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more about the Climbing Hanger re-opening
LIKE all UK leisure and indoor sports centres and
facilities, The Climbing Hangar has been closed in recent months due to the
COVID-19 pandemic and is looking forward to welcoming back both existing and new
climbers having been given the green light following the government's
announcement last month.. In Liverpool, the groups flagship climbing wall, in
Sandhills, before lockdown, was receiving more than 100,000 customers and that
lead to a new centre being opened, at the Matchworks Estate, in Speke,
Sefton Council reminding
hospitality businesses and their customers about Coronavirus safety
AS the Bank Holiday weekend
approaches, Sefton Council is reminding local businesses and their customers of
trains hens to produce the tastiest eggs
MORRISONS is investing in British
farming by teaming up with the 'British Egg Academy' to create a
hen training programme. The tailored...
Liverpool Without Walls
brings culture back to the streets
ALMOST 50 cultural organisations and
freelance artists have been awarded money to bring art and performance to
Liverpool's City Centre streets. The next...
Neighbours from Litherland
transform their overgrown alleyway into an amazing community garden
IT all started during the
lockdown, when the residents of Rufford Road, Jenny and...
ALDI recruiting graduates in
the North West
ALDI, the UK's 5th largest supermarket, is providing a
welcome boost with the creation of 16 Area Manager roles across North West
England, Merseyside and North Wales for 2021. The discount...
It's a hat trick -
work starts on 3rd pop up cycle lane
WORK has started installing
Liverpool's 3rd pop up cycle lane, connecting the City Centre with Bootle. The...
Things are moving to
transform Southport Market into a unique food and drink venue
EXCITING plans to transform Southport Market into a
unique food and drink offer are set to be presented to Sefton Council's Formal
Bongo's Bingo Reveal
Liverpool Xmas Shows at Content
THEY. Are. Back! Yes that's
right; Jonny Bongo and the Bongo's Bingo team are incredibly happy to announce
something very special is...
New hospitality business
opens on Lord Street, Southport
WITH businesses all over the UK
closing, it takes guts to open any business in the current Covid19 climate, but
a new Coffee Shop has just opened on Lord Street, Southport, next to Costa
Coffee, within the former Cocoa House. The business has been set up by a
property developer, from Lester, who has seen long term potential, in the
Seaside Town. The Skylight's 1st customer was in fact the Mayor of Sefton,
who was served by a 16 year old, who has just got her very job at the venue!
Mindsmatter extends service
in wake of pandemic
MINDSMATTER, a talking therapy
service run by Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust for sufferers
of anxiety and depression has launched online. The IAPT (Increasing Access to
Psychological Therapies) service helps people 16 and over in...
New Liverpool Theatre
Festival To Take Place Outdoors In September
LIVERPOOL Theatre Producer Bill
Elms has created a 9 day outdoor live performance festival to support the City's
devastated Theatre scene in the wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Liverpool
Theatre. This has had a devastating impact on all careers linked...
Back to School as
½ of 11 to 18 year olds, in the North West, are
worried about the impact on their mental health
AS Schools, Colleges and universities get ready to
welcome back students, new data reveals 47% of 11 to 18 year olds in the North
West are worried that returning to...
Liverpool songwriter chosen
to re-launch John Lennon call for "Kindness and peace" with new Covid-Era
A new John Lennon sounding song
written by the leader of the house band of Liverpool's Cavern Club has been
chosen as the anthem to lead a drive by an international charity to re-awaken
for the Covid-era the call for peace and compassion made by the former Beatle in
Small firms call for
"most pro-business Budget ever" as UK suffers worst recession on record
THE Federation of Small
Businesses is calling for the "most pro-business, pro-self-employed Budget
ever" this autumn to protect and drive the growth of struggling small
firms hit by the Coronavirus Pandemic and Brexit
Great British Artists
Support Children's Literacy Charity, School Readers
FOR School readers competition,
inviting members of the public to submit photographs of any arts or crafts that
they have created during lockdown. The nation's favourite potter, Emma
Bridgewater, leading artist Hugo Guinness, landscape photographer and artist
Harry Cory Wright and textile artist Sarah Foot are the on the panel of judges
and are each donating fantastic prizes to the winners.
School readers asks that if able, entrants make...
Search is on to find top UK
Veterinary Nurse of 2020
BLUE Cross has begun its annual
search for the UK's 'Veterinary Nurse of the year' and is calling
on pet owners and Veterinary practices to put forward Vet Nurses who have gone
the extra mile in 2020. The charity's award recognises the dedication of the
country's Vet Nurses and their invaluable support to their Veterinary teams, the
nation's pets and pet owners. The award is given to a Vet Nurse who not only
cares for sick and injured pets, but also encourages responsible pet...
1 in 4 parent and child
parking spaces are misused, investigation reveals
DRIVERS across the UK are wrongly
taking advantage of parent and child parking spaces, leaving mums and dads
battling to find spaces with young children in tow. That's according to an
investigation by Confused.com, which saw 1 in four parent and child parking
spaces across the UK being misused. Researchers monitored dedicated spaces in
supermarkets to find a shocking number of people taking advantage of the...
New RSPCA poll reveals 74%
of people in the North West want Government to ban imports of lower welfare farm
PEOPLE in the North West urged to
sign RSPCA petition pressing Government to make good its promise to protect UK
farm animal welfare as poll reveals 74% there want lower standard imports
banned. The RSPCA is exposing the realities of American farm animal welfare in a
new video from the US as the UK Government drags its feet on legal protection
for welfare standards here despite the...
Sefton launches new schemes
to support the Hospitality Sector
Council has been given additional funding to support the safe reopening of its
high streets and other commercial areas to help support the Hospitality sector.
The funding will help support the Sefton business community, with measures that
enable safe trading in public places. As part of this project, Sefton Council is
looking to extend the pavement areas outside local businesses, especially where
the pavement area is limited. By using the parking bays...