Missing From Home - 14 year old - ALLAN KELLY
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of 14
year old, Allan Kelly who has been missing from his home in Finch
Lane, Knotty Ash since Monday, 18 May 2009.
Allan was last seen at his school in Woolton at around 3.30pm by
friends and has not been seen since.
Allan is described as white, 5ft 2" tall, slim build with short
ginger hair. He has blue eyes and freckles. He was last seen wearing
his Lower Lane school uniform of black trousers, a white polo shirt,
blue jumper and a red fleece, all with the school logo of trees and
a yellow circle on the left hand side.
Allan is known to frequent to Walton area of Liverpool.
Merseyside Police would urge Allan, anyone who knows of his
whereabouts or who may have seen him since 18 May 2009 is asked to
contact police on:- 0151 777 5330 or Crimestoppers on:- 0800 555
Free long-term parking at hospitals
introduction of the new car parking system at both Southport and
Ormskirk hospitals a number of unforeseen issues have a risen which
we have either resolved or are in the process of resolving.
However, one issue that has been raised is the cost for anyone who
has to attend the hospital several times a week over a prolonged
period of time. Although we offer a weekly parking permit for £10
(plus a £5 deposit) which can offer considerable savings, this can
still be expensive over a long time.
In view of this we have decided that if someone has purchased a
weekly permit for four consecutive weeks and still needs one, they
can renew it free of charge for a further four week period, and for
periods of four weeks subsequently if necessary. The passes can be
renewed either at the General Offices or by phoning 01704 704831
during office hours.
Timmy’s coming to Town...
ON Sunday, 19
July 2009, at Riversdale Police Club, in Aigburth, Liverpool,
Children Today is bringing you a version of that hugely popular
classic television show “It’s a Knockout”, hosted by
the “utterly brilliant” Timmy Mallett.
Timmy is looking for teams of volunteers to join in the fun with
him. So if you are game for a laugh and don’t mind getting soaking
wet and covered in foam, why not take up the challenge?
This event is for teams of up to 10 people with a minimum
sponsorship of £1000 per team. The money raised will help Children
Today provide specialised equipment for children and young people
with disabilities in the local area.
Local fundraiser Elizabeth Oakes commented:- “We believe the
provision of these pieces of equipment has a direct and immediate
impact on their quality of life and independence and is vital in
helping them to overcome obstacles to live a life of greater
So if you fancy joining Timmy, give Children Today a call today.
Please contact Ceri on:- 01244 335622 or you can also
email them for further details.
TOTAL POLICING OPERATION RESULTS - OFFENDERS BROUGHT TO JUSTICE
Police's Total War on Crime has seen the force arrest 284 people and
seize 30 vehicles in its latest operation. Officers were out
in force on Friday, 22 May 2009 across the region to crackdown on
burglary and robbery. The forcewide operation has involved over 700
officers over the ten hours. They have targeted key nominals for
acquisitive crime and named offenders. Officers also executed a
number of search warrants obtained on the basis of community
To achieve these results, the operation mobilised resources from
across the Force. Officers made use of all available technology
including Automatic Number Plate Recognition, safety arches and
metal detecting gloves.
During the operation a 36 year old man was arrested whilst in the
act of committing a burglary on Wirral. Eric Chesters, 36, of Old
Chester Road, Birkenhead, was charged with three counts of burglary
and remains in custody.
Assistant Chief Constable Colin Matthews:- "We are delighted
with the results of this operation. The work we have carried out
reinforces our commitment to our Total Policing approach. Merseyside
Police has arrested more that 6,400 people sincethe start of the
Total Policing Operations in July 2006. Through targeted policing
raids and operations, we aim to build on these successes in the
On two out of every
28 days, the whole Merseyside Police Force focuses on a particular
theme, employing tactics that work best when the force carries them
out at the same time across Merseyside. These operations began
in July 2006 and have targeted:- Drug related crime; Vehicle crime;
Named offenders; People wanted on warrant; Anti-social behaviour;
Acquisitive crime; Breaches in licensing regulations; Crime in or
against the transport network; Rogue security companies.
Romans walking with giants this weekend
TWO city icons
are coming together across the centuries as part of the roman
festival of Minerva. The free festival will take place on Sunday, 31
May 2009 from 11am to 5pm, with a whole day of events taking place
at Minerva’s Shrine in Edgar’s Field, Handbridge just over the Old
Dee Bridge. As well as a Military and Giant parade through Chester
starting at the cross at noon there will be a dedication to
Minerva’s Shrine, the only one in the UK, at 1pm. Chester’s
Giants are getting ready for the summer by taking part in the unique
festival in celebration of the Roman Goddess Minerva. Minerva was
the goddess of the River Dee. She is also said to be the goddess of
arts and crafts. The festival promises to be a fun action
packed day out, with a great deal to entertain both adults and
children alike with a military parade, Ya Raqs dancers, ancient
crafts, and a unique chance to meet Minerva’s owl. As well as the
main festival, there will be family activities taking place
throughout the day at Grovesnor museum. Kristine Szulik from
ChestertheGiantCity said:- “BiG Storage and
ChestertheGiantCity are working together to encourage community
groups to build giants; to get involved in Chester’s heritage and
culture; and to take part in our own BiG Giant Parade on 20 June &
21 June 2009. One of the groups taking part in our parade,
some young people from the Blacon Adventure Playground, decided to
create a Minerva Giant so we thought it would be a good idea to
bring Minerva and a few of her Giant Friends along to the dedication
of the shrine. One of the great things about creating a giant is to
get involved in community activities, and when the giants are not in
use they are stored at BiG Storage, on Sealand Road, ready for next
time. Anyone can build a giant and you can either build a
traditional 14’ giant or a Giant-Littler, a smaller version.”
More information on the Minerva Festival celebrations from:-