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St Luke's Church Formby New
ST Luke's Church, Formby, is to
hold the Service of Collation, Induction and Installation of its new vicar, Rev
Dr Matt Davis, at the Church, in St Luke's Church Road, Formby, on Tuesday, 22
September 2020, at 7.30pm. The service will be conducted by the Bishop pf
Warrington, Rt Rev Beverley Mason, and will take place under strict Covid
guidelines. Unfortunately, due to current Covid restrictions only a limited
number of invited guests will be allowed to attend. However, there will be a
live stream on...
Breaking! Santa has been spotted around Liverpool...
SANTA has been spotted around
Liverpool, with just under 100 sleeps until Christmas and not an elf in sight,
but he's not his usual busy self. He was sleeping!
Breaking! Santa has been spotted around Liverpool...
LOCAL home care company, Home
Instead Senior Care Southport and Formby, has been rewarding its caregivers who
have been caring for...
reopens soft plays with safety measures in place
FOLLOWING updated guidance from
the UK Government that soft plays may reopen in England, the UK's leading...
Over ₤27,000 raised
for young adult carers support project in Wigan
WIGAN and Leigh Young Carers have
received ₤27,578 in funding from People's Health Trust with money raised by the
Health Lottery North...
Disabled Man Completes Double Challenge for Charity
PETE Linnett, 3x World's
Strongest Disabled Man, successfully completed a 100...
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supporting NSPCC with new penguin onesies...
AS the nights draw in and colder
weather approaches, you can enjoy the warmth of a very special onesie as well as
the glow of helping children...
Creative and digital
sectors 'on growth path' in Liverpool
THE creative and digital sectors
of the Liverpool economy have the capability to grow further and diverse...
Hundreds step up to help
smaller employers 'KickStart' Britain's recovery
HUNDREDS of organisations are
stepping up to help Britain build back better by supporting smaller employers to
give youth a chance and take advantage of the Government's landmark:- 'KickStart
Scheme.' More than 500 bodies have signed up to serve as gateways on the
₤2bn programme, providing assistance to employers offering fewer than 30
vacancies under the scheme. Participants will help firms with their applications
and deliver the support each young person...
Story of Toxteth
community written into heart of beautiful boulevard revamp
THE role of a slavery defending
Liverpool MP has been acknowledged in the heart of the Toxteth community; almost
40 years after his statue was removed following the infamous riots. The new
inscription at the plinth for William Huskisson, who gained notoriety as the
world's 1st train fatality, in 1830, when...
Strawberry Field says
thank you to NHS and key workers with dedicate a stone at Strawberry Lane for
AS we all continue to battle this
pandemic, there have been many ways in which we, as a country, have shown our
appreciation to those working on the frontline. The team at Strawberry Field
have chosen to show their gratitude to the...
Apply now to be an
NHS Innovation Fellow
INNOVATORS with projects which improve
health and wellbeing can apply to join the next cohort of NHS Innovation
Fellows. The call for applications from the NHS Innovation Accelerator is
looking for solutions which address 1 of 3 themes:- NHS response to Covid19,
Mental health and Supporting the workforce.
The Accelerator is...
"Hollywood of the
North" - Liverpool submits plans for 1st pop up film studios
LIVERPOOL City Council has submitted a planning
application to create the City's 1st purpose built film and high end TV stages /
film studios at the historic Littlewoods building. The City Council proposes to
build 2, 20,000 sq ft studios, located on land adjacent to the famous building,
as part of a strategy
Get creative on coverings
Photo by Matt Thomas
A brand new competition has been launched to bring a
bit of creative flair to the latest fashion trend; face coverings! The ongoing
health pandemic has meant that everyone (unless medically exempt) should wear a
face covering when they're out and about to keep themselves, and those around
them safe; especially if social distancing isn't
Jobseekers take note!
Dobbies in Southport are searching for Santa...
THE hunt is on for Santa to work
in Dobbies Liverpool and Southport stores this Christmas. In partnership with
Great Grottos, the magical experience is one of the most anticipated events in
the Dobbies' Christmas calendar, and suitable candidates are being called on to
fill Santa's boots. Applicants aged 28 years and over are invited for the role
of Father Christmas, with a full training programme provided for those who are
successful. This is a highly rewarding and enjoyable role guaranteed to get
Merseyside employer fears
skills drain for young people in live events industry after latest ONS figures
AS the Government starts to wind
down its furlough programme, the harsh realities are starting to hit home for
young people in Merseyside, as the Office of National Statistics
has revealed that they are currently 1 of the hardest hit groups. The live
events industry that employs thousands of young people to pack out summer time
event bars, light, rig and install stage equipment is without Government funding
to support the UK's fastest growing sector pre-COVID. Andy Dockerty, a...
North West of England will receive ₤29.5 million across four Trusts to reduce overcrowding and improve infection control ahead of winter
THE North West will receive ₤29.5
million to expand and upgrade A&Es at four Trusts, ensuring they have the
physical space to treat patients, manage patient flow and improve infection
control, the Health Secretary Matt Hancock recently announced.
This is in addition to the ₤300 million announced recently for 117 Trusts to
upgrade their facilities, meaning the Government has now invested ₤450 million
to upgrade A&Es..
New Boost for Liverpool City
Region's ₤2.9 billion Community and Social Sector
A new expert advisory panel of
leaders from community and socially trading organisations across the Liverpool
City Region was launched on Wednesday, 16th September 2020. The Social and
Solidarity Economy Reference Panel will advise Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram and
Combined Authority policymakers on how to maximise the contribution of the
burgeoning social sector as the City Region economy recovers from the effects of
Covid19. The sector supports 50,000 jobs locally and..
Book your place on Knowsley
Safari Parks last Academy weekend for 2020
KNOWSLEY Safari are running new
series of weekend Academy courses for teenagers keen to pursue careers as vets,
zoologists, animal keepers or conservationists. The 1st took place in September
and the last for this year will be held in October, the Knowsley Academy
weekends are designed for 15 to 18 year olds and include a host of theory and
practical sessions all about animal care, behaviour, anatomy and diet. The
courses will be hosted on Knowsley's Foot Safari in small groups..
NHS workers in the North West
of England call on Government to show its appreciation for them, says UNISON
HEALTH staff across the North
West of England; including:- Nurses, Paramedics, Cleaners, Domestics and
Porters, begin 2 days of campaigning on Thursday, 17 September 2020, urging the
Government to give an early, significant pay rise of at least ₤2,000 to every
worker in the NHS. Staff in UNISON branches based in NHS Hospitals, Ambulance
Stations and Clinics used social media and taking part in socially distanced
events to press home the message that health workers deserve much more..
Sefton staff verbally
abused while combating fly tipping issue
INCONSIDERATE residents in the
Smollet Street area of Bootle have dumped piles of rubbish in back alleyways,
just hours before Officers from Sefton Council were verbally abused for raising
the issue of rubbish responsibilities. Both the Local Authority's Cleansing and
Environmental Enforcement Officers, as well as colleagues from Neighbourhoods,
attended a rear gated alleyway in Smollet Street, Bootle on Monday, 14 September
2020, following complaints over alleged fly tipping. The Officers attended..