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10 Steps To DIY
Success and The Tools You'll need
AS Covid19 rumbles on, home
improvements are high on the nation's agenda for the year ahead. In fact, a
survey by trade and DIY supplier, SGS Engineering reveals that 79% of homeowners
have at least 1 property improvement project on their:- 'to do'
list for the year ahead. Manchester is the DIY capital, with 88% stating
their intentions to tackle home improvements this year. London (87%), Glasgow
(86%), Bristol (81%), and Nottingham (79%) made up the top 5. Top rooms...
Work begins on repairing
Southport's historic Hesketh Park conservatory with ₤22,000 grant from the
Culture Recovery Fund
REPAIR work is now underway at
Hesketh Park's historic Conservatory after Sefton...
Public Consultation launched
on Sefton Council's Gambling Licensing Policy
AS part of Sefton Council's
licensing duties, it is seeking the views of residents across the Borough on how
it implements gambling laws at businesses such as betting shops. A Public
Consultation will run from Monday, 8...
Londoners has been revealed
as the worst drivers on the road!
ACCORDING to a new survey by
Rooster Insurance, England's Capital is home to the greatest number of drivers
with poor or dangerous driving habits. 34% Londoners surveyed confess to having...
Morrisons to give away
60,000 FREE pizza making kits to families in need this ½ term
MORRISONS is giving away 60,000
pizza making kits across the UK this ½ Term to help fight holiday hunger...
Freemasons invited to
volunteer for vaccination drive
THE Freemasons are encouraging
its 200,000 members to roll up their sleeves and volunteer to help vaccinate the
Help protect the coast from pollution incidents
KEEP Britain Tidy project:-
'LOVEmyBEACH' is calling on all regular beach users to help identify and
report signs of...
Apprenticeship Week:- "Helping our young people and building the country's
AS National Apprenticeship Week
gets underway, Stagecoach has released an...
want to leave Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital
5 specialist Nurses who clocked
up a total of 189 years before retiring have returned to work at Liverpool Heart
and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as they love it so much...
New Estate Director at
LIVERPOOL 1 has appointed a new
Estate Director, Iain Finlayson. Iain, an internal appointment, who previously
held the position of Business Performance Director, takes his position
immediately. The appointment comes as the retail and leisure destination puts a
new strategic plan into place as it faces 1 of the most challenging times in its
history. The plan is designed to ensure Liverpool 1 can build a new decade of
success as the country emerges from the Coronavirus Pandemic. Iain has worked at
Liverpool 1 for 5 years and has a wealth of experience in the retail sector,
previously holding positions at Ikea and Blackwell's Bookshop.
Group raise cash staying
awake for a full 24 hours while slaying dragons!
A group of intrepid adventurers have taken up the call
to raise money for the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre by staying awake for a full
24 hours while slaying dragons and rescuing...
after kitten with broken skull is dumped in tied up carrier bag
THE RSPCA are appealing for information after a
terrified kitten was found dumped in...
Plans to create
"a boulevard of light" along the historic Lord Street in Southport is
now past the halfway stage
THE whole of 1 side of the tree lined town centre
boulevard, which is home to scores of...
wilt Marie Curie's Great Daffodil Appeal as charity urges supporters in
Lancashire and Merseyside to step into spring to help
END of life charity, Marie Curie,
is calling on people across Lancashire and...
Food Bank partnership to help even more pet owners in need
THE RSPCA has expanded its Food
Bank partnership to cover nearly the whole of Lancashire as well as new plans to
include parts of:- Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Merseyside. In November
(2020) Deputy Chief Inspector Alison Fletcher, who works in Lancashire, decided
to link up with Food Banks in the area to provide them with pet food for owners
Funding boost for North West Councils
LOCAL Government Secretary Robert
Jenrick has confirmed on Wednesday, 10 February 2021 that Councils within the
North West will receive ₤6.8 billion in 2022, as part of the Local Government
Finance Settlement for 2021/22. This represents a boost of ₤296 million
from 2020/21 including an increase of ₤59 million in Social Care Grant to help
support vulnerable adults...
Steve Rotheram Launches the
Liverpool City Region's 1st Fair Employment Charter
METRO Mayor Steve Rotheram
launched the Liverpool City Region's 1st Fair Employment Charter, on an online
event, that was held on Tuesday, 9 February, 2021. Steve Rotheram urged all
employers across the City Region to sign up as fair employers, who pay staff the
Real Living Wage and offer more avenues to...
Police figures reveal rise
in online child sex crimes in 1st 6 months of lockdown compared with 2020
THE number of online sex crimes
against children recorded by Police in the 6 months from the start of the 1st
national lockdown increased by 17% on the previous year. NSPCC analysis of the
latest Home Office offence data, released this week, reveals there were 17,699
online child sex...
New NHS campaign urges
people in Merseyside to talk to family and 'Leave them Certain' about
THE NHS is launching a new
campaign to urge families in Merseyside to talk about organ donation following
research that less than ½ of adults in England have had the conversation. The
Leave Them Certain campaign aims to highlight the impact not knowing has on the
The Lancashire and South
Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust celebrate National Apprenticeship Week 2021
LANCASHIRE and South Cumbria NHS
Foundation Trust celebrate National Apprenticeship Week to highlight the
Sefton lauded yet again for
SEFTON Council have been praised
by the Government for ensuring enough homes are being provided to meet local
needs. 2021 is the 2nd year in succession the Local Authority have been
recognised by central Government for passing the national Housing Delivery test.
In 2020 741 homes were built and completed for suitable housing thanks in no
small part to...
North West families needed
for Loughborough University study
RESEARCHERS at Loughborough
University are undertaking research on private tuition. They would like to speak
to Black and mixed race families in the North West via telephone or on Zoom about
their experiences of using private tuition. Each parent and child who takes part
receives a ₤25 gift voucher. Any information you...