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Publication date:- 2017-01-27

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Liverpool Teacher awarded for Outstanding Achievements

A local teacher for her outstanding contributions to Ormiston Chadwick Academy in Widnes last term has been recognised by Hays Education, the leading recruiting experts for her:- "Outstanding achievements in Teaching." Anita Stephens was awarded the 'Outstanding Teacher of the Term' award in recognition of her work as a hugely dedicated teacher. During her time at Ormiston Chadwick Academy, Anita built up excellent relationships with staff and students delivering insightful lessons across the Business Studies department. Upon receiving the award, Anita said:- "I'm delighted with the award and the Academy is a fantastic place to teach."

Kathryn Evans, Deputy Head teacher at Ormiston Chadwick Academy, said:- "Anita has been an outstanding teacher and has made a real difference to the School. She has gone above and beyond the call of duty and has contributed immensely to the department."

Graeme Lovelady, Business Director at Hays Education said:- "We are pleased to be able to recognise the vital role that our excellent supply teachers play in schools across Halton. Teachers like Anita show how much of an impact supply teachers can have on a school and its pupils, we extend our congratulations to Anita on her award."

Hays Education has been running the awards for several years, recognising the continued hard work and dedication of temp teachers. For further information on local recruitment opportunities please visit:- Hays.Co.UK.

Ryanair new Milan Malpensa route has been launch

LIVERPOOL John Lennon Airport (LJLA) is celebrating its 1st new route announcement, that Ryanair will be adding flights from Liverpool to Milan Malpensa, at the start of their Winter 2017/18 flying programme. Flights are due to commence in October 2017 and will operate 3 times weekly as part of Ryanair's Winter 2017/18 schedule which will go on sale soon.

Paul Winfield, LJLA's Director of Air Service Development commented:- "It's great to be able to celebrate our 1st new route announcement of the year so early into 2017 and for another airport in Italy! We expect this flight to Milan Malpensa to prove popular with the region's travellers looking to travel to this part of Italy and also look forward to welcoming visitors to the Liverpool City Region from Italy on this service too."

Ryanair's Robin Kiely said:- "Ryanair is pleased to announce a new route from Liverpool to Milan Malpensa, with a 3 times, weekly service, starting in October, as part of our Liverpool winter 2017 service, which will be launched soon. Liverpool customers and visitors can look forward to even lower fares when they make advance bookings for their summer or winter holidays, so there's never been a better time to book low fare flight to or from Liverpool."

Tower Road closed this weekend for emergency bridge repairs

EMERGENCY repair works to the 'A' Bridge on the A554 Tower Road between Birkenhead and Wallasey means the route will be closed to traffic. The road will be closed between the 12 Quays Ferry Terminal and the Dock Road/Birkenhead Road Junction, on the Wallasey side of the bridge, from 8am, Saturday, 28 January 2017. It will reopen from around 6pm, on 29 Sunday 2017.  The usual diversion route; via Rendel Street, Cleveland Street, Duke Street, Dock Road and vice versa; will be in place and will be clearly signed using temporary traffic signs and the electronic variable messaging system.  Pedestrian access will be maintained across the bridge at all times while the works take place, as will access to the Ferry Terminal, from the Birkenhead side of Tower Road. The work is to repair the nosing plate, which links the bridge deck to the quayside. If allowed to deteriorate further, it could completely fail in the near future which would result in a much larger repair and a longer period of closure.  The decision to carry this work out this weekend is to minimise the disruption to those travelling to and from work or education, particularly given the works that are already taking place on the local rail network. The Council has recently confirmed that work will start in March to replace the 'A' Bridge and the 'C' Bridge permanently to address long standing maintenance issues with these outdated structures.

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