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Liverpool International Tennis Tournament 2021 - Part 2
THIS is Part 2 of our coverage of the fantastic Liverpool International Tennis
Tournament, that was held within the Liverpool Cricket Club, over 19 August to
20 August 2021. We would love to know what you thought of this event. In a
statement sent out this week, the Liverpool International Tennis Tournament
said:- "Travel restrictions did have an impact on this year's tournament,
but wow...! What a great couple of days we had last week at the Liverpool
International Tennis Tournament. It took a lot of work from a lot of amazing
people to pull the event together but we are so glad we did. General admission
tickets were a sell out and a fun time was had by all in corporate hospitality.
We are hopeful Covid19 will not be a problem next year and we will be able to
have a full international line up once again. But what we lacked in
International players, we made up for with the talented British tennis players,
who stole the show! Now we can't wait to 2022 and our 20th event. We also had
the 1st mixed doubles this year, with a special Lancashire V Cheshire match..."
Diana, Princess of Wales and All Road Crash Victims
ROAD crash victims
are to be remembered in a special online ceremony filmed in front of
the Peace Doves at Liverpool Cathedral. Road...
Southport Beach for holiday fun and frolics
Photos by Carolyn Hughes.
AINSDALE Beach, on the Merseyside
Coastline, had a special visitor, as Santa enjoyed some summer holiday fun
before he returns back to...
supporting over a million people with mental health issues
TO help more than 1.4 million
people experiencing mental health issues, Freemasons are donating more than
Networks launches safety campaign to keep people safe from DIY hazards
THE number of electrical safety
incidents recorded in gardens has risen by over 80% in the past year according
Back to School
campaign encourages Secondary students and staff to get tested to minimise
disruption to education over the Autumn Term
ON Thursday, 26 August 2021, the
Government launched its...
'1 of Africa's most inventive and distinctive singer songwriters' to play
Liverpool this September
THE Cameroonian Singer,
Songwriter, Blick Bassy, will be performing with his 3 piece band at the Royal
"UK Retail sales and orders growth soar, but supply issues are mounting."
UK Retail sales grew at the sharpest pace since
December 2014, in the year to August, while orders growth hit a survey record
high, according to the latest CBI ¼...
celebration for Innovation Agency teams shortlisted in 2021 HSJ Awards
2 projects run by the Innovation
Agency are in the running for a top award after emerging as favourites in the...
Call for those
with a love of the outdoors to take part in Green Sefton customer satisfaction
SEFTON Council’s Green Sefton Service loves the Borough’s parks, green
spaces, playgrounds, sports pitches and beaches just as much as its residents,
which is why they want the community’s views on their management of these vital
outdoor spaces. The customer satisfaction survey is now open for contributions
until 31 October 2021 (Halloween) and can be...
Commissioner joins calls for greater protection for shop workers
MERSEYSIDE'S new Police Commissioner has joined calls
for greater protection for shop workers across England as...
Returner programme launches to provide new opportunities for STEM sector in
Merseyside and the North West following Covid19
UK energy provider, Scottish Power, has opened UK wide
applications for a 'Returner...'
Merseyside as Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth returns to Liverpool
CELEBRATE the return of Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth to
Liverpool, with Mersey Ferries, and enjoy unrivalled views of the iconic luxury
cruise ship on a 50 minute River Explorer Cruise. Mersey Ferries will...
Liverpool:- "Ben Fogle's:- 'Tales from the Wilderness Theatre Tour' 2021"
THE award winning Broadcaster and
adventurer, Ben Fogle, who has limbed...
the Mersey' River Explorer Cruises Returns!
LIVERPOOL'S ultimate sightseeing experience has
returned! Mersey Ferries River Explorer Cruises are back, offering passengers
incredible views of Liverpool's world famous waterfront. Guided...
Circus is back! Gandeys Circus Aintree Racecourse
WITH the Gandey Premiere of:-
"The Double Acrobatic Swing" from the sensational Didyk troupe from
the Ukraine, fearless acrobats being...
Live music at
Southport's Skies Bar
YET another night of live music
took place at Southport's Skies, on Lord Street, Southport, on Saturday, 28
August 2021. The night had local musicians, Dave Walker and Mike Rimmer, who
delivered a fantastic night of Mersey Beat music. This is the latest live music
event and if you...
unveils exciting new artwork piece donated by local young artist, Sean Webster
STRAWBERRY Field, the iconic location
immortalised by John Lennon in The Beatles hit...
phrases to wow colleagues
HOW often do you hear the
phrase:- "Can you hear me" on video calls? And do you know how to
say that phrase when chatting to European colleagues? The language experts at
Busuu have looked at the phrases used frequently on video calls, from:-
"No sorry, after you" to:- "Can you repeat that please?"
They've translated them into European languages to help those talking to
DAM Health is creating the world's 1st virtual reality Covid19 Lab Training
1 of the UK's leading technology educators and
innovators CREDERSI have teamed up with Covid testing solutions company DAM
Health to create the world's 1st virtual reality Covid19 lab training syllabus.
The move is aimed at increasing the number of lab technicians being trained in
the UK to...
New Perfume Shop
Launching in Beales, Southport
THE Perfume Shop has opened a
brand new pop up in department store Beales, in Southport, officially opened, on
Tuesday, 24 August 2021, the pop up will be a permanent addition to the newly
reopened store. The new pop up has a 9 bay counter stocking hundreds of
favourite fragrances brands, from:- Jean Paul Gaultier, Marc Jacobs and Dolce
and Gabbana to Armani, Gucci and Yves...
goods vehicles could be rolled out from next year
IT is odd to think we would be looking at using even
longer lorries, due to them being seen as putting other "drivers and other
road users at risk" due to the fact many of the UK's country roads
already struggle with them. In fact it was only in 2008 that the then transport
secretary Ruth Kelly announced that longer and heavier lorries (LHVs) will...