor hospitality. Over 80 Southport...
Paper gives voice to those
bereaved during the Pandemic
THE 1st paper to give voice to those
bereaved during the Covid19 Pandemic has been published in Palliative Medicine.
Festival Returns For 2021 And Adds Summer Event For New Works
LIVERPOOL Theatre Festival returns this Autumn after a
hugely successful inaugural...
Liverpool Arts Festival celebrates 21 years with high profile guests
LIVERPOOL'S acclaimed Writing on the Wall Festival
returns next month with a line up of famous names to...
heads to the The Atkinson Art Gallery
3 very different local artists are linked through
their personal use of colour in a new exhibition, at The Atkinson...
pound scheme to roll out zero emission buses across England launched!
TRANSPORT Secretary Grant Shapps has launched a
multimillion pound scheme to enable local transport Authorities to roll out zero
emission buses, as the Government continues to build back greener. Up to ₤120
million is being made available through the Zero Emissions Buses Regional Area
(ZEBRA) scheme, which will allow...
Next steps outlined following
Best Value inspection
LIVERPOOL City Council has
outlined the next steps following the publication of a report by Government
Inspector, Max Caller CBE, into its Highways, Regeneration and Property
Management functions. He found failings in relation to land disposal, governance
and the relationship between elected members and officers, and makes a series
Public good purchasing could
generate billions for disadvantaged communities
PUBLIC bodies and housing
associations are being urged to use their purchasing power to tackle inequality
within local communities in a new guide published, on Monday, 29 March 202, by
the BetterForUs Campaign 2020 to 2024.
'Procurement for Community Public Good' provides a route map to how