Wirral 100 Club
ON Saturday, 28 April 2012, Oulton Park was
the place to be for some superb motorcycle racing. The track played
host to a huge variety of machinery from Powerbikes, Formula 600,
225 and 250cc for fans of motorcycle racing to look at. Taking place
where rounds of the British Formula 2 Sidecar Championship and the
the Classic Races of the North. The Wirral
100 meeting, offered the
days side car action that included Scarisbrick based, rider Tony
Cunliffe and passenger Martin Cunliffe... Also taking part on the
track was a rider from Southport, John Foy, on his Ariel Arrow. All
three where snapped for us via photojournalist Craig Boon from
Octane Photographic Ltd.
Will Bob the
Builder Fixes It... in Knowsley?
TV children's favourite Bob the Builder and
friends will arrive at Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park as part of
Bob's brand new interactive tour, Bob the Builder – LIVE!
Brought to Knowsley by Premier Stage, in association with HIT
Entertainment, Bob the Builder – LIVE! takes to the stage with two
fun-filled performances on Sunday, 6 May at 1.30pm and 4.30pm and is
the ideal show that the whole family can enjoy. Tickets costs are as
follows:- Adult tickets will be £12 and childrens tickest will be
£9. Concession price is also £9 per ticket and are for under 16 and
over 60 year olds. Family Ticket are just £35!
Since 2009 Bob has become a household name in homes across the UK
keeping millions of children glued to television screens whilst
teaching young viewers the importance of cooperation, teamwork and
above all else, friendship. No stranger to touring, Keith Chapman's
BAFTA Award winning creation is taking to the road once again to
embark on a brand new national tour.
Join Bob and favourites Scoop, Muck, Dizzy, Rolly and Wendy as they
work together to build the set and stage for the grand opening of
Fixham Theatre's fantastic new show, directed by the world famous,
one and only, Dickie Oliver! However, when mischievous scarecrow,
Spud, decides he wants to be the star of the show things start to go
downhill for the gang!
Will the theatre be ready? Will the show go on? This task is set to
be Bob's biggest challenge yet and this time he needs your help to
Featuring songs all children know and love, including the massive UK
Christmas number one single Can We Fix It?, this fun-packed show
also includes three exclusive songs you can only hear live on stage.
Your children's favourite characters come to life on stage in front
of their eyes, making this fully interactive show a hit for the
How to book; Book in person at:- Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park,
Longview Drive, Huyton, Liverpool, L36 6EG or call:- 0844 561 0622.
online. No Booking Fees will be
taken via this website.
The venue has bar facilities and café serving hot and cold food.
Free Car Parking available on site.
Watts puts pen to paper on new
WIDNES Vikings are delighted to announce that
Anthony Watts has put pen to paper on a new 1 year deal which will
see him remain at the club until the end of the 2013 season.
Recognised as an outstanding player in both attack and defence,
Anthony also brings a tremendous utility value to proceedings given
his ability to compete at scrum half, stand-off or at hooker.
Already contracted until the end of 2012, Watts was unfortunate
enough to tear his right anterior cruciate ligament 10 minutes into
his Stobart Super League debut for the Vikings during the clubs Rd.
3 defeat to Salford City Reds back in February 2012.
Despite the setback and the prospect of spending the
following 6 months on the sidelines, Watts' loyalty to the Vikings
cause has been first class as Director of Rugby Paul Cullen
commented:- "Anthony's dedication to recover from injury and
his conduct both around the club and the local community have been
exemplary. His commitment to perform to the very best of his
abilities and his desire to play for Widnes Vikings are as
significant as his potential to be a star in 2013."
Prior to signing for the Vikings ahead of the 2012
Stobart Super League season, Watts made his NRL debut with Cronulla
Sharks in 2007, before moving to North Queensland Cowboys where he
spent the following three seasons ahead of a move to Sydney Roosters
for the 2011 campaign. "I'm really happy to remain at the
Vikings. Despite only being here for six months or so, I've fallen
in love with the club and its passionate supporters. I genuinely
believe that Widnes Vikings will be a huge force within the next few
years and I want to be a part of that. This is the happiest I have
been in a long time and I'm keen to repay the faith shown in me.
Next year can't come quick enough!" Watts added.